Introduction: The Saw Bit

Picture of The Saw Bit

I Don't  have the time for a Full intructable, so I posted a bunch of Pictures of my cheap replacement for a circular saw. But, Fear not, There will be an 'ible soon!!!!


crapflinger (author)2010-12-14

also known as the "i didn't like having fingertips anyway" device

Culturespy (author)crapflinger2010-12-14

lol, comment of the day!

I am in the shed! (author)2012-02-09

You don'say how its driven, If that spigot goes into a drill chuck, then its going to be spinning backwards so won't be AS dangerous ;) - just wouldn't cut anything too well... except flesh.
Unless of course the drill is in reverse - that would be fun!

You get points for noticing that!

Since I'm ambidextrous with slightly more strength in my left hand, it's easier for me to control the drill running in reverse.

proof if needed, that man is continuously evolving!!

I actually don't believe in evolution. So, yeah!

technosasquatch (author)2010-12-14

I hope this comes with a safety cage of some kind, or at least diamond plate body armor

it is actually very safe... seeing how me and my friends started cutting rocks with it to test it....

aeray (author)PerfectPantaloons2010-12-14

Rocks? Seriously. I've got to call troll or stupidity on that one.

PerfectPantaloons (author)aeray2010-12-15

lol yus, we threw them in a vice and started cutting them in half and the blade didn't do anything except wobble a little... it does wobble any time you use it but so does a circular saw so i'm not realy worried

pfred2 (author)PerfectPantaloons2011-10-20

You realize it wobbles because threads are pitched right?

PerfectPantaloons (author)pfred22011-10-23

yeah, that was pretty obvious

pfred2 (author)PerfectPantaloons2011-10-23

Circular saw blades don't wobble because they are held on arbors. Well, good ones don't wobble.

aeray (author)2010-12-14

What is the diameter of this frightening device?

PerfectPantaloons (author)aeray2010-12-14


aeray (author)PerfectPantaloons2010-12-14

Is it 1" in diameter, or 8" in diameter, or less, or more? How big is this mutilator?

technosasquatch (author)aeray2010-12-14

looks like it might be a 7-1/4" blade, the last photo has some size details

nickodemus (author)2010-12-14

Please, do use caution.

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Bio: My name is Brandon, and I live in Missoula, Montana. I enjoy fishing, Hunting, Kayaking, Backpacking, Snowmobiling, and Snowboarding. After a long day, I like ... More »
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