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post #2511 of 4504
Lol, my cheapo miter box back saw hasn't a gouge in it. And not for lack of use. tongue.gif

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post #2512 of 4504
Thought I would share a new mod by David Cathey. It has been a while since I have seen a mod that was this radically "different". Amazing job all the way round. I think he will be entering it in the CoolerMaster mod contest.





post #2513 of 4504
That's very cool thumb.gif
post #2514 of 4504
Bizarre, yet cool. Definitely interesting and creative. Not my style though...lol

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-Jason
post #2515 of 4504
Wow nice work, Its not until you look at the Monsoon res you realise how big it is.
That would creep the Mrs out for sure lol
post #2516 of 4504
I had the same thought/response. Amazing idea and amazing execution...not a huge fan of bugs in general but the fact that it creeps me out a little is sort of a testament to the craftsmanship in a weird way.
post #2517 of 4504
Although I'm sure that thing took some effort to make, I didn't want such a thing in my house biggrin.gif
I find it more "special" than pretty. Maybe a small kid would think it could be awesome to have in hos room..
post #2518 of 4504
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Originally Posted by Malum View Post

Although I'm sure that thing took some effort to make, I didn't want such a thing in my house biggrin.gif
I find it more "special" than pretty. Maybe a small kid would think it could be awesome to have in hos room..

My son would love that build. Though I would definitely have to hardline it cause if it has any flex in it at all, he'll have it apart. Should see the bottom of our rattan wicker stand. He's got one leg in tatters. tongue.gif lol

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post #2519 of 4504
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I would appreciate it. I actually had one other guy that could not cut a tube without chopping the crap out of the miter box--a lot worse than you even. If I can replicate your observation it might explain why the miter box is easy and works well for everyone but then very rarely--like one in 5,000 or something--there is a customer who just swears it is impossible to use the miter box.

Ok, I finally had a chance to photo how the saw blade got installed incorrectly. First picture shows correct placement. Second pic shows blade in place incorrectly but not yet locked or snapped into place. If you look closely at the pic (or better yet at an actual saw) you can see that there is a "pocket" for the horizontal lock pin to sit in. If you're not paying attention rolleyes.gif, you can position the lock pin below the ridge that forms the bottom of the pocket. The plastic handle will still lock the blade in place like it is supposed to with no problem. However, with the pin positioned below the ridge and out of the pocket, it gets twisted (see 3rd pic). There is enough tension to hold it in place but, at least in my case, I could never get a straight cut. As soon as I locked the blade in place correctly (as in the first pic) the cuts were flat like they should be.





I know I was pressing too hard in the beginning and that was a big part of the problem. Once I backed off a bit and started cutting slow and easy, it got better but there was still a definite angle to my cuts. I also learned that if you put tape on the tube at the cut point, that can elevate the tube off the bottom of the miter box. If you then press on the tube at the back of the miter box (far end from the cutting end) to hold the tube steady while cutting you can actually tilt the tube up (because you are pressing the untaped section down to the bottom of the miter box). It's not much of a tilt, but it can definitely affect the angle of the cut.

Hope that all makes sense - if it's not clear let me know.
post #2520 of 4504
Love the "bug" build. Any idea if he's named it? Looks like something from Starship Troopers.
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