Why were chainsaws invented

Why were chainsaws invented?

In 1780, two surgeons devised the chainsaw to facilitate the removal of pelvic bone during delivery, making it simpler and faster. It was operated by a hand crank and resembled a modern-day kitchen knife, with small teeth on an oval-wrapped chain. The current chainsaws we’re used to seeing are mostly employed to cut down trees. …

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