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Which is the Strongest Tree? Hydraulic Press Test!

Which is the strongest tree of Finnish forest? We are going to use our 150 ton hydraulic press and 150 ton force sensor to find out!
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Do not try this at home!! or at any where else!!

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  1. Hydraulic Press Channel

    Hydraulic Press Channel

    17 dagen geleden

    If this does well we can try to find more different trees with same dimensions and do part 2 to get more trees tested. I don't have super varied tree selection on our own property but I think I can arrange couple trees if necessary from somewhere :D And here is link to my wife's channel nlcameras.infovideos

    • JordiCatala Catalunya

      JordiCatala Catalunya

      18 uur geleden

      olive wood would be nice if you can get your hands on it, a tree that takes literally centuries to grow big, It would be very hard since they are protected trees though

    • Jo Richard Gilbu

      Jo Richard Gilbu

      5 dagen geleden

      Dry and green wood acts very different, inconclusive result.

    • MP

      MP

      8 dagen geleden

      Not sure the technicalities of shipping from thenUS to Finland, but would love to try to get you some Ironwood from here in Arizona. It is deserving of its name. So dense it doesn't float and was the primary wood that shaft miners here preferred to use as beams as it could hold up an incredible amount of weight.

    • Flávio Augusto José

      Flávio Augusto José

      15 dagen geleden

      @Cricket England we're talking about wood and you're calling other people idiot. Ok, I'm done here, enjoy your bamboos how and where you want

    • Cricket England

      Cricket England

      15 dagen geleden

      @Flávio Augusto José if it ain’t strong why do they use it as scaffolding in Asia. ,It’s because has the tensile strength of steel idiot...

  2. Heiliger Grimm

    Heiliger Grimm

    39 minuten geleden

    Summadat sprucejuice...

    • Heiliger Grimm

      Heiliger Grimm

      36 minuten geleden

      Summadat birchslurp

    • Heiliger Grimm

      Heiliger Grimm

      37 minuten geleden

      Summadat pineslime

  3. Marcus Taber

    Marcus Taber

    2 uur geleden

    It is a Tree so of course it is trying to leave........

  4. Marcus Taber

    Marcus Taber

    2 uur geleden

    Don't show the Kashubians or Old Prussians this video.

  5. s ss

    s ss

    4 uur geleden

    His english improved a lot, he said "nevertheless".

  6. Bob Roberts

    Bob Roberts

    9 uur geleden

    Watching this right now in western Washington state next to my woodstove. Red alder is my favorite local firewood. It grows everywhere here and once it dries out it makes a decently hot fire with little smoke. It also splits easy, doesn't gum up your tools with pitch, and doesn't build up creosote in your chimney.

  7. Game Changers

    Game Changers

    11 uur geleden

    Did he choke when saying "welcome to hydraulic press channel"?

  8. Thumper 1968

    Thumper 1968

    11 uur geleden

    If you want to test a strong wood you need a nice piece of persimmon to test. This is what the best golf club heads were made of when they were made of wood.

  9. Augustine Miramontez

    Augustine Miramontez

    13 uur geleden

    Me at three am? Watching a video about three’s

  10. Augustine Miramontez

    Augustine Miramontez

    13 uur geleden

    Which is the strongest three?

  11. Allen Shepard

    Allen Shepard

    17 uur geleden

    Birch: 3 KM tall tree - great calculation. Sadly wind force break it down. Trees can already raise sap over eleven meters - higher than a vacuum can raise water. Water or sap pressure would be enormous. Sequoia trees have a special base to handle the pressure.

  12. garwood nichol

    garwood nichol

    19 uur geleden

    You two are AWESOME.

  13. James Mcalarney

    James Mcalarney

    19 uur geleden

    Live oak from USA and lignin vitae crush this

  14. Jari

    Jari

    Dag geleden

    I would guess finnish oak or a big chunk of juniper are the strongest - and different fruit trees are quite hard ( not the cultivated cherry tree )

  15. Rowdy Flyer1903

    Rowdy Flyer1903

    Dag geleden

    Interesting that Sitka Spruce, clear grained, is used for aircraft wing spars. Having said that, not much usage or the wood in compression. Most stresses would be bending or shear. Also a Jury Strut which is used to prevent premature bending, certain improves the compression performance especially in longer and thinner structures. Thank you this was quite enjoyable. One other note is that on sailboat mast, the rigging must be greater than 15° or the compression loads from the rigging will damage the mass. This is why sailboats have out Riggers on the mast to insure the rigging is greater than 15 degrees.

