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It's something I've been wanting to do for a while now, and since joining this site back in the spring I've been surprised at the demand that's out there for it, not to mention the price it commands. Being as it's no longer in print, and since new copies are next to impossible to find since only something like 20, were printed to begin with, I don't think I'm doing any harm by copying the book into PDF form.
I started out tonight and managed to do up the first 3 chapters in about 3 hours. Most of that was spent rotating and cropping the images, and then finding my copy of Acrobat and figuring out how to use it all over again. It's been a while. I only had Acrobat 6, but I'm going to grab a copy of 8 so that I can run text recognition and index it so it's searchable too.
The file I posted came in at about 5. I will be keeping full-resolution master copies if anyone ever wants one, but I will also keep playing with settings to get the regular filesize down as much as possible.
Also on that note, I only have 10MB of webspace where I put it for now, and I don't really have anything anywhere else. I'll post additional chapters as I get them done, and once the whole book is done including covers etc. I will create a single master file and put it up on BitTorrent and Rapidshare. I'm glad, this is turning out to be not nearly as difficult as I thought it would, though still quite time consuming. I'll post when it's fixed. Last edited: Nov 24, Joined Mar 24, Messages 1, Location Ky.
Thank you!!!! Alot of great info in there BobL No longer addicted to AS. Fantastic - I rep ya but I'm all out. Joined Sep 23, Messages Age 52 Location upstate ny. I'm looking forward to the rest of the book. It's still copywrited material. You would need the author's or publisher's permission to do this. The book has not fallen into "public domain". Thanks thats alwful generous of you spending that kind of time on a project like that it will be greatly appreciated by all!
OcoeeG ArboristSite Lurker. Joined Nov 11, Messages 30 Location Chattanooga. BrMorgan your the man!!!! Joined Feb 18, Messages Location Mi. Great post! This will be so helpful to alot of people here. And since it's out of print,that makes it even better.
AndyR ArboristSite Operative. Yeah, be careful. Out of print does not mean its public domain. Most likely they'll tell you to quit it Is it 50 years that a publication must be out of print to become public domain? Last I heard he was trying to get it reprinted Thanks I had been looking for a copy of this book.
Nov 24, I have up to chapter 7 completed now. I further optimized the settings so that everything up to ch. Unfortunately if I run character recognition to make it searchable, the file comes in at 92MB!! That doesn't seem reasonable and I think there must be a way to reduce it. I noticed I had missed a couple pages from chapter 2 so they're in now, and the odd size problem with the last page in chapter 3 should be OK too.
Chainsaw Lumbermaking Chapters Also, for the record, if the publisher or author sends me a takedown notice, I have no problem complying with that. I'm not looking to benefit in any way doing this, just to give some folks access to something they might otherwise never get to look at.
I've seen other books posted on here in the past, so I dunno. Looks good Thanks for the update! You're doing a fine job! Nov 25, Chapters This is where the rubber hits the road in this book. The quality is a bit reduced to keep the file size down a bit, but it's still perfectly readable. I think maybe there isn't a 10MB limit on my space any more though, because I'm over that now and it didn't gripe about it. If so I'll put the quality up a bit more so the pictures can be zoomed in on better.
Now it is starting to get into the good stuff. My wife uses this working at home all the time with large files that are too big for peoples mailboxes. Thanks Bruce! Thanks for sharing. I like the way Malloff modified the Alaskan mill such that the chain can be swapped in situ. That mod is on my "to do" list.
Not so much on the winch. OK, I guess, if you are milling at home, but I mill in the woods, hauling gear to the tree, so I'm not going to haul any more than the bare necessities. Nov 26, You must log in or register to reply here.
Once you're familiar with Will Malloff's method of chainsaw lumbermaking, you will be able to simply and economically turn trees into lumber on your own! Learn how to select the tree you want, fell it safely, and process it into a stack of great building or cabinet lumber. With detailed instructions and over photographs, Will Malloff tells you everything you need to know to turn a chainsaw into a lumbermill, including how to:. Matloff's method is the fruit of over 30 years of experience of felling trees and making lumber.
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"Chainsaw Lumbermaking" by Will Malloff PDF Project
Once you're familiar with Will Malloff's method of chainsaw lumbermaking, you'll be simply and economically turning trees into lumber on your own! Learn how to select the tree you want, fell it safely, and saw it into a fine pile of building or cabinet lumber. With detailed instructions and over photographs, Will Malloff tells you everything you need to know to turn a chainsaw into a lumbermill, including how to:. Malloff's method is the fruit of over 30 years' experience of felling trees and making lumber. He's logged everything from giant redwoods to desert mesquite and fulfilled his youthful ambition to fell timber in every major forest of North America. Drawing on this experience, he has invented several chainsaw mills, and perfected the easy, efficient method of chainsaw lumbermaking that he describes in this book.