Logs from Andrew Camarata turned into boards for a building

22-Fev, 2019
520 422 Ko‘rishlar soni

This is a video that starts with a short video from Andrew Camarata, getting logs ready for the sawmill, and continues to this video. These videos demonstrate the process from raw trees to finished siding on a post frame building. Board and batten siding. I will put out another video soon with some tips and techniques for this type of siding; flashing, spacing, working with green lumber, working with green frozen lumber, how to make a matching garage doorset, etc.

If you missed the first video in this sequence it can be found here:

Hud-son Sawmill - uzworld.info
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3 out of 4 songs played are by Ikson, he is very talented!
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As leaves fall
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  • GORGEOUS! Music, aerial shots, equipment, equipment sounds, sawing, your buddy, Jessie, and what he shared: the story is there, Andrew. Lifting us out of the doldrums with each log, each riff, the rumble of the motor, and most of all, life lived well, being a friend and having friends, doing the stuff of LIFE, with honor. Loved watching the saw-mill and siding, shot down the board.

    candacecandaceYil oldin
    • Very nice....

      John RiggenbachJohn Riggenbach6 oy oldin
    • thank you, I have alot of good videos coming up. Stay tuned

      Jesse MullerJesse MullerYil oldin
  • Excellent video content

    Lawrence EngelLawrence Engel6 soat oldin
  • The new cut (wet) board will must get split /crack in the summer when expo to the sun , if you have it painted (sealed ) that would help a little .

    k9yyok9yyoKun oldin
  • Awesome work

    Duane MerrickDuane Merrick3 kun oldin
  • Stickers + tin + patience = easier everything!! Yes you can build with green wood but then there's also the lack of finishing the wood , cracking as drying, no back priming etc.. If you're going for something that will put vinyl, cement board, LP siding etc to shame...

    James RussellJames Russell6 kun oldin
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    Jan PlumJan Plum6 kun oldin
  • Nice video great 👍 friends 😀

    nitrofish1974nitrofish19749 kun oldin
  • woow very nice indeed jesse , all naturel looks fck cant beat that .i built afew things too BUT.....i sometime used ...used oil n stain my project...actully its does look nice once its dry lol better than that ugly green treaded stain

    Dale MasykDale Masyk11 kun oldin
  • Andrew found you for me, and for the entire Andrew Army. Great video! Looking forward to watching them all...

    Wm Cruz Carroll Sr.Wm Cruz Carroll Sr.12 kun oldin
  • Where are you located in New York? You have a saw mill from north of Utica near Old Forge. You sound more like down county at times

    travis teetertravis teeter13 kun oldin
  • dont you have to let the wood sit for one summer before putting it on anything because the wood will crack

    olivier gallantolivier gallant16 kun oldin
  • I remember back when that building was started. The end result looks really great 👍👍

  • Damp would, no good.

    Ernie YomanErnie Yoman28 kun oldin
  • Nice garage! I can't believe how much wood went into it! Really beautiful work.

    John UllmannJohn UllmannOy oldin
  • What are you going to use the building for?

    TeddyJak EddyTeddyJak EddyOy oldin
  • Absolutely magnificent

    Richard WaltersRichard WaltersOy oldin
  • Could you post some 2020 pics, would love to see how much the green wool shrank

    Richard WaltersRichard WaltersOy oldin
  • Feel a little left out of the video cause you never stated board sizes or if you cut all the boards on your milk or like how many logs were needed just a few more working details the dado cutting was great info , or how the 1-1/4 screws were preferred to nails because , or used tevec rap , or took three weeks to cut all your lumber bla bla bla in conversations to us your friends who are tagging along your daily adventure starting out seeing Andrew , getting the logs , talking about your project, cutting your logs talking about how or why you might cut your log differently, how you struggled and cut some logs to the wrong size I guess to rap it up just explain the different parts of your adventure along with maybe a helpful time saving trick or a way you clean your saw to maintain it in new condition . Anyhow great video !

