Today, when available, a chainsaw is used to reduce the effort required to obtain the most basic roughed-out shape of the hull. This method is less efficient than the other methods, as a great deal of wood is turned into sawdust rather than into planks or wood chunks that could be used for other carving and building purposes.

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