What is the deadliest statue ever? All of them, because they can fall and crush you. But one is even deadlier than the rest. This Knife Angel statue was built from over 100,000 knives which were confiscated by UK police.
You know those guys who can make anything into a knife? Plastic, paper, butter, whatever? Well, YouTuber Kiwami Japan is the mad leader of these geniuses. One of his more recent creations involved turning underwear into a kitchen knife.
Nope. Just nope. You won’t catch me playing the dangerous game of five finger fillet with a robot. I won’t even let a robot hold a knife around me. Are you crazy? Well, this guy must be.
Irfon Automation created this video which shows a subject playing a very risky game of the knife game with their Staubli TX40 robot.
Remember when The Backyard Scientist Kevin Kohler sliced through stuff with his rocket knife? Good times. Cool as that was, he knew he could do better, so he has now launched a 1,000° red hot rocket knife at a bunch of stuff just to see what would happen.
He slices a bottle of Coke, cans of Silly String, bread, and a row of lighters, packed with explosive butane.
The Backyard Scientist is back and his latest project involves a killer knife that will slice through anything because it is traveling on a track at 150 MPH. Pretty scary, but also pretty awesome.
The idea was to recreate his favorite Mythbusters’ experiment where they sliced a car (and a boat) in half with a rocket sled.
You know how it is, you’re sitting down and enjoying your dinner, spork in hand, when someone tries to steal your food. Well, they won’t be doing that if you are using Ka-Bar’s tactical spork, which sports a hidden blade.
Carrying a knife can come in handy for all kinds of unexpected situations. I carry one on me at all times and use it daily. However, the problem is, pocket knives aren’t the most convenient thing to carry while running.
Check out these wacky knives. These aren’t any normal knives though, they are made in Japanese Lolita style. They don’t roll off an assembly line somewhere; they are made by fourth-generation Japanese bladesmith Shingeki Tanaka.
One of them is a girly looking pink with hearts carved into the blade and is called “Lappin.”
YouTuber outaspaceman is a budding maker. Or a mad scientist. While learning how to use the Arduino, he accidentally built the opposite of the useless machine. It’s not exactly useful though.
The perfectly-titled Knife-wielding Tentacle is based on the Arduino tutorial program Blink Without Delay.
Will you be prepared when a virus is unleashed that turns us all into undead zombies? Better get yourself a weapon that will help you stay alive. Something like the the Swiss Army Machete, a zombie defense multi-tool that has it all.
It was made by Instructables member seamster, who is totally ready for a zombie apocalypse.
My daughter plays with a mix of toys from Barbies to cars. She doesn’t care if it’s a girl toy or a boy toy, she just wants something cool and fun to play with. She has a bunch of Barbie dolls, but nothing like this Swiss Army Barbie.
This weird toy mashup started life as a normal Barbie doll before Mikeasaurus turned it into something that would land you a deep cavity search at the airport.
What’s the greatest thing since sliced bread? Sliced and toasted bread. At the suggestion of one of his viewers, the mad inventor Colin Furze made a knife – a saw? – that toasts as you cut the bread.
The knife toasts bread thanks to its quick heating blade, so the Furzo Toasto can also toast bread that’s already been sliced, as well as melt butter over bread.
You can cut your fresh bread with any knife, but only one knife cuts it into handy pockets that make your bread sandwich ready. The Sandwich Knife gives you a single piece that consists of two slices connected at the bottom.
It is accomplished with a simple, but ingenious design.
There are always times when you need a knife. You have to open a package, cut the top off a bag of beef jerky, or remove a child’s toy from a dastardly box. Without a knife, you are left poking holes in stuff with a pen hoping it will come out.