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Who would have guessed a rusty old table saw blade could make such a nice batarang?

In this project turn some old shop accessories, into high-speed, superhero throwing stars.

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WARNING:

Never throw at people or property. Possession or use of throwing knives or throwing stars may not be legal in your area. Check local laws before attempting to duplicate. Use of video content is at own risk.

<p>Such a cool project, can't wait until my chopsaw blade needs replacing</p>
<p>I can't find the template ANYWERE. can someone please help me find one?</p>
<p>My son loves your videos and we are actually making him his own little area to make his projects for his birthday. I have been watching your videos and gathering up all of the materials he will need, organizing it all in his &quot;king of random&quot; cabinet. He will be so excited! If you do anything special for birthdays or even give him a shout out...that would make his day. His name is Liam and he is turning 10. toddleru@gmail.com</p>
<p>Loved making this. Think I'll make a collection of them. Thank you for the guide. </p>
<p>You think that you can make other shapes, such as normal shurikens?</p>
<p>I tried a whole slew of metal cutting jigsaw blades, and none of them worked that well. So I busted out the angle grinder w/ a cutting wheel. Here is the first 10 that I made from an old 10&quot; blade. I just made another batch of 6 from a 6&quot; blade, which are headed off to get powder coated soon enough</p>
I'm pretty sure that paces are two steps, not one (at least in orienteering).
Here is mine that I made, I had to custom draw the template because I couldn't find one from the movie so I got the parameters and got to work.
that's it<br>
I made one batarang. I will be very happy if you like it
Wow , seen you on Youtube a lot! But now my con is not good. Didnt know you have Instructables
<p>I love ~ but what blockbuster better?</p>
<p>What do you do to make the paint permanent ? As the spray paint comes off after few good games.</p>
maybe anodizing would be a good idea.
<p>Dear Sir..... I like to say, that I'm glad there is someone like your self doing things like that.... it'a amazing and a learning curve for many of us I want to say thank you for these experiments</p><p>Regards</p><p>Oliver</p>
<p>OH MY GOSH THAT'S SO COOL!!!</p>
awesome
<p>I will be making a set of these to be used to play darts with, expert level! Thanks!</p>
<p>&quot;Batarang&quot;...suggests that it comes back to you...(like a boomerang). Chucking this and have it turn around and come back at ya is probably not a good thing :-)</p>
<p>I was looking for an excuse to replace my table saw blade! Nice project Grant. Thanks for sharing it here!</p>
<p>When I become Batman, I will be hiring you, through numerous subsidiary untraceable corporations, of course. This is amazing.</p>
Wow, this was easier than I expected
awesome design just like the one I see with my fav youtuber but the vid on youtube has been out for a while
<p>I love the use of your old O-Chem book! </p>

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