Fall Force Calculator?

Woodwork

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In some ways this is a lot simpler, and in some ways a lot more complicated than I had expected.

Thanks for all the replies, guys...now I'm more confused than ever!
 

RBJtree

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I guess what it boils down to is use 10 to 1 ratio for wll and you should be alright as long as you don't do anything totally nuts. Accurate log weight estimating is a good thing.
 

evo

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I guess what it boils down to is use 10 to 1 ratio for wll and you should be alright as long as you don't do anything totally nuts. Accurate log weight estimating is a good thing.
Yup! And who in the hell brings a scale into the tree rigging environment anyway? It’s all guess work, and you’re committed. Same if working with a enforcer or crane, you just get to know the outcome AFTER the cut is made. However it’s value info when guessing for the next piece
 

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