Check out these ideas and plans for homemade firewood processors so you can build your own homemade wood splitter and save yourself a lot of time and money.
Hydraulic Wood Splitter
Keep your wood box full without a lot of effort with this DIY hydraulic system that will split wood with ease and help keep your home warm all winter.
Small and Portable
A homemade log splitter can be both powerful and small. And the portability of this log splitter plan makes this one a winner for anyone wishing to heat their home with wood.
It’s easy to turn large trees into stacks of firewood with this 30-ton powerhouse log splitter. Follow this YouTube instructional video on how to build a log splitter so you can turn large trees into small pieces of wood ready for the fireplace.
Two-Way Log Splitter
Use these step-by-step instructions on how to make a log splitter and you’ll be able to build a powerful wood splitter that can cut both large and small pieces of wood quickly and easily.
No Lifting Wood Splitter
Here’s a wood splitter that will lift the wood for you and put it into place on the machine. Follow these detailed instructions for a DIY machine that will split your wood and save your back.
Unicorn Wood Splitter
This DIY wood splitter takes a different approach to the task by using a sharp-ended auger style splitter instead of a blunt edge.
Sometimes it’s easier to take the log splitter to the wood instead of bringing the wood to the splitter. These DIY plans will enable you to build a strong and portable wood splitter very inexpensively.
Scrap Metal Log Splitter
A little scrap metal laying around your home can be transformed into a homemade firewood processor with this simple building plan.
Manual Log Splitter
Easy to follow diagram will enable you to build this manual log splitter with very little out-of-pocket expense. This one requires some elbow grease to use, but still makes splitting wood a lot easier and quicker than just using an ax.
Flywheel Wood Splitter
Scrap parts and a little ingenuity created this flywheel wood splitter, and now you can build your own by following this instructional video.
Quick Working Log Splitter
Turn a pile of felled trees into neat stacks of ready-to-burn wood for the wood heater or fireplace in no-time with this quick working log splitter design.
Foot Power Design
This easy-to-build DIY log splitter does its work with foot power. Easy to build and easy to to use, just step down on the pedal to split the log.