  16. Cl0ckcl0ck

    Cl0ckcl0ck

    Dag geleden

    Wine bottles! But get very good protection for that.

  17. Vojtěch Ptáček

    Vojtěch Ptáček

    Dag geleden

    Leppä is Lípa in Czech. Our languages are not related but this is an interesting similarity.

  18. Alpha Tester

    Alpha Tester

    Dag geleden

    Next time use Old German Oak :-) This will destroy your press =D

  19. Alex Burns

    Alex Burns

    Dag geleden

    Wish we knew the different type of wood at the beginning so we could guess and follow along!

  20. Dan Hard

    Dan Hard

    Dag geleden

    you dont have any maple or ash?

  21. Subhi S Hashwa

    Subhi S Hashwa

    Dag geleden

    Next step is to make tree juice and see which one tastes the worst

  22. Spaceman Spliff

    Spaceman Spliff

    Dag geleden

    You gotta cut them smaller to where they aren't crooked at all. Cause the crooked trees bend and don't register correctly.

  23. Josh Rogers

    Josh Rogers

    2 dagen geleden

    Should have wood withoit knots in it the knot makes it way harder to split when splitting firewood sonim assumen it would makenit harder to squish

  24. Not That Guy

    Not That Guy

    2 dagen geleden

    Realy sooprising indeed.

  25. STONEDay

    STONEDay

    2 dagen geleden

    I been searching for the strongest trees forever.

  26. watermelons

    watermelons

    2 dagen geleden

    If soft wood can get to almost 60000 lbs I wonder what hickory or oak would do

  27. ßå Råå

    ßå Råå

    2 dagen geleden

    Yksi, Kaksi, Kuusi?

  28. ßå Råå

    ßå Råå

    2 dagen geleden

    The smell must be wonderful. So much well smelling sap and water coming out.

  29. Cmon Meow

    Cmon Meow

    2 dagen geleden

    Would like to send you red/white/post oak, would be nice if the wood were seasoned, as it becomes very hard to cut, and holes have to be pre-drilled.

  30. usp211816

    usp211816

    2 dagen geleden

    cant get blood from stone, nope, but I can get water out of a tree.

  31. Le Royal Reaper

    Le Royal Reaper

    2 dagen geleden

    For some reason I have a strong urge to drink that tree water.

  32. MeWrecks

    MeWrecks

    2 dagen geleden

    Would like to see Australian hard wood in the press

  33. Richard Kuberski

    Richard Kuberski

    2 dagen geleden

    Years ago I worked briefly in a materials testing lab for the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. We had a press to calculate the strength of concrete by breaking standard size samples prepared just for the machine. One day we put in a piece of dry red oak, 12" long and it failed by folding over the wood grain, but the failure was about 6,200 PSI, or about 50,000 pounds, it was a rough 2" x 4" board. Knowing the strength per unit area allows for a more uniform comparison between samples.

  34. humbllbug

    humbllbug

    2 dagen geleden

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  35. Ron Ward

    Ron Ward

    2 dagen geleden

    I'm from Kansas and we have a tree here known as Osage Orange. Many people refer to it as a "hedge tree." Its wood is known for its incredible density and its propensity to break tempered glass in fireplace inserts. I'd really like to see you test a log from one of these trees as I'm curious as to how it would stack up to its Finnish counterparts.

  36. brian clay

    brian clay

    2 dagen geleden

    Each peice should be cut to a certain width/lenght in order to get even remotely accurate

  37. kyle mossi

    kyle mossi

    2 dagen geleden

    Good video but 2 things. 1 You should use dried processed wood as its used in construction. 2. You should test hard woods; Hickory, Brazilian Cherry, Maple, Oak.

  38. jkoppiii

    jkoppiii

    3 dagen geleden

    Need some Osage orange!

  39. Kurtis Watson

    Kurtis Watson

    3 dagen geleden

    'wood' you belive it!

  40. OMGKITTENMEWMEW1

    OMGKITTENMEWMEW1

    3 dagen geleden

    Crazy seeing the sap get pressed out.

  41. herauthon four

    herauthon four

    3 dagen geleden

    ok, and any other wood types - oak, pine, large.. Large.. LARGE .. the LARGE !

  42. Richard Johnson

    Richard Johnson

    3 dagen geleden

    I'd like to see how mesquite holds up. It's a very hard wood, harder than oak.

