Quadruple Saw Blade

Introduction: Quadruple Saw Blade

This is my first Intructable. The way this came about was that I was trying to find plans all over the internet to build a Knex Sawblade as I didn't buy the Sawblade Thrill Ride set. So I had a go at building one myself I went through several different build to try and get it to work. The hardest part was trying to get the Wheels to spin the opposite direction to the arms, Then Finally success. If I get enough interest I will post a Step by Step on how to build this.


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    12 Discussions

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    btrog
    btrog

    7 years ago on Introduction

    It nice but i cant build it.
    Thats sucks dosent it. (i cant build it)

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    AtrumLuxLucis
    AtrumLuxLucis

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Well I do have plans to put a step by step. Is that what you mean or is it you don't have the parts?

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    AtrumLuxLucis
    AtrumLuxLucis

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    There is 14 on the smaller chain and 43 each on the 2 longer Chains. So all together that is 100 exactly. But will make a parts list when I come to make the step by step.

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    rathemighty
    rathemighty

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    well, here's hoping I can switch out the normal chains for the micro chains

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    AtrumLuxLucis
    AtrumLuxLucis

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    In a way I just wanted to see if I could build one. But now I have the basic system I could make it better or bigger.

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    knexator
    knexator

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Incredibly cool, but you could change the motor for a crank to choose speed

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    AtrumLuxLucis
    AtrumLuxLucis

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I did have on a crank, but too lazy to trun it so I tried out the power motor I had but it was too slow, So I decided to use the mains motor instead. Plus if it powered you can sit back and watch it go.