MN Company Claims Industry Standard for Chainsaw Firewood Marking Tools

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Acc-U-Mark announces the first pro-quality bar mounted marking tools for cutting firewood to consistent lengths.

Consistent length firewood is easier to stack and store, and always fits in the stove.

A Minnesota company has set the standard of quality for chainsaw firewood marking tools. Cutting wood to exact and consistent lengths is important, and these new tools from ACC-U-MARK make it fast and easy. The marking tool attaches instantly to the saw bar and allows quick, accurate notching to mark each cut. The tool is then removed from the saw bar for cutting.

Consistent length firewood is easier to stack and store, and always fits in the stove. Consistent lengths provide a more professional looking product for resale, and create a beautifully uniform wood pile.

Available in both adjustable and fixed-length models, these are lifetime tools made of high-tech materials. Consistent marks from can be made with ¼” accuracy from 16” to 28”.

The tools are designed to last a lifetime in the forest or wood yard.

ACC-U-MARK PRO Fixed Length Models
Professionals cutting large volumes of same-length wood prefer the fixed length models for a number of reasons. They’re a bit lighter, a bit beefier, a bit less money -- and no need to check the adjustment. Invaluable for getting consistent output from a crew bucking firewood rounds with chainsaws. Available in fixed lengths from 16" to 24".

ACC-U-MARK Multi-Dimension Adjustable Model
For those who find themselves cutting several different lengths of wood, the Multi-Dimension model is a single tool that offers infinite adjustability between 16” and 28”. Quick adjustment of the telescoping carbon fiber shaft is made via an aluminum compression fitting. Features the same magnetic base and marker as Pro models.

Acc-U-Mark firewood marking tools are available online at http://www.Acc-U-Mark.com

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