How to Make a HOT Blade

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Introduction: How to Make a HOT Blade

About: Check out my YouTube channel, for similar projects.

Some times cutting plastic to make custom designs, creating enclosure for your new project or creating a hole in your of the self plastic enclosure to pass cables; can be tough with conventional tools like saw and drills. Here is a cheap and easy solution for this issue.

Step 1: Quick Video

Here is a quick video, which will take you through all steps in few minutes.

Click here to watch it on youtube

Step 2: Things Needed...

Here is the list of Items needed to make this HOT Blade:

look up Attached images in case of doubt.

Step 3: Assembly

Follow these steps to assemble HOT blade:

  1. Remove blade form the blade knife. It's really simple, just take out top cap and slide the blade out.
  2. Brake off extra segments in blade to achieve required size of blade, using groove in the cap.
  3. Remove soldering bit form the solder iron by unscrewing the screw. (Do not loose this screw)
  4. Mount blade on solder iron using screw.
  5. Plug your solder iron in power plug and there you have your hot blade.

You can have a look at these steps in video attached in step 1.

Step 4: HOT Blade in Action

Thanks for your time.

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    9 Discussions

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    DevindaD1
    DevindaD1

    2 years ago

    its nice

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    youssefi3
    youssefi3

    3 years ago

    NICE

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    evrenucar
    evrenucar

    4 years ago

    That`s a useful tool! But please don`t snap those blades towards yourself next time ;) Metal shards might fly into your eyes if Its not a quality blade.

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    BeachsideHank
    BeachsideHank

    4 years ago

    With a lamp dimmer control and a blunt tip, this can also seal poly bags as well, adjust dimmer until fusion just occurs.

    Nice tool you have here, very useful and inexpensive.

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    miniProjects
    miniProjects

    Reply 4 years ago

    Nice idea.

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    BettyHill
    BettyHill

    4 years ago

    I like it.
    It's brilliantly simple.