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    Arrow Make a saw for wood, kickback safety cover.

    I made a tree saw with kickback protection. Lubrication is carried out manually. I haven't thought about how to make automatic lubrication yet.

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    Thanks manshands! We've added your Angle Grinder Chainsaw Attachment to our Logging category,
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    That's awesome. I love all the other homemade tools in that video. The drillpress is neat.

    Just a tip though, rust is an insanely hard abrasive. Way harder than the hardened jaws of those calipers. Hit rusty steel with a flap disc before you score it with your caliper jaws.

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    for the auto oiler, how about use the movement of the yellow portion to accuate a pump piston to pump the lube. or add a cam to the nut that holds on the sprocket and use it to pump.

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    Oil holding tank could be in the hollow handle. Or fabricate a better one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nova_robotics View Post
    That's awesome. I love all the other homemade tools in that video. The drillpress is neat.

    Just a tip though, rust is an insanely hard abrasive. Way harder than the hardened jaws of those calipers. Hit rusty steel with a flap disc before you score it with your caliper jaws.
    Thank you very much for your advice, I will definitely use it!
    The channel has a video about all my tools and there are all plans for all projects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marksbug View Post
    for the auto oiler, how about use the movement of the yellow portion to accuate a pump piston to pump the lube. or add a cam to the nut that holds on the sprocket and use it to pump.
    I liked your second use of chain lubrication better. I also wanted to make a Mobius screw to supply oil to the grease fitting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moby Duck View Post
    Oil holding tank could be in the hollow handle. Or fabricate a better one.
    This is a great idea. Thank you so much!


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