  43. Justin Bankwa

    Justin Bankwa

    3 dagen geleden

    Why u KILLING trees man

  44. Niel Kotze

    Niel Kotze

    3 dagen geleden

    I'm here for the extra content.

  45. cory knight

    cory knight

    3 dagen geleden

    4:00 pine apples do not grow on trees :|

  46. Elijah Williams

    Elijah Williams

    4 dagen geleden

    What if at the end of 2020 you here the words "to be continued."

  47. the horse

    the horse

    4 dagen geleden

    i think we know what is the hardest one 3:56 pinus

  48. J Rock

    J Rock

    4 dagen geleden

    One glass of birch juice, please

  49. Phill DD

    Phill DD

    4 dagen geleden

    Should have rounded the pieces with a lathe to make them uniform

  50. Brent Ensign

    Brent Ensign

    4 dagen geleden

    Do it again with cured, dry wood!!

  51. HOTAIR83

    HOTAIR83

    4 dagen geleden

    4:42 Kurwa powiedział XD

  52. Yes Sir!

    Yes Sir!

    4 dagen geleden

    Don't they have oak in Finland?

  53. Bryant Rodriguez-Manzo

    Bryant Rodriguez-Manzo

    5 dagen geleden

    Holy guacamole!, I didn't know wood could hold that much pressure

  54. kingdom music

    kingdom music

    5 dagen geleden

    The rapture will happen without a doubt, but there will be a revival in the USA and worldwide FIRST which is what this is leading to now, many souls turning to Christ Jesus for sure . THEN the rapture will happen after this when the last soul is brought in to Christ Jesus' protection . we are in the last days for sure and the rapture is highly likely to happen within the next several years OR MAYBE EVEN LESS , 3-5 years Max OR LESS If that , but no more , due to the time table has run out for Gods plan on gentile christians according to all time lines , variables and jewish variables ie third temple construction , red heifers being born , sacrifices starting soon etc. THE RAPTURE CAN HAPPEN NOW at ANY TIME !! . The True Church of Christ Jesus will be GONE! And when many millions disappear without a trace, aunts uncles friends etc what will you say then because it will happen ? Please awake to Christ Jesus which is the ONLY hope NOW and dont let yourself find out it IS all true later when its too late ...for anyone who sees this and doesnt know what to do please If you havent given your life and heart to Christ Jesus you will have REAL BIG problems way bigger than any problems you have Ever had If you are left here on earth after the Rapture . After the Rapture The USA , Worldwide , will face More evils , Inner city chaos, firearm wars etc etc ,power and water , food shortages etctec than it Has EVER been seen Before and you surely dont want to be Here then . We Have Time NOW to change , please seek Christ Jesus while there is still time to save ! no one knows the day or hour of the rapture ,But the rapture will start out just like any other day .....The Rapture will Take Place In the day In Broad daylight, sunny day , In an Instant FLASH without ANY warning , and there will be peoples Driver Ids, wallets found in various parking lots , Purses bill folds Found at work etc etc with NO explanation , and People VANISHING so No One can refute it has taken place. .The Rapture Will Take place But we may have several years left but not many more , as many are turning to Jesus and this revival taking place and many still being brought into the Glorious kingdom of Jesus and Until the last soul is accounted for , is all that is preventing the rapture from happening. We are close , Several years goes by quickly so we are very close ! romans 10:9-10 That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation. Dr Gene Kim (UC Berkeley & PBI) pastor church San Jose Bible Baptist Church nlcameras.info/wiki/nqvam42AnXbfqoI/video

  55. W T

    W T

    5 dagen geleden

    Do it inside a tube and compare how much water or juices you can squeeze out of the trees .

  56. Skeets McGrew

    Skeets McGrew

    5 dagen geleden

    Tree juicer 5,000,000

  57. bikebudha01

    bikebudha01

    5 dagen geleden

    This shows you just how strong Groot is....

  58. Gamen4Bros

    Gamen4Bros

    5 dagen geleden

    Juicy trees!

  59. Gamen4Bros

    Gamen4Bros

    5 dagen geleden

    I had to know this!!

  60. Gamen4Bros

    Gamen4Bros

    5 dagen geleden

    Yesss science!!

  61. daMyTPnessRex

    daMyTPnessRex

    6 dagen geleden

    You should squash waste 3d filament, through a forming die.

