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Nice 'ible, it started my thinking... :)Got some questions, thoughts:1. What is the thickness of the circular saw blade?2. What is the thickness of the sawzall blade?3. How did you fixed the pins in their places? Simply gluing them?4. What force is needed to open/close the blade?5. I think the pin at the end of the handle - which the sawzall blade revolves around - is the weakest spot, maybe that should be made from some hardened steel, or have some bearing/bushing. The hardened steel of the sawzall blade is pressed to the pin, so it will eat itself trough it really fast.6. Doesn't the sawzall blade "eat" the inner edges of the handle when it gets closed? (this depends on the thickness difference between the two blades)7. Finally could you post some video about opening/closing/using the axe/saw?
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