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Drill Powered Hand Saw – Making Gears From Wood!

3d wow colored speech textThough most of us would use a reciprocating saw for this task, there still is the woodworker that loves to build things that have moving parts. The time involved can be a problem for most of us, but if you do have the free time to do a project as such, then you take pride in the results.

What you see below is a drill powered hand saw. This is a great design, and this woodworker is known for a lot of the gears that he makes in his shop out of wood. Very innovative, and fun to watch. I personally have a list of woodworking projects that I want as well as my wife wants me to make, so I am going to put this project on hold and just use my reciprocating saw for now. But it is still fun to watch what he has done with wood:


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