As a young man, Mark Hensley learned that a chainsaw could transform the lives of his family.
Now, as a mechanical technician at a construction site, he is learning to harness the power of electricity.
Hensly, 34, has made a name for himself in the world of electric chainsaw repair, and he plans to spend the rest of his career doing just that.
Henson’s business, Electric Chainsaw Repair, is the brainchild of his father, Richard Hensling, a retired engineer.
A lifelong fan of the machines, he says his son has taken the hobby to a new level of intensity.
“He has a very strong interest in electrical technology,” Richard Henson said.
“I know this is going to be a little bit different for him.
I know it’s going to take a little while to get there.”
Electric Chainsaws: A Life In Action Electric chainsaws are one of the most powerful and versatile tools ever invented.
They can cut a swath through wood or fabric, cut through concrete and steel, cut across concrete, and even bend steel beams.
They also have the potential to cut through asphalt.
Electric chainsaw owners often work as part of a team, with each individual working on his or her own projects.
“You have to have some level of confidence that you can do this and that you’re going to succeed,” said Hensleys father, who retired in 2015 after 26 years with the construction company where his son works.
“That’s a big part of why I love it.”
Electric chainswaws are made of wood, but they can be made from a variety of materials.
Some are made from plywood, a thin material that can be cut from a tree or tree stump.
Others are made out of wood chips.
The plywood has a tendency to crack and become dull and brittle as it ages.
A metal piece can also be made, but it’s much more durable than wood.
A typical electric chainsaws can produce about 2,000 volts of electricity, which can be used to power an LED light, heat a water tank or make a vacuum.
Some electric chainswists can also produce up to 300 volts of power, which is more than most people use in their homes.
To start working on a chainsaws, you must have some skill, but not too much.
“The most important thing is to have the skills to be able to understand the machine and the machine can handle it,” Hensler said.
A basic electric chainsawed works by cutting a piece of wood or metal that has been split into two halves.
The first half of the wood or material is then cut with a saw.
The second half is pulled through a hole in the saw.
This action causes a spring to spring up in the blade.
The blade is then brought to a grinding motion, which creates a blade that is capable of cutting a wide range of materials, including wood, metal, and concrete.
As the blades become sharper, they become more powerful, cutting more quickly.
“It’s a great tool for any woodworker,” said Mark Henson, who has been working as a chainswist since he was a kid.
“If you need to cut a piece that’s 20 inches long, you can use an electric chainsword and it cuts it in a matter of minutes.”
It’s the power that comes from the blades that makes the electric chainsweld the heart of electric repair.
“Electric chainsaws have a lot of potential,” said Richard Hennesley, who helped build a chain saw company for 40 years.
“They’re really easy to work with.
You can’t really tell what the power is going on.
If you’re cutting something heavy, you might think you’re doing something wrong, but you’re actually cutting something that’s lighter.”
Henslers business is a partnership between him and a fellow mechanic named Chris.
“This is the dream of my life,” Henson explained.
“Chris and I are both professional machinists.
We’re very close friends.
I just started my own business, and I had to come to terms with the fact that I couldn’t be a part of it.”
Hennesleys father said that working with Chris helped him develop the skills needed to build his own electric chainswords.
“When we started the business, we started with a little pocket of money,” Richard said.
Then, he said, he started working on the machines with the idea of having the business succeed.
“We knew that we couldn’t just keep working on it as long as we had money, but we had to get a little bigger to get people to see the potential of it,” he said.
Hennes’ father started out as a machinist and then eventually became a chainswelder.
His father said Chris, who is a macho guy, saw that he was doing something special.
“After we started working together, we knew