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Which is the Strongest Tree? Hydraulic Press Test!

Which is the strongest tree of Finnish forest? We are going to use our 150 ton hydraulic press and 150 ton force sensor to find out!
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Do not try this at home!! or at any where else!!

Music Thor's Hammer-Ethan Meixell


  1. Hydraulic Press Channel

    Hydraulic Press Channel

    3 kuukautta sitten

    If this does well we can try to find more different trees with same dimensions and do part 2 to get more trees tested. I don't have super varied tree selection on our own property but I think I can arrange couple trees if necessary from somewhere :D And here is link to my wife's channel fitop.infovideos

    • Estevao S Brasil

      Estevao S Brasil

      26 päivää sitten

      Mahogany, if it's possible.

    • Enzo Nico

      Enzo Nico

      27 päivää sitten

      priviet my friend, greeting from brazil. as an architect I would say it would be way better to dry them first!

    • Navi26er


      Uukausi sitten

      @Mohsan Hussain if you are talking about an erection, I dont think it will be strong. 1st: no one would like to see your penis on the press/ get you hurt And 2nd: it would just smash your little friend and you might never be able to use it again and get seriously injured. The loss of blood might even kill you. Dont try this at home 🙈🤯😱

    • Albin Ekenberg

      Albin Ekenberg

      Uukausi sitten

      Carpinus betulus (hornbeam) is extremly Hard and grows in Sweden at least. If you try the largest Fiskars ax on fresh hornbeam it just bounce of. To crack it has to be dried.

    • White Devil

      White Devil

      Uukausi sitten

      @101 The Og Hickory or Pecan. Both very similar.

  2. Sav Malloy

    Sav Malloy

    3 tuntia sitten

    Tree juicer 5000000

  3. Velius


    2 päivää sitten

    which is the JUICIEST tree?

  4. Unspeci


    3 päivää sitten

    Maybe use the juicer you made to get sap from the trees?

  5. Kael'Zildjian


    4 päivää sitten

    No oak?!?

  6. Eric P

    Eric P

    5 päivää sitten

    We need a tree juice taste test 😂

  7. verdatum


    8 päivää sitten

    Seeing the sap/resin drop out was SUPER satisfying. I would like to see more trees...please.

  8. Gemini demon 25

    Gemini demon 25

    9 päivää sitten

    These videos help me with my anxiety.

  9. Jacob R

    Jacob R

    9 päivää sitten

    It is fun to think about the max hight of a tree but sadly it is not easy to get water high enough to make something like that possible. Maybe if water was somehow lighter than we could have taller trees.

  10. Robin Drenth

    Robin Drenth

    9 päivää sitten

    Crush clothes or a music box

  11. Deena


    10 päivää sitten

    Dry seasoned wood.....wood (gettit) it be stronger?

  12. chimetimepaprika


    11 päivää sitten

    I bet that smells nice with the tree oils and sap

  13. krm gky

    krm gky

    11 päivää sitten

    do it again please with tropical wood spieceses. ekki , ipe , verawood, curupay etc.

  14. 90morfeo k

    90morfeo k

    12 päivää sitten


  15. Arturia Pe

    Arturia Pe

    12 päivää sitten

    ''What's your favorite juice ?'' ''It's complicated ''

  16. Luvias


    13 päivää sitten

    Squeezed a tree so hard it pushed all the water out.

  17. Pavel Peřina

    Pavel Peřina

    13 päivää sitten

    Don't you have oak and beech in Finland? And I think plums have quite hard wood as well. Spruce and birch is quite soft.

  18. I am never was & never will be

    I am never was & never will be

    14 päivää sitten

    Hickory is rated for over 135 tons but it would break the safety box when it pops out and cause a mini black hole to form over the South Pole so I would advise against it

  19. TheCrazyCanuck420


    14 päivää sitten

    Next up, we make tequila by crushing cactus.