  62. MrPLC999

    MrPLC999

    6 dagen geleden

    A nice dried piece of red oak ought to take at least 30 tons.

  63. Deere2154D

    Deere2154D

    6 dagen geleden

    Hard wood vs soft wood

  64. WolfSmack

    WolfSmack

    6 dagen geleden

    *To Press: I think fabrics and of different layers/densities* would be interesting and possibly explosive! Like denim, flannel, nylon, spandex, etc. What do you think?

  65. WolfSmack

    WolfSmack

    6 dagen geleden

    Not a hydraulic press but a pine tree juicer!

  66. howlingcommandose

    howlingcommandose

    6 dagen geleden

    Hi this is a list of the 125 hardest known woods: Australian Buloke[3] 5,060 lbf (22,500 N) Schinopsis brasiliensis, Quebracho, Barauna, Chamacoco[4] 4,800 lbf (21,000 N) Schinopsis balansae, Quebracho Colorado, Red Quebracho[5] 4,570 lbf (20,300 N) Lignum vitae, Guayacan, Pockenholz 4,500 lbf (20,000 N) Piptadenia Macrocarpa, Curupay, Angico Preto, Brazilian Tiger Mahogany 3,840 lbf (17,100 N) Snakewood, Letterhout, Piratinera Guinensis 3,800 lbf (17,000 N) Brazilian Olivewood 3,700 lbf (16,000 N) Brazilian Ebony 3,700 lbf (16,000 N) Ipê, Brazilian Walnut, Handroanthus lapacho 3,684 lbf (16,390 N) African Pearwood, Moabi 3,680 lbf (16,400 N) Grey Ironbark 3,664 lbf (16,300 N) Bolivian Cherry 3,650 lbf (16,200 N) Lapacho 3,640 lbf (16,200 N) Sucupira, Brazilian Chestnut, Tiete Chestnut 3,417 lbf (15,200 N) Kingwood[6] 3,340 lbf (14,900 N) Ironwood 3,260 lbf (14,500 N) Ebony 3,220 lbf (14,300 N) Massaranduba, Brazilian Redwood, Paraju 3,190 lbf (14,200 N) Yvyraro 3,040 lbf (13,500 N) Strand Woven Bamboo 3,000 lbf (13,000 N) Cocobolo 2,960 lbf (13,200 N) Bloodwood (Brosimum rubescens) 2,900 lbf (13,000 N) Boxwood 2,840 lbf (12,600 N) Red Mahogany, Turpentine 2,697 lbf (12,000 N) Live Oak 2,680 lbf (11,900 N) Southern Chestnut 2,670 lbf (11,900 N) Spotted Gum 2,473 lbf (11,000 N) Brazilian Cherry, Jatoba 2,350 lbf (10,500 N) Mesquite 2,345 lbf (10,430 N) Golden Teak 2,330 lbf (10,400 N) Guatambú, Kyrandy, Balfourodendron riedelianum 2,240 lbf (10,000 N) Santos Mahogany, Bocote, Cabreuva, Honduran Rosewood 2,200 lbf (9,800 N) Pradoo 2,170 lbf (9,700 N) Brazilian Koa 2,160 lbf (9,600 N) Brushbox 2,135 lbf (9,500 N) Osage Orange[7] 2,040 lbf (9,100 N) Karri 2,030 lbf (9,000 N) Sydney Blue Gum 2,023 lbf (9,000 N) Bubinga 1,980 lbf (8,800 N) Cameron 1,940 lbf (8,600 N) Tallowwood 1,933 lbf (8,600 N) Merbau 1,925 lbf (8,560 N) Amendoim 1,912 lbf (8,500 N) Jarrah 1,910 lbf (8,500 N) Purpleheart 1,860 lbf (8,300 N) Goncalo Alves, Tigerwood 1,850 lbf (8,200 N) Hickory, Pecan, Satinwood 1,820 lbf (8,100 N) Afzelia, Doussie, Australian Wormy Chestnut 