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Our specialized chainsaw cutters allow you to glide along the ground and remove your brush and trees at ground level.
Scroll through the videos below to see the unit in action in different scenarios and terrain.
Path-Maker Dirt Cut
Some people have brought up a concern that the second it hits dirt it will be dull and unable to cut. This should put those concerns to rest. There are two reasons this unit is not affected by dirt in the same way a chainsaw is. The first is the angle that our unit runs at: Because it's parallel to the ground rather than perpendicular to it, the bottom row of teeth hit the dirt, but the top are kept out of it. The second reason is the size of what you're cutting. A relatively dull chain that won't cut through a 20-inch diameter tree will still cut through small brush with ease. We average 10-15 hours of use time per chain.
Path-Maker Path Making
After conversing with our customers, we noticed we didn't have any videos of the Path-Maker cutter actually making a path. We had made two paths the day before but wanted to do some more with a drone overhead. The actual elapsed time from this video was 5 minutes and 12 seconds.
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