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Hand Carved Pizza Wheel. Cortador de Pizza Tallado.

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Dont you hate when you cook Pizza in your home and you can´t cut the Pizza in equal slices …well that happened to me and I decided to make my personal Pizza accesories .

No odias cuando cocinas Pizza casera y a la hora de cortar, el cuchillo no es la mejor opción y las porciones quedan desiguales...? pues bien eso me pasaba  seguido hasta que resolví fabricar mis accesorios de Pizza personalizados.
 
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Step 1: Stuff. Materiales.

1 Stainless Spoon. 1 Cuchara de acero.
Piece of Wood. Pedazo de madera.
1” Screw. Tornillo de 1”.
Drill. Taladro.
Punzon.
Mask Tape. Cinta de enmascarar.
Math Compasses. compas de dibujo
Hammer. Martillo
Machete.
Buck Knife.AKA mikaela. Navaja Patecabra.
Cutter. Bisturi.
Sand Paper. Lijas de Diversas texturas.
Beeswax. Cera para muebles
Varnish. Barniz.

Step 2: Cutter Wheel.

Smash the Spoon over an Anvil, but first cover the Spoon with Leather or Rubber , if don´t Hammer will harm the Spoon Surface .
With the help of a math compasses find the center of the spoon trace a circle and drill a 5/32 hole, then punch the whole circle with the steel puncher, with the pliers you had to remove the remaining pieces of the Spoon.
File the wheel in the vice with a triangle file.

Aplasta la cuchara en el yunke o un bloque de madera grueso, envolviendola primero en cuero o una lona gruesa para que el martillo no dañe la superficie.
Con un compas encuentra el centro y traza un circulo lo mas grande posible y perfora un hueco. Empieza con el centropunto a marcar el circulo y con las pinzas quita los pedazos que sobran.
Luego en la prensa y con  la lima triangular dale la forma a los dientes de la rueda.O si lo prefieres sacale filo con la Pulidora o Esmeril.
zascecs4 years ago
Wow, nice... I'll probably do this some time...
Mr.Sanchez (author)  zascecs4 years ago
Hi there Would u pls vote for my entry ...?
http://www.instructables.com/id/Homemade-Belt-No-sew/
thnks
Mr.Sanchez (author) 4 years ago
Thnks 4 the coment...in fact I was afraid about the size of the wheel but to be honest it was fy first try and works so fine. You are Right abut the Oil. Anyway my purpose was to upcycle my Broken Spoons, But the largest wheel... I´m working On It. Soon I´ll submit the Upgrades.
Maybe you can try your hand at making a mezzaluna, they have one- handled ones that cut pizza slices or wide ones that cut a whole pizza in half.
Mr.Sanchez (author)  caitlinsdad4 years ago
Now we`re talking ....thnk u so much 4 the coment and the suggestion...I cant Wait to make some Mezzalunas carved in the Machete Way...
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Mr.Sanchez (author)  caitlinsdad4 years ago
http://tu.tv/videos/cantinflas-baile-bombero-atomico Mexican Dundee
caitlinsdad4 years ago
Very nice. I guess you could also put on a salad bowl/butcher block type of oil finish to the wood. All of my pizza cutters are large wheel to keep the cheese from sticking too much but with a small wheel maybe you could cut fancy curved cuts. The small wheel would allow you to put more pressure on the cut so you only need one pass to cut the pizza.
Behlen's makes such a finish for toys, butcher blocks or salad bowls that is non-toxic when dry.