To fell trees precisely and securely, you need to realize how to do a drag cut, in some cases known as a dive cut. On trees with forward lean, the customary rush to the pivot back cut will at some point or another outcome in a dangerous barber chair, in which the tree parts at the base, kicking in reverse and falling in an uncontrolled way. On trees inclining in reverse or in other unfortunate ways, a drag slice permits you to utilize wedges to control the course of its fall. At the point when you make a drag cut, a lash of wood at the rear of the tree holds it securely and safely, permitting you all the time you require to make the pivot precisely the manner in which you need it. Individuals are frequently hesitant to utilize the drag cut since they think it prompts payoff. Your saw won’t pay off on the off chance that you lead with the lower part of the bar tip, rather than the top. Practice a couple, and you will get settled with it.
Whenever you fell a tree, leave a stump 2 to 3 feet high on which to rehearse bore cuts. Hold the saw to make an even cut, and utilize your thumb on the choke, rather than your pointer. It is more agreeable for flat cuts. Envision where you would need your pivot to be. Hold the saw so the bar is opposite to the rear of the pivot, and start to cut into the stump utilizing the base portion of the tip. At the point when the bar tip is completely covered by wood, turn the saw with the tip as the rotate until the saw is corresponding to the rear of your pivot. Make the drag cut well back of the pivot until you have carved right through the tree. At that point deliberately cut towards the pivot until it is the right size; the pivot length should be around 80% of the tree’s width at bosom stature D.B.H., the pivot thickness should be around 10% of the tree’s D.B.H. At the point when you are content with the pivot, cut in the other course, away from the pivot, leaving a tie of wood at the back that will hold the tree securely on its stump. Slicing through the tie from the outside is brisk and simple. You can be securely away from the tree when it falls.
As pivotal as an unmistakable break course may be, there are different things we can do to shield ourselves from barber chair risks. At barber chair tree, the utilization of a rope in the tree is required while felling entire trees. Rather than gagging the rope into the overhang with a running anchor, you can run one finish of the rope through the shade and down the rear of the tree to the base. Tie the rope off around the storage compartment over the cut, and not exclusively will you have a force rope introduced, you will likewise have the rope tied around the storage compartment to keep it from parting, like the manner in which we utilized the fastener lashes in the model above. This strategy for mooring the force rope has an additional advantage that the saw administrator can undoubtedly unfasten the rope once the tree has been felled, which implies that no one needs to move into the wrecked overhang of the tree to recover it.