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I like looking at neat projects people conceive, but I hate it when someone designs something which they have little to no experience using. Its apparent to anyone who has used a hacksaw that the blade must be kept under high tension to keep from folding, or worse, shattering into two or more pieces. PVC will not accomplish that task. People who use hacksaws having wimpy frames made even from metal have the tendency to use both hands, one in the back, one in the front. Thats a sure recipe for disaster as when the blade snaps it will puncture your forearm.And a tip for folks buying a PipeViper. It is actually designed to bend PVC in its cold state, so a power source/pipe heater doesnt have to be setup.
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