Hi, this toy chainsaw can be used on several occasions since trash movie to a fantasy party. It operates very simple: a button is pushed on the handle where it is held, which connects the engine and causes current to run. It was made with recycled materials that I had at home.
I hope you enjoy.

Step 1: Materials needed

- 04 gears of a bicycle rear derailleur gears (screw, inner cylinder and the two caps, each);

- More than 02 screws to the inner cylinder;

- About 75cm bike chain (run);

- Slatted wooden box *

* I used 3mm balsa wood as he had at home. Can also be used thick cardboard (0.5 mm) which is much easier to find.

- Cart with a gear wheel, as figure;


- Standard servo modified for continuous rotation (see the internet how to make this change);

- 2 hangers (servo arm as shown);

- 2 small screws or glue to attach the hangers.

- 1 support for four batteries

- 1 normally open switch

- Hot glue, glue, ruler, pen, pencil, etc ...
Umm, is there a video? I'm sorry that I find this hard to understand but it would help. I'm just a 13 year old trying to mess around and just try to get it to work. Will a video be up soon? Or could you link me to the video? Thanks!
Hi. Its a old project with no video but i will tri to make one. <br>
Putz velho, bom demais, criatividade &eacute; tudo!<br>Bom achar um BR aqui no site =D
Hehehe.. valeu!
Do you have a video of this going?
Oh yes. But I'm having difficulties to embending.
just upload to Youtube and post the link - this chain saw is so incredibly cool buuuuut in this day-and-age you gotta have the video demo. can't wait to see this baby in action!<br>
hehehe.. soon i will make other video
If you would like, I can embed it for you if you give me the link
It has a lik of running gear. You can place?
I think it's a good instructable in the design and planning and I especially liked the picture by picture detail of the build through the steps, but sadly, the sentence structure and word choices show the limitations of the translation software. I run into the same issues with user's manuals for some of the milling machines I use at work.
Thanks for the comment. Glad you liked the step by step.<br>I promise to improve my English, as far as possible.
This would be perfect for cutting down the cardboard tree in my backyard.
Hehehehehe..... I did exactly that thinking
at www.harborfreight.com you can buy an 18v rechargeble battery with charger for cheap . if you used that battery it would look more realistic but still ur projects cool
I will see it later. Thank you
Excellent work. It appears to be a left-handed chainsaw though. Even more sinister that way, though.

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