  20. emfournet


    15 päivää sitten

    ASME: *heavy breathing*

  21. Anony Mous

    Anony Mous

    15 päivää sitten

    Do this again but actually crush them

  22. M E P

    M E P

    15 päivää sitten

    Results table please?

  23. Antonio Garcia

    Antonio Garcia

    16 päivää sitten

    try well-dried mezquite tree

  24. OverRatedProgrammer


    16 päivää sitten

    I want to see hickory

  25. Ryuou


    16 päivää sitten

    If you press ulin wood (iron wood) from kalimantan Indonesia

  26. Martin Caron

    Martin Caron

    17 päivää sitten

    Try extract maple syrup this way!

  27. Linas Vaičiukynas

    Linas Vaičiukynas

    17 päivää sitten

    This is one of the best videos :) we don`t really realize how much water there is in a log :)

  28. Johnathan Saegal

    Johnathan Saegal

    17 päivää sitten

    Two mile tree! Awesome :)

  29. Dangerous One

    Dangerous One

    19 päivää sitten

    The press is actually just a juicer.

  30. Theeraphat Sunthornwit

    Theeraphat Sunthornwit

    20 päivää sitten

    Do u want to drink trunk juice?

  31. joseph Sanchez

    joseph Sanchez

    20 päivää sitten

    Why he do gropt like that

  32. Amanda Farr

    Amanda Farr

    21 päivä sitten

    Yes, pineapples grow on American Pine trees.

  33. csezo2


    21 päivä sitten

    Try the acacia.It is hard enough.

  34. fly fin

    fly fin

    21 päivä sitten

    so pine is like finns, we never brake, just bend

  35. James M

    James M

    21 päivä sitten

    Dry out the wood. Fresh cut is still wet and flexible. Cured wood is a better test.

  36. Zayed Hasan

    Zayed Hasan

    21 päivä sitten

    Lolz... well sorry to say but I don't think you will ever be able to see any pineapple on the pine trees @3:55

  37. Bill Does Stuff

    Bill Does Stuff

    21 päivä sitten

    "Aspen is really good in saunas" is the most Finnish thing I've heard in a while, hehehe. Greetings from a half Finn Canadian who had also never seen one of those strange Pines anywhere here. Lol. I think you're right, they are those Pineapple trees we never get to see in the North, hahahaha.

  38. angela guinto

    angela guinto

    21 päivä sitten

    narra tree in PH must be a contender

  39. Veloci Fero

    Veloci Fero

    21 päivä sitten

    I am not pine with this

  40. Dark Rainbow

    Dark Rainbow

    21 päivä sitten

    Here in California, I pick pineapples off the pine trees every spring.

  41. Steve Keating

    Steve Keating

    22 päivää sitten

    Holeh Sheet!!

  42. Kyron Newbury

    Kyron Newbury

    22 päivää sitten

    You still get your fire woode using an axe?!?....loser - this guy probably

  43. valcarni1


    22 päivää sitten

    How to juice spruce

  44. Rusty Nailer

    Rusty Nailer

    22 päivää sitten

    Great stuff. I would try Ash, oak, Beech, Yew, Box, Apple and Hornbeam from near my house, if had a press.(!) I think Box would win, but truly have only an educated guess, being a retired wood cutter. We have Jarrah, Greenheart and purpleheart wood imported for coastal instillations down here in the South Coast UK, the sub tropical and tropical hardwood must be up there near the top I guess. Happy new year.

  45. Nick A

    Nick A

    22 päivää sitten

    To bad I can’t send you some Mesquite wood it’s a very hard Ironwood

  46. L P

    L P

    22 päivää sitten

    I understand this channel is for fun and not for scientific comparison on wood strength. But there are so many shortcomings it is hard to watch... still fun thought, so I guess this just makes me old whinging guy on the internet. To have more or less representative results, the pieces of wood should ideally be length/height and diameter normalised. Longer piece will make it weaker and bigger diameter stronger. Obviously, rotten would should not be used, but as well it should be humidity normalised e.g. it is wrong to compare almost "alive piece" with the piece which was laying in mud for 3 months and the other piece which is partially dried in the shed. I guess relatively good test would be to try fresh cut wood and the dry the same wood in controlled environment to similar stated and try again to see how much drying changes the characteristics. Finally, to make test more accurate I would except at very least 3 piece of each wood to be tested and average results to be presented with outliers eliminated.

