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Awesome Chainsaws

Fun Uses for an Industrial Cleaning Laser

Fun Uses for an Industrial Cleaning Laser

The Backyard Scientist continues his trend of playing with stupidly dangerous things. After getting his hands on a 2000-watt industrial laser, he put it through its paces to set things on fire, weld metal, clean rusty surfaces, and cut down a tree like a laser chainsaw. At least he had the good sense to wear eye protection.

One-Handed Mini Chainsaw

One-Handed Mini Chainsaw

Because of their size and weight, chainsaws typically require both hands for safe operation. Make It Extreme shows how it’s possible to engineer and construct a compact chainsaw small enough to be held with one hand, yet capable of sawing through thick branches and making very rough cuts of lumber.

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Mighty Carver Chainsaw Knife

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Family stressing you out at holiday gatherings? Command the attention you deserve when you whip out a chainsaw to carve the turkey. While an actual chainsaw would be entertaining, we’d suggest the Mighty Carver, an electric carving knife which won’t end up destroying the bird or your dining table.

Chainsaw Robot

Chainsaw Robot

After creating a robot that gives haircuts to humans, Shane from Stuff Made Here has bestowed one of his robots with a far more dangerous tool than a set of clippers. While his chainsaw-wielding robot arm is designed for carving shapes from foam blocks, we could see it taking off an arm if there’s any bug in his programming.

WORX JawSaw

WORX JawSaw

This unusual power tool slices through branches up to 4″ thick with ease and without the major safety risks of traditional chainsaws. Its partially enclosed blade and scissor action hold work in place and limit kickback. Available in corded and cordless lithium ion versions.

Tree Weight Bench

Tree Weight Bench

Those of you who spend any time at the gym will be more than familiar with the sight of the good old weightlifter’s bench. Well if you’d like one at home, you could buy one from Amazon, or you could build one from trees, like Hudson and Duke White from Buff Dudes.

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