This video series shows the step by step build of a homemade Band Sawmill from scratch in your backyard.Harvesting and processing the wood that grows on your property is the dream of many homesteaders. The dream can be expensive (around $5k) because you need a sawmill in order to rip the wood and remove the bark.Instead of spending years saving up, you can spend less by building your own saw mill.it’s a tool you’ll use for years to come, and will more than pay for itself the first time you use it. Lumber isn’t cheap, and if you’ve got the natural resources and access to those resources, it makes the most sense to save money, time, and effort by using what you have available.
- How to make a Survival Rope Making Machine at home from easily available materialsOne of the most important pieces of survival gear to have is rope, and it is definitely something you should have in your Bug Out Bag for wilderness survival.This video series shows the build of a Simple Rope Making Machine at home using materials that you can get at your local hardware store.There is no such thing as prepping for survival without having rope and cordage in your stash.You can use them for fishing lines, bowstrings, trap triggers, snares, lashings, and many other things.And do you know what items would be the first to become unavailable in a crisis? There are a few, and cordage and rope will be among them.
- How to build a Simple and Efficient Homemade Garage Fan out of Old Furnace BlowersThis video shows the build of a Homemade Garage fan made out of Old Furnace blowers that is easy to make and really efficient.Once you try one of these you'll never use a box fan again. These fans are designed to run with constant restriction. So you need to recreate this when used out in the open by blocking roughly 25% of the air intake or output. If you don't restrict the airflow the motor will pull significantly higher amps than it is rated for and will overheat/burn out. If you want to be scientific you can look at the side of the motor and read the rated amps. Then with a load meter hooked up, run it and block off the air flow until the amp draw drops to or close to the rated amps.Centrifugal fans are amazing at moving a large quantity of air and the output can be ducted unlike axial.
- How to build an Inexpensive Backyard Concrete Mixer at Home using an Old 55 gal Barrel