  47. Marvin Baguyo

    Marvin Baguyo

    22 päivää sitten

    I only heard this accent ever from the TV.

  48. Third World Nerd

    Third World Nerd

    22 päivää sitten

    This freaking satisfying.

  49. Cathoduzz


    22 päivää sitten

    Can you crush tools? Like competition style? Maybe compare wrenches or sockets from various competitors and see which ones crush the fastest and last the longest. So put craftsman sockets up against duralast, companion, husky, etc and see which makes the strongest tools

  50. Donny Moose

    Donny Moose

    23 päivää sitten

    cut the wood shorter

  51. Franz Pflanzl

    Franz Pflanzl

    23 päivää sitten

    please try it with larch and oak

  52. 유리 큐브 제왕Lord of the Glass Cube

    유리 큐브 제왕Lord of the Glass Cube

    23 päivää sitten

    Huh, my grandpa has the same trees in his backyard.

  53. Ramil trainer

    Ramil trainer

    23 päivää sitten

    These are all sub par woods,maximum strength woods are Lignum Vitae,African Blackwood,Australian Gidgee,Ipe,Bulloak and Quabracho.Would be nice to see those.

  54. jagdeep panag

    jagdeep panag

    23 päivää sitten

    The way they say 'ohho' is amazing 😂😂😂

  55. Acticis


    23 päivää sitten

    Tee sama metrin oksattomilla pölleillä, halkaisija 10cm ja laita puu päistään tuetuksi. Selvitä murtolujuuksia kun rankaa painetaan keskeltä.

  56. Robert Riffle

    Robert Riffle

    23 päivää sitten

    The two of you need to get a life.

  57. DJ


    23 päivää sitten

    dry wood is stronger, they should have all been dried out before testing

  58. chazziginnit


    23 päivää sitten

    Seasoned and turned to same diameter would be better IMO. Would also like to see how oak compares.

  59. Zachry86


    24 päivää sitten

    It would be genuinly interesting to se a setup for splitting wood and some measurements. This to consider when buying wood splitter. Remember to test some really bad wood with branches / knots also

  60. Achilles Egaruoc

    Achilles Egaruoc

    24 päivää sitten

    3km Birch. Lmao

  61. PewnedBywat s

    PewnedBywat s

    24 päivää sitten


  62. AydronotlDraws


    24 päivää sitten

    The fact that they pressed water out of those trees will forever amaze me

  63. Anders Backlund

    Anders Backlund

    24 päivää sitten

    Id like a glass of spruce juice please

  64. mAnnu SRT

    mAnnu SRT

    24 päivää sitten

    Can you crush politicians

  65. C74E1


    24 päivää sitten

    3AM on the toilet watching trees getting crushed 🥴

  66. Derek Borba

    Derek Borba

    24 päivää sitten

    Do you not know a ton is 2k pounds? You called 39k pounds 18 tons

  67. ChocoGarfind


    25 päivää sitten

    Cindy, the tree is leaking

  68. Kurt Kiernan

    Kurt Kiernan

    25 päivää sitten

    What about oak?

  69. RaiNy


    25 päivää sitten

    I wanna see TEAK, how strong it is

  70. Gary V

    Gary V

    25 päivää sitten

    Wonder what that tree juice tastes like. Water?

  71. H. S.

    H. S.

    25 päivää sitten

    I wish you would weight how much kg. they are before the test.And also I want to indicate something more.Pine tree wasn't completely right angle but it was nice and enjoying test.Thanks.

