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How to build an Easy to make,light,Strong Chainsaw Mill from start to finish.

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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 out of a chainsaw!.This video shows the build of an easy to make,light and strong Chainsaw mill from scratch.You will need some 2mm,3mm square pipes, coarse threads,bolts,spring washers

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How to heat your Space or Room by building a simple and super-efficient Rocket Stove Space Heater

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This video series shows the build of a simple and efficient Rocket Stove Space Heater to heat a room or space.Rocket stoves burn at much higher temperatures than your standard wood-stove or fireplace and, as a result, emit much cleaner exhaust. You can burn just about anything in a rocket stove too, from straw to dried dung to small bundles of twigs. This flexibility, combined with the stove’s efficiency, has made them a popular choice.This heater gives off amazing heat, its potential is by far underused.

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How to build a Dirt Cheap Waste oil Barrel Heater .Easy to make and also doubles as a cooker

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This video series shows the build of a easy to build and inexpensive Waste Oil Heater which can be used for heating your garage.I am using my own waste oil burner design in this heater and it will be burning waste motor and waste vegetable oil as a fuel source.Free heat is easy to achieve from waste oil and if you can’t weld it is possible to bolt this all together with just a little resourcefulness.This stove design will allow me to make changes to the waste oil burner unit in a modular way.This free heat shed heater works great as a heater and it’s possible to even cook on this. Making lots of heat for free is really easy.

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DIY Video :How to heat your Home by building an Smokeless Outdoor Wood Boiler from Start to finish

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Watch the build of a Homemade Smokeless Outdoor Wood Video Series

How to build a super Efficient Wood Burner from start to finish .No smoke and Clean Burn

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This Video series shows the build of a wood burner/heater from an gas cylinder from start to finish.The video begins by explianing the cutting of flue /ash pan hole in top and bottom. Main materials from the local scrapyard made new.Then door is cut out, door frame built,secondary air pipework,flue deflector plate.The next in the series shows the fitting flue deflector plate,drilling bending and fixing the les,grinding all old welds off, making lifting handles,flue outlet and drilling the secondary air intake hole,making the door hinges,cutting hole out for glass in door,welding secondary air intake pipes in.The series ends with making the secondary air intake,door frame welded,primary air damper built and welded on.A Test burn is shown at the end.

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How to build a Homemade Hybrid Waste Oil and Wood Garage Heater

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This Video shows the setup of a Wood and Waste Oil Combo Gargage heater .With prices of everything going up, families need to figure out ways to save money however they can. In many ways, saving money involves cutting back on waste and using things that would normally just be thrown away for a more effective purpose.Waste oil comes from many different sources such as cooking oil, used vegetable oil, or motor oil. This can help to raise the heat produced by a cord of wood and extend the life of the wood as the waste oil is burned alongside it.

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How to build a Simple Homemade Wood Burning Clothes Dryer

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Living “off grid” poses many challenges for “off gridders”, mostly during the short, overcast, dark
days of Winter.Having the clothes hung up on racks and lines strung in the basement works, but made
it hard to do in the winter.This video shows the build of a  Homemade Clothing Dryer with Heat from a Wood Stove.This is a simple and alternative way to drying your clothes .The Dryer was bought from Ebay for cheap.The outside air gets blown by the heating tube within the wood stove.The hot air blows in the back of the dryer

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DIY Video : How to heat your garage the Inexpensive way by building an Outdoor Stove with Heat Exchanger

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How to generate 24/7 Free Electricity from across a Pond/Creek by building a Ceiling Fan Alternator Hydro System

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This video series shows how you can generate 24/7 Free Electricity From Across the Pond with a converted ceiling fan Permanent Magnet Alternator, a water wheel made with bicycle rims and PVC pipe end-caps and just 4 feet of “head”.This can produce practical power that can be used directly for lighting or to charge batteries which can later provide 120 AC power through an inverter to power literally anything in your home.

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How to Build a Homemade Low Flow Ram Pump that can pump water without Electricity from very low flow creeks ,river.

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This video shows you can pump water from a very low creek or water source without any electricity by building a Simple Low Flow intake Ram Pump.This is ideal for any low flow creek,spring with around 30 gal per minute flow rate.This Ram Pump will need a continuous flow of water to operate. Determining the flow rate will help determine the size pump that you need.Measure your gallons per minute by placing a 5 gallon bucket in the water and collect all the water while timing how long it takes to fill the bucket and divide the gallons of water by the time in seconds and then multiply by 60 seconds to get GPM

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