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    Homemade power hacksaw - video

    Homemade power hacksaw. By Sek Austria. 17:17 video:




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    Miniature hand-cranked mechanized hacksaw - GIF

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    One of the co-owners of our ranch has one of those, his is a commercial model that actually runs SLOWER than that one.

    While it does get the job done I think I'll keep my Harbor Freight horizontal band saw.

    My wife declares the one at the ranch painful to watch. The shop my wife used to work in has a large commercial saw, so she's biased.

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    bonjour peut etre un vérin de voiture pour freiner la descente, un ressort ou un contre poids reglable comme sur les vieilles balances pourrait marcher

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    Hello
    Great design for the hack saw
    Maybe an adjustable counter weight on the saw frame would take some weight off the blade
    Leigh S, Australia

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    Part 2. 12:48 video:


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    Make sure your blade direction and motor rotation make the pushrod apply pressure to the cut and lift on the backstroke.

    I think you may want to reverse your blade.

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    Great Idea Leigh S. Keeps the blade from heating up to with the weight removed.



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