This is an update to a video I did 6 years ago. This $150 has been used to cut thousands of circles and maybe 10 blade replacements in 5 years. ORIGINAL VIDEO IS HERE:

Nicely done. Thanks for posting! <br>
I'm starting to feeling like I've been punked. The more I think about it, it seems impossible for that straight blade to make such a tight curve like that. I believe you, I think, but ... this isn't April fools is it? <br>
Real, the progressive raising of the blade creates a curved bevel on the outer cutaway piece. The inner stays smooth. It would not work as a one shot cut so the raising makes it possible.
Then you should try making a round wooden bowl with a table saw: <br> <br>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5LN2cNNdt8 <br>or a sphere with a circular saw: <br> <br>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y94nv12L5_4
cool use of an old table saw. I'da never thought to do that. thanks for sharing the video <br>
Pretty cool. This goes well with your other video on the subject: https://www.instructables.com/id/CUT-A-PERFECT-CIRCLE-TABLE-SAW/
Thank you for the nice comment. Hard to believe the other video was made almost 6 years ago.

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