    K AlK AlOy oldin
  • Hello I am new to your channel do you film all of Andrews videos as while

    kevin gagnierkevin gagnierOy oldin
  • Any video with Jesse and Andrew beats anything else on UZworld. Such a beautiful building

    AW ServicesAW ServicesOy oldin
  • Excellent work on milling & construction.

    Cyndi KarpCyndi Karp2 oy oldin
  • lods fromm

    kamaroway güntherkamaroway günther2 oy oldin
  • Good job I could not have done better 25 year contractor

    James McalarneyJames Mcalarney2 oy oldin
  • By the way I just found your channel and subscribed immediately. I found it by watching Andrews videos. I figured if he’s a subscriber of yours it had to be good

    Craig RasnicCraig Rasnic2 oy oldin
  • That’s an awesome little saw mill where does a guy buy one like yours and how much can I expect to pay for it

    Craig RasnicCraig Rasnic2 oy oldin
  • Building a house from timber you milled yourself would be so satisfying.

    Mad DoggieMad Doggie2 oy oldin
  • Dude - I am going to be a neighbor soon. Cool!

    I HI H2 oy oldin
    • you know where I am or you just kidding?

      Jesse MullerJesse Muller2 oy oldin
  • Nice vid. Glad to see these logs being put to good use vs burning them.👍

    WeetsWeets2 oy oldin
  • A to Z hard work.

    Khd MuhKhd Muh2 oy oldin
  • Enjoyed the video followup to AC's project. Overall, very good. Perhaps explain a bit more about the sawing techniques with the mill, either by more narration or using subtitles.

    Tim GarnerTim Garner2 oy oldin
  • Nice job well done

    Paul SalibaPaul Saliba2 oy oldin
  • what a beautiful job on the building

    Anthony AgugliaroAnthony Agugliaro2 oy oldin
  • What's the average age of those trees? If you have an estimate

    caleb muellercaleb mueller2 oy oldin
  • Too cold out there for termites? what a great job you guys did. Now that Andrew got you started you can create your own channel and you can give us back Andrew....lol

    Andrea DgeorgeAndrea Dgeorge2 oy oldin
  • I think you’ve done a. Awesome job on your new workshop! Using timber you sales yourself saves a TON of money, especially when yuh get it at a a”Friends” discount remote Andrew C. I’ve been following his channel since March. Keep up the videos and the great work! You guys inspire me and give me HOPE for the next generation!

    David WallacDavid Wallac2 oy oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind.

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruck2 oy oldin
  • My gawd, in america you really use feet to measure stuff? when I saw andrew walk 16 feet I was like WHATDDA?!

    Livin VidsLivin Vids2 oy oldin
  • What is the scaffold system? I need one like that.

    New Tazewell United Methodist ChurchNew Tazewell United Methodist Church3 oy oldin
  • Man that scene at 11:19 with the sky scrolling by is amazing

    J BrukardtJ Brukardt3 oy oldin
  • I like the way this fellow is able to make his own lumber for building. The saw mill must save him a lot of money over time. One thing I noticed was the amount of waste thrown into a pile next to the saw mill. That’s another revenue stream being left to rot. It could be sold for firewood or turned in mulch. Just hate to see things go to waste when he could make more money from his wood.

    J ArmstrongJ Armstrong3 oy oldin
  • Looks good

    William CreechWilliam Creech3 oy oldin
  • Thats really cool

    GazzaGazza3 oy oldin
  • Beautiful

    T. T.T. T.3 oy oldin
  • Btw, the structure seemed to be missing a small trim piece dead center over door. What gives? Did I miss something?

    David BrookeDavid Brooke3 oy oldin
  • Best crossover episode since The Beverley Hillbillies dropped in on Green Acres.

    Albert BatfinderAlbert Batfinder3 oy oldin
  • We built a board and batten house in 1982 with Cedar from a 40 hp electric saw mill. This takes me back.

