An Ingenious Portable Sawmill Lets One Person Turn Trees Into Lumber -Is it responsible engineering?

The video is long, but it's extremely entertaining to watch how every detail of this baby was designed to allow a single human to handle giant trees. It's like the Swiss army knife of sawmills. It costs $2,999, but hey—that's a small price to pay for the smug satisfaction of being able to turn trees into lumber all on your own.

Ingenious, yes. Responsible? Maybe not.

My heart warms to the engineering but turns cold at the potential for Global Warming.

An Ingenious Portable Sawmill Lets One Person Turn Trees Into Lumber


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