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How to work with a chainsaw - Tutorial from Husqvarna

In this chainsaw tutorial you will see how to work with a chainsaw when it comes to felling, limbing, cross-cutting and safety. Different techniques are shown in a pedagogical way. So regardless of if you're a pro or an amateur it might be a good idea to check it out. There might always be something in your technique that you can perfect.
Chovats J : Coming from a person with a degree in forestry, this is one of the best chainsaw how-to videos I've seen. Informative and to the point. Good job!
Tamagoyaki : This introductory video is well structured and extremely informative. Thank you for putting the knowledge I will need to use my chainsaw and make it last long.
Scott L. Royal : 8.5 years later and this is still a great video. I would love to see what an updated version of this looks like.
Peter Cole : This was extremely helpful!! I will be watching this again and showing my son! We love all our Husqvarna equipment!!
morgan painter : Great video, even better saw.

I bought a saw years ago after asking the guy at a big shop which saw gave the fewest problems. He said, Husqvarna.
I think it was ten years ago. I used it hard, cut many of my own trees and for other people too. Several trees were so thick the blade barely reached all the way through. I cut them in 16 inch pieces for fire wood. When that saw began to lose compression I put it in the shed of "things to repair someday" and bought another Husqvarna. It too has been used hard but is holding up very well. Several people have noticed it is a faster running saw than others, so long as that chain is in good repair that saw cuts with a vengeance. There are saws for less money and some that cost more, but there is no better saw than a Husqvarna.

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eveRide : Fantastic video, and really really nice drone work!
Derek Hallman : Jaw dropping video as usual Husqvarna.
5thStageMedia : I've watched this at least 12 times in the last 2 months and will watch is atleast another 12 more. Ever frame is a perfect photo. Camera movement, composition, colour, action, fluidity of the edit...unreal!
thanos danellis : the promotion videos of husqvarna are perfect , so professional
Chris P : Not gonna lie, I was pretty much already sold on this bike by the research I did, but this video prompted me to buy one a lot sooner than planned. And I immediately found similar terrain like this video and beat the shit out of her like a 450 dirt bike. It more than passed the test. Then I rode wheelies home on 1st through 3rd gears like a savage! I love this bike so much, she is the only bike that gets covered with a blanket at night in my stable!!!

Husqvarna 572 XP chain sharpening and cutting! - #563

Maybe the most important thing in cutting logs is having a sharp chain. Come along with me as I cut from a pile and sharpen my Husqvarna's bar's chains in the process.
Kenny P : The chainsaw maintenance never gets old, always good to see a refresher from someone that knows what they're doing. BTW you have some of the best timelapses on youtube
Rick Kent : The captive bar nuts are great, the reason it's hard to get the cover off is the bar tensioner. If you turn the bar tensioner back one turn it should come off easier. It's easier to get it back on if you loosen it too.
Larry VanKirk : Good job Chris. I too have discovered Oregon EXL power cut chain. Turns average saws into good saws, turns good saws into chip throwing monsters. But not for a novice as it will kick you. I like the way it holds its edge and files cleanly. I don't let my teenage grandkids use it when they help (use husky safety chain for that). For those of you who admire Chris's skill, watch the cutting part again and forget the saw (we know that's going to be good), watch his footwork and posture instead. That balance is what makes him so much better than the rest of us.
TBone MC : You've got machinery now and I always used old hydraulic oil as bar oil. That was for cutting wood at least and when I was cutting poly pipe which was most of the time I didn't use any bar oil at all. Never wanted to contaminate the pipe with anything especially oil because I was fabricating and welding everything I cut. It's amazing how tough bars and chains are. Chains would eventually stretch past the saw adjustment and bars would suffer just because the pipe was hollow so most of the work they did was concentrated right at the dogs. I'd use the bars and then use them upside down and eventually give them a light grind to remove any burling and nicks.
There are different weights of hydraulic oil too and different machines would have different weights recommended but most of it was down to operating temperatures/ambient temperatures. Do they recommend the same weight oil in your tractor for all year or are you meant to change weights depending on the season?
In my mild climate there is an obvious difference in hydraulic oil between the seasons so who knows what effect there is on that and engine oils for you people living at the poles.
Dans house of smoke and outdoors. : Always nice to have a pile finished up. I like to do 30 thousand on my rakers. Seems to be the perfect balance. I do more but it no fun for Limb wood. Good video

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