    Clark MagnusonClark Magnuson3 oy oldin
  • Nice Building!

    Steve PerrySteve Perry3 oy oldin
  • Would be cool to know what why and how you're doing whatever cool cutting stuff you're doing :)

    hypercube33hypercube333 oy oldin
  • Great vid! Thanks for sharing!

    Jerry ForemanJerry Foreman3 oy oldin
  • You can use that slab wood for 🔥 Fire wood or sliding.

    Jerry ForemanJerry Foreman3 oy oldin
  • Messy saw mill area .You have to wade through the mess. Sorry

    Bill PercellBill Percell4 oy oldin
  • Apart from you saw milling the woods, I didn't know what happens next. It seems like you made this video for carpenters and home builders. Couple times you explained what you were doing, about shrinkage of green board and such I would have like to see close up what you did rather than using the terminology and fast forwarding video explaining whAt you are doing. You don't need detail what Andrew does because he is digging dirt or moving logss nothing detail about it but when he is fixing something you can see what he is doing. Yes nailing a 2x 4 doesn't need explanation but some of the technical stuff you need close up video and explaining the procedure the you can do a fast video doing it. I know you are trying to do videos but not every video is successful unless done right. Music, drone, angles, are good but there is more to it

    v Rajav Raja4 oy oldin
  • Andrew Camarata doesn't care about animals.

    Mark LanceMark Lance4 oy oldin
  • I also have a sawmill,Just subscribed.pretty cool design.

    Scott WilsonScott Wilson4 oy oldin
  • I want a sawmill to.. wood is so expensive, i am reclaiming wood as we speak for a building, i found a way to get free wood on the internet, ppl who want to get rid of old barns yard buildings, this is the second building i took down to rebuild at my home, the wood looks like new wood with just a little bit of shaving and grinding... i found these structures on the dutch craiglist...

    UnknownEventUnknownEvent4 oy oldin
  • I wonder just how much/little Andrew uses his diggers for actually digging?

    dethdeth4 oy oldin
    • they get used for trees and rocks around here quite a bit. Putting up trusses, pulling motors, bending steel are some more things you can do with them

      Jesse MullerJesse Muller4 oy oldin
  • Looks really good Jesse! Good video! Keep it up....

    Scott ClimerScott Climer4 oy oldin
  • Well done Jesse. You have a new sub here :D Greetings from Sweden :D

    RobinRobin4 oy oldin
  • If Andrew trust you , me too. Subscribed

    RickzoomRickzoom4 oy oldin
  • Looks great, love the content.

    Tom RaiderTom Raider4 oy oldin
  • Hey Jessie you are a man of all trades, I like to watch you think when your working. Just thought a good comment should be given to you for you channel. Mark

    MarkMark4 oy oldin
    • Thanks Mark

      Jesse MullerJesse Muller4 oy oldin
  • You should have brought a Lucas mill

    Rethink ScienceRethink Science4 oy oldin
  • Hi! Im from Sweden and i wonder what building method that is? build with such fresh wood? Nice video tho 👍🏻😁

    JanneJanne4 oy oldin
  • What make is that scaffolding you used I’ve never seen one of those before here in the UK it looks neat

    Stephen TreanorStephen Treanor4 oy oldin
  • Look at that pile of first cuts and scraps! That would be perfect for making charcoal/biochar!!

    Andrew SAndrew S4 oy oldin
  • Andrew Camarata has a spinoff show now, whats next, a movie.....😀

    JamesJames4 oy oldin
  • Subbed from How Would Andrew Do it .. lol, that's what I say everything I so anything anymore...

    Mad mankmMad mankm5 oy oldin
  • Spot on build,would like to have seen the results inside. Mark

    mark dombrowskimark dombrowski5 oy oldin
  • How much did something like that cost?

    Justin MiracleJustin Miracle5 oy oldin
  • Glad to see a good friend of Andrew’s....

    Chris PadillaChris Padilla5 oy oldin
  • good partnership...do u sell the lumber ?