1,810 lbf (8,100 N) Castello boxwood 1,810 lbf (8,100 N) Bangkirai 1,798 lbf (8,000 N) Rosewood 1,780 lbf (7,900 N) African Padauk 1,725 lbf (7,670 N) Blackwood 1,720 lbf (7,700 N) Merbau 1,712 lbf (7,620 N) Kempas 1,710 lbf (7,600 N) Black Locust 1,700 lbf (7,600 N) Highland Beech 1,686 lbf (7,500 N) Red Mulberry 1,680 lbf (7,500 N) Wenge, Red Pine, Hornbeam 1,630 lbf (7,300 N) Tualang 1,624 lbf (7,220 N) Zebrawood 1,575 lbf (7,010 N) True Pine, Timborana 1,570 lbf (7,000 N) Peroba 1,557 lbf (6,930 N) Sapele, Sapelli, Kupa'y 1,510 lbf (6,700 N) Curupixa 1,490 lbf (6,600 N) Sweet Birch 1,470 lbf (6,500 N) Hard maple, Sugar Maple 1,450 lbf (6,400 N) Caribbean Walnut 1,390 lbf (6,200 N) Kentucky coffeetree 1,390 lbf (6,200 N) Natural Bamboo (represents one species) 1,380 lbf (6,100 N) Australian Cypress 1,375 lbf (6,120 N) White Oak 1,360 lbf (6,000 N) Tasmanian oak 1,350 lbf (6,000 N) Ribbon Gum 1,349 lbf (6,000 N) Ash (White) 1,320 lbf (5,900 N) American Beech 1,300 lbf (5,800 N) Red Oak (Northern) 1,290 lbf (5,700 N) Caribbean Heart Pine 1,280 lbf (5,700 N) Keruing 1,270 lbf (5,600 N) Yellow Birch, Iroko 1,260 lbf (5,600 N) Movingui 1,230 lbf (5,500 N) Heart pine 1,225 lbf (5,450 N) Carapa guianensis, Brazilian Mesquite 1,220 lbf (5,400 N) Larch 1,200 lbf (5,300 N) Carbonized Bamboo (represents one species) 1,180 lbf (5,200 N) Teak 1,155 lbf (5,140 N) Brazilian Eucalyptus, Rose Gum 1,125 lbf (5,000 N) English Oak[8] 1,120 lbf (5,000 N) Makore 1,100 lbf (4,900 N) Siberian Larch 1,100 lbf (4,900 N) Peruvian Walnut 1,080 lbf (4,800 N) Boreal 1,023 lbf (4,550 N) Black Walnut, North American Walnut 1,010 lbf (4,500 N) Cherry 995 lbf (4,430 N) Black Cherry, Imbuia 950 lbf (4,200 N) Red Maple[9] 950 lbf (4,200 N) Boire 940 lbf (4,200 N) Paper Birch 910 lbf (4,000 N) Eastern Red Cedar 900 lbf (4,000 N) Southern Yellow Pine (Longleaf) 870 lbf (3,900 N) Lacewood, Leopardwood 840 lbf (3,700 N) African Mahogany 830 lbf (3,700 N) Mahogany, Honduran Mahogany 800 lbf (3,600 N) Parana 780 lbf (3,500 N) Sycamore 770 lbf (3,400 N) Box Elder 720 lbf (3,200 N) Shedua 710 lbf (3,200 N) Radiata Pine[10] 710 lbf (3,200 N) Silver Maple[11] 700 lbf (3,100 N) Southern Yellow Pine (Loblolly and Shortleaf) 690 lbf (3,100 N) Douglas Fir 660 lbf (2,900 N) Western Juniper 626 lbf (2,780 N) Alder (Red) 590 lbf (2,600 N) Larch 590 lbf (2,600 N) Chestnut 540 lbf (2,400 N) Yellow Poplar, Poplar 540 lbf (2,400 N) Hemlock 500 lbf (2,200 N) Western White Pine 420 lbf (1,900 N) Basswood 410 lbf (1,800 N) Eastern White Pine 380 lbf (1,700 N) Cuipo[12] 75 lbf (330 N) Balsa[12] 70 lbf (310 N) Balsa, softest wood ever measured: single unusual example[12] 22 lbf (98 N)