  72. Pony Boy

    Pony Boy

    25 päivää sitten

    Well, if the videos don't work out, you could start a turpentine pressing business ;)

  73. Robo Cathat

    Robo Cathat

    25 päivää sitten

    Wow, so wood is just really strong sponge.

  74. Thomas Mica

    Thomas Mica

    25 päivää sitten

    Как нарубить дрова без топора

  75. Thomas Mica

    Thomas Mica

    25 päivää sitten

    how to chop wood without an ax

  76. Michael


    25 päivää sitten

    you can't get water from a rock, but apparently if you use enough pressure on a log you can have water pour out of it

  77. White Bread

    White Bread

    25 päivää sitten

    Pineapples?? 🤷🏻 on pine trees?

  78. Gurn Blanstein

    Gurn Blanstein

    25 päivää sitten

    Oh God that accents too much lol

  79. The_Mushroom_Lad


    25 päivää sitten

    Odd I can smell sap

  80. msamour


    25 päivää sitten

    I am shocked. I can't believe you underestimated Spruce. My dad built his house with this in the early 80's. I have to go demolish the attached garage which was made of pine. The house has been sitting empty unheated for 10 year. The garage rotted, but the house is still mint. All I need to do is remove the drywall and insulation and start over again.

  81. david munro

    david munro

    25 päivää sitten

    Try hemlock and tamarack because rhey are used for pit prop timbers in mines?

  82. Mike


    26 päivää sitten

    You guys are funny

  83. Kurtis Kuchcinski

    Kurtis Kuchcinski

    26 päivää sitten

    Oak and Ash please.

  84. finnish letsplay

    finnish letsplay

    26 päivää sitten

    Oiskoha kuusi tai mänty ku niis on kova rakenne

  85. Metal Steel

    Metal Steel

    26 päivää sitten

    try to crush a hydraulic press!

  86. Ricky R

    Ricky R

    26 päivää sitten

    Haha pineapples do not grow on pine-trees pine cones do

  87. michal s

    michal s

    26 päivää sitten

    spróbuj z sezonowanym drewnem.

  88. juan lopez

    juan lopez

    26 päivää sitten

    Try dry teak !

  89. Frodo's Adventures

    Frodo's Adventures

    26 päivää sitten

    Should try a piece of Australian Iron Bark in the press! It would take a lot more weight than that. It would cost a fortune to get it to Finland though!

  90. Rob Fanzega

    Rob Fanzega

    26 päivää sitten

    What is your wife's channel?

  91. John Nelson

    John Nelson

    26 päivää sitten

    That in no way was a scientific test. If you want a true measure of strength, you should have cut each log segment into pieces of exact measurements. Then you should have dried each one so that their moisture contents were the same.

  92. Andreas Hutterer

    Andreas Hutterer

    26 päivää sitten

    Teleshopping! The TREE-JUICER!!

  93. Antón Oyarce Aedo

    Antón Oyarce Aedo

    26 päivää sitten

    No Taste-Test for the treewoodjuice that comes out ):?

  94. Hedayat SM

    Hedayat SM

    26 päivää sitten

    Did he say pineapple grows on that tree? 😂🤣

  95. Justin Bailey

    Justin Bailey

    27 päivää sitten

    Cool concept, definitely need dried trees at the same moisture levels to get more accurate results

  96. Levi Karkiainen

    Levi Karkiainen

    27 päivää sitten

    Finland? Is this where this is being filmed?

  97. Michael Crump Jr

    Michael Crump Jr

    27 päivää sitten

    What about hardwood? Oak, mahogany, catalpa

  98. J. Wicker

    J. Wicker

    27 päivää sitten

    Try Ironwood.

  99. love that TRUMP

    love that TRUMP

    27 päivää sitten

    The press is a dual use tree juicer !!!

  100. David Sanders

    David Sanders

    27 päivää sitten

    id like to see a comparison for flat grain I think it could do more if it didn't roll. As a carpenter I guessed 20,000lb I was surprised to see some hit 50k. I'd like to see Maple or Oak too.