    Aret KartalyanAret Kartalyan5 oy oldin
  • uzworld.info/player/video/rW_Ub9Bjo6TZdJ4

    SevariaSevaria5 oy oldin
  • Love the music selection.

    Ronald HeitRonald Heit5 oy oldin
  • You guys sound alike.

    tim colgantim colgan5 oy oldin
  • As Larry David would say......Pretty pretty good Jesse

    Richard BeckRichard Beck5 oy oldin
  • I’m late but just subbed cause “ The Man “ sent m!!!!

    Tony MurrayTony Murray5 oy oldin
  • Would like to see a covered stairwell unless u like ice and snow on your steps. But looking AWESOME

    James GoodmanJames Goodman5 oy oldin
  • Building house from not dried wood not a good idea.

    UU-Tech RUUU-Tech RU5 oy oldin
  • good video !! Thanks to share!

    juan mauricio Neirajuan mauricio Neira6 oy oldin
  • I love the work ethic you and Andrew have. I really enjoy watching both of your videos. Thanks

    John TiffaultJohn Tiffault6 oy oldin
  • Andrew is fast... But your faster!

    The BowzerThe Bowzer6 oy oldin
  • In one of you videos you talk about Himlock and White pine I find what you do very interesting And learn something new too

    Rich OvermyerRich Overmyer6 oy oldin
  • Like both of these guys. Glad to hear they are friends!

    Jerry HetlandJerry Hetland6 oy oldin
  • great job love to watch

    annette maddaloneannette maddalone6 oy oldin
  • good you are doing this yourselves, if you can avoid hiring carpenters do so. in my experience they are people you pay and never see again, or worse, they tear stuff apart then you do not see them for weeks. i can certainly understand how people dread contracting for anything. never contract without a lawyer that you hire.

    carryclasscarryclass6 oy oldin
  • Nice work....the building is very well designed geometrically.

    Steve DahlSteve Dahl6 oy oldin
  • Great video and audio, I can just feel the saw ripping through the wood - almost being able to smell the fresh wood being cut. Nice all around job, been watching all your old and new videos.

    Philip MorehousePhilip Morehouse6 oy oldin
  • Fantastic! Already looking forward to the follow-up!

  • Quite the scrap and dust piles....

    129673jh129673jh6 oy oldin

    jerome hubbardjerome hubbard6 oy oldin
  • That's is so neat ,good work.

    Ol 'Nam GruntOl 'Nam Grunt6 oy oldin
  • Do you burn the scrap pile...what becomes of it...thanks.

    xstugeexstugee6 oy oldin
  • im following andrew but i think i will follow you to. Keep up the good work

    david broströmdavid broström6 oy oldin
  • Hello Jesse ! Awesome videos but im curious why yoy havent buit yourselfe a big workshop ? Love watching you work, keep doing what you are doing ! From Erik Norway

    blv 93blv 936 oy oldin
  • Hud-son! i like my little oscar 28, then i see a 5.9 lol the only thing i like about dodge other the the nice heavy rearend , i cant believe this video has slipped past me

    Thomas HeltonThomas Helton6 oy oldin
  • Jesse, great vids! Andrew would mill logs into boards, assemble them back into logs and reconstruct the tree. No worries, you’ll get there😀

    Robert TRobert T6 oy oldin
  • What about the inside?

    Dessert ManDessert Man7 oy oldin
  • Proud Member of Andrew's Army here, and I Loved this video and how it all tuned out. Admire the respect you and Andrew have for one another and always there to help the other. Appreciate your videos. How long did this take form start to finish? will you at some point have to treat all that wood to weatherize it?? Look forward to future videos from both you and Dan..

    dloglesby57dloglesby577 oy oldin
  • Very nice building Jesse. Have a safe and Happy Easter.

    Brent King -gmail KingBrent King -gmail King7 oy oldin
  • What is the name of that hand crank scaffolding? I have never seen that before!

    Keith YoungKeith Young8 oy oldin