  67. Nigel Hutchinson

    Nigel Hutchinson

    6 dagen geleden

    Oak or Hickory would really put up some serious numbers.

  68. Youscary2009

    Youscary2009

    6 dagen geleden

    Six tons is 12 thousand pounds. . There are 2000 pounds per ton. Perhaps there is a difference between metric tons and American tons. I’m sure you know this, but sometimes the numbers don’t seem to add up. Wooo...that sap will be STICKY STICKY STICKY!!

  69. Sahte

    Sahte

    6 dagen geleden

    oho ne ya türkler +1

  70. Matthew Read

    Matthew Read

    7 dagen geleden

    Crush a tin of pineapple? As strong as the pine tree from which it grows?

  71. Matthew Read

    Matthew Read

    7 dagen geleden

    Pineapple :=)

  72. Mike Lambert

    Mike Lambert

    7 dagen geleden

    I can confidently say this is the only NLcameras channel that makes me want to buy a hydraulic press.

  73. Tapan Halder

    Tapan Halder

    8 dagen geleden

    Please add English Subtitles. your video is very good.

  74. T Wright

    T Wright

    8 dagen geleden

    I was too scared to remember ! superb

  75. Make it easy

    Make it easy

    8 dagen geleden

    A cool way to get birch sap. :)

  76. Hick From The Woods

    Hick From The Woods

    8 dagen geleden

    Latex? Animal skin? A small bucket? A thick spice. Seeds. Berrys. Meat? Taffy? Can you make coffee with it?

  77. Francisco

    Francisco

    8 dagen geleden

    Can you make tree juice? Could be something new. Send me the royalities, my idea. Thanks and have a good day-

  78. AGGROBERT 84

    AGGROBERT 84

    8 dagen geleden

    Yew please 💚 (Taxus bacata)

  79. kowalityjesus

    kowalityjesus

    8 dagen geleden

    now I understand why it's so hard to burn green wood, amazing to see the water come out like that!

  80. Ben W

    Ben W

    9 dagen geleden

    It’s crazy how much liquid is in these

  81. Mark Rocque

    Mark Rocque

    9 dagen geleden

    I want a refreshing glass of pine tree juice please

  82. miko foin

    miko foin

    9 dagen geleden

    2:38 "11 tons mayba I was too scared to remember" gotta respect the honesty 😂😂

  83. SilhoueXD

    SilhoueXD

    9 dagen geleden

    When the stump reformed like a sponge O.O

  84. Lucian Barbu

    Lucian Barbu

    9 dagen geleden

    1:27 you were both right in a way, it was 6 tons plus 4 tons.

    • miko foin

      miko foin

      9 dagen geleden

      Imagine breaking into their house and in the dark you hear them say "Throw em in the Hydraulic Press"

  85. Sean Nash

    Sean Nash

    9 dagen geleden

    Very entertaining content. And your wife is cute too. You go well together.

  86. dziis6s

    dziis6s

    9 dagen geleden

    that goo that comes out from pine and spruce. it burns so well.

  87. Thom Aquino

    Thom Aquino

    10 dagen geleden

    Try Anvil vs. Hydraulic Press..

  88. Zylent

    Zylent

    10 dagen geleden

    Try them sideways.

  89. knuckledragging neanderthal

    knuckledragging neanderthal

    10 dagen geleden

    Supervised mothballing the press that made the depleted uranium rounds.

  90. John Alexander

    John Alexander

    10 dagen geleden

    lmao. pineapple tree.

  91. Mehraj Malik

    Mehraj Malik

    10 dagen geleden

    I'm Groot 😭

  92. Caz

    Caz

    10 dagen geleden

    Could really press the syrup out of a Maple

  93. rev myk

    rev myk

    10 dagen geleden

    Love these

  94. Jake Calvert

    Jake Calvert

    10 dagen geleden

    Mine

  95. Nexttrip Try

    Nexttrip Try

    10 dagen geleden

    Wood wasnt dried

  96. Ning3n

    Ning3n

    10 dagen geleden

    Interesting how the wood fibers almost completely recover their original form.

    • Mittens FastPaw

      Mittens FastPaw

      10 dagen geleden

      @Ning3n Never know. :)

    • Ning3n

      Ning3n

      10 dagen geleden

      @Mittens FastPaw Quite well aware of that.

    • Mittens FastPaw

      Mittens FastPaw

      10 dagen geleden

      Trees evolved to be flexible due to such things as the wind. Otherwise they’d just fall over from damage.

  97. SSG Pentland

    SSG Pentland

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    Maybe repeat test when wood is dry?

  98. Lyons Exotics

    Lyons Exotics

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    for a good test on wood pal better to use sawn square or rectangle sections with the grain running across as this is how we use wood for chocks never with the grain.

  99. pida siouy

    pida siouy

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    Imagine breaking into their house and in the dark you hear them say "Throw em in the Hydraulic Press"

  100. Rishank Kumar

    Rishank Kumar

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    what about the other side of grains of wood?

    • Rishank Kumar

      Rishank Kumar

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      @pida siouy tree juice

    • pida siouy

      pida siouy

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      god, that must have smelled so nice

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