Yeah, I do not write nonsense, it's you casually read and write too emotionally. I worked in a popular company (and I had a hand in it at the time), I wrote about it earlier. You can find it on the front pages of all search systems. search for words that are in the title of this topic.
I was there and developed the technology of the Canadian harvesting - with an absolute zero – no one from the Canadians learned me. I started to talk to them much later, when it began to be prepared and wanted to understand and to learn more.
I also got rid of the rose-colored glasses of the enthusiasm from the beginning of a new business and found myself thinking one day. What is the state of this industry nowadays if the ideas and a practice of a student are being introduced and presented as the latest achievements of a "Science"?. And this is in the company that dazzled the eyes in search systems... And what about those that on the third, 5, 135 page in Google...?
Incidentally, I want to try to turn the discussion in a constructive direction. So, I say that I know very well the reasons of a constant confrontation in the Internet, the supporters of various systems of cutting. Those who are now mainly represented on the log house market. There are carpenters, that abandoned in the end the bold management, which was located between them and the customers that coud leave a technology, a cutting, a research, and carpenters themselves..
They are only interested in money - no investments in a research and a development, a safety and a work relief, sandy and professional tools. Only the outer facade of this "business".
Therefore, the carpenters, who were said - "to build as in the photo", they do as they can using the experience that they have already had. It is not their fault that under the influence of "come on (quick)!, go ahead!", there is only a simulation. This is the result of years of the abnormal development of an entire industry.
The good news is that thanks for the Internet, mobile phones – there is a direct process of a "fraternization" with foreign colleagues and everybody enrichs with the new knowledge and the experience.
I made, at one time, a brilliant career of carpenters at a factory, but seeing whole this "business" from the inside, I chose to remain in the hoi polloi, which still want to understand something...
If we discard the famous phrase about the place of the attachment of the hands to the body, then the flaws are due to purely technical issues – a wrong or an awkward instrument, a violation of the technology, a lack of lifting equipment, a lack of a clear algorithm works....
Having the correct algorithm, you can do right.
With the growth of a professionalism decreases the time spent on each operation. Once, in Soviet times are widely used standards for evaluating the cost of a labor. A carpenter of 6-th bit must hewn the log for 15 minutes, of 2 nd – for 1 hour (figures are comparable and may differ from actual). Immediately, everything is clear. Why it costs so much...
The current pricing to customers is difficult to understand and is likely related to the location of dots on a false ceiling in the office...
I'm not trying to offend you, I got a lot of invaluable experience from my teacher Alexander Kurnakov (17 years in the cutting), especially all sorts of useful tricks for operations, but also a separately log perfectly licked, from which you can make supper, may be placed incorrectly in some common system.
As for the orders, I am not looking for them here, though I dont position myself as a manufacturer of log cabins, but simply I work with like-minded people, I have no team and I do not plan to build it up, a schedule that I had to fill, is filled almost till December this year.
I am here with one purpose, I have read this topic for a long time and I am following the thread of the discussion, but in my opinion, it didn’t go there. It is quite wrong to contrast the different systems of building log houses, they are all good and give the same result - a solid, clean and, where it is possible, a nice house for a human, who can not afford to build from logs for financial reasons. A carpenter’s work, for all possible improvements, is not easy itself and can not be sold for a pittance.
If there is no confrontation between the advocates of different systems, and the honest and professional attitude to the customer, the survey, which was opened here, should show the normal variation of aesthetic preferences of customers - some people like round timbers, someone like a half timber, someone like boards, someone like straight walls and someone love indirect angles ... etc.
I wonder when the "Canadians" will determine which of them is the first?
The question on the topic is not about "what is the best", but "what to choose." See the title.
P.S. I do not want to continue this discussion here.