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Guy Makes His Own Scroll Saw – Out of Wood

by Paul Strauss
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Now you know you can run down to the local Home Depot and pick up a scroll saw for under 100 bucks, right? Well that didn’t stop one enterprising DIYer from building his own. Instead of using metal, this guy built his out of wood.

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Japanese builder Mikiono created this scroll saw almost entirely out of wood. Pretty much everything except for the saw blade, belt, wires and motor are handmade from plywood. Even the gears are wooden. But does it work? Absolutely. You can see the saw (see what I did there?) in action in the video clip below:

While many hand tools have wooden handles on them, it seems really unusual to me that you’d build a power tool from wood. I’d be afraid that it would saw itself in half. I guess Mikiono just wanted to prove it could be done. And a fine job you have done, sir.

[via Woodgears]

 




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Comments (4):

  1. 33783262262 says:

    Unfortunately, from the looks of the pieces, you need a scroll saw to make your scroll saw

  2. Phil Sharp says:

    I love it when someone proves that,it can be done! Be proud of what you do.

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