Log Wizard Debarking Tool, Model# LogW-4000
Great tool - beats a draw knife
I peeled seven huge cedar logs to use in my home. This tool was the ticket! Others have said that a drawknife is faster - I wonder if they had the chainsaw running? Really, this makes a fine planed finish and short work of peeling a big log. I left the finish as-is, only used a sander in some tight spots. Drawknife left a worse finish, so I tossed it back in the toolbox.
December 30, 2012
I had wanted a log wizard for quite a while. I have used them to peel porch rails and half log stairs. I always finish up with a draw knife for a more hand done look, but the wizard gets me there faster. It sure saves on the old elbows.
October 9, 2012
The ability to debark wood as fast as it does.It is very versatile.I use it for debarking logs for the sawmill or debarking rustic furniture logs and for name logs.It is very easy to use.Especially on an average sized chainsaw.I would recommend it to anyone.My brother saw me using one and he liked it so well he also bought one.
March 21, 2011
This thing works sort of. I can do more quicker with my draw knife. I have worked on a log cabin in the past
the owner would have not allowed me to use this but I though I would give it a try I don't think it is worth the
October 23, 2009
I had one this log wizards but it got stolen. I bought another one to replace the older one. This new one is a little more dangerous to operate than the previous model, yet still very usefull and efficient.
I have used it for many different jobs including simulating the irregular edge of a plank of wood that has been mill only on two sides. this leaves the edges with the outline shape of the tree trunck that it came from.
The new model is more versatile since it has less protecting cover over the cutting blades, which also makes it more subject ot kick-bak.
January 16, 2008