Re: Using a circle cutter freehand
- From: Robatoy <design@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 03 Jun 2007 17:50:39 -0700
On Jun 3, 8:02 pm, "Morris Dovey" <mrdo...@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
If you're talking about a fly cutter, then I'll be proud to nominate
you for a 2007 Darwin Award (Woodworking Division).
Yup... let's mount a bar with a sharp end onto a bigger bar with an
attachment and mount the whole contraption and spin the sucker at 300
(the usual minimum speed on a drill press) and then feed it into a
piece of material, which usually isn't clamped down and sell the whole
killer tool combo for $ 9,99 to the great unwashed, who don't have a
People who SELL those things should be liable.
Better yet... let's screw one onto a radial arm saw!!!
I forgot who said this, but:
The difference between genius and stupidity, is that genius has its
BTW.. does anybody here remember that triagular saw blade for a
circular saw, so you could turn corners whilst cutting panels etc???
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