Guy demonstrates impressive mechanical saw that he invented himself

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+19 1. martynbiker commented 2 years ago

Damn! That is GENIUS!!
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+3 2. cameramaster commented 2 years ago

I STILL have scars on my fingers from woodwork classes when I was at school, I would have loved to have used this.
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+5 3. Natan_el_Tigre commented 2 years ago

CNC vs Steampunk? 8-)
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+6 4. woodhatch commented 2 years ago

So how did he cut the template? (Chicken and egg theory)
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-1 5. camoga commented 2 years ago

i think it is similar in the concept to using a jig
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+2 6. snotraddict commented 2 years ago

You'd have to do a lot of those to warrant all that work!
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+2 7. CorpseGrinder commented 2 years ago

#3 more like a hybrid between CNC and conventional machining, that is freaking genius!
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0 8. watsonlr commented 2 years ago

That's pretty slick, but I would think that the mechanism that holds the template would be hard to register in exactly the same spot for cut repeatability. Still, better than anything I've created from scratch...
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0 9. torbengb commented 2 years ago

And the work light is a very nice touch as well.

Good skills. If this is how he builds his tools, then his products must be rather good as well.
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+1 10. Judge-Jake commented 2 years ago

Well I want one and I don't even need one >:)
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+4 11. Magasul commented 2 years ago

Don't keymakers use this technology?....
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+3 12. Glubok commented 2 years ago

Smart and practical guy !
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0 13. thundersnow commented 2 years ago

My son-in-law would love to have one of those. This is Mathias Wandel, isn't it?
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+3 14. challenger451 commented 2 years ago

The concept is phenomenal!! His idea is really a template for a metal one. Over time wood would wear and lose the precision. I think he has a patent worth a lot of money. Of course, he could sell plans for word workers to make one at home, but the bigger picture is one made of metal. It certainly would save time. The only thing he is up against is the computerized router that can do all this via of compter programming, but very expensive.

Bravo for a great home made woodworking template template!!!
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+1 15. Guss commented 2 years ago

Thats not really new, it s a duplicator

like this one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFtp8nAzH4c
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0 16. Vaypay commented 2 years ago

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0 17. Urmensch commented 2 years ago

New inventions are often arrived at by combining older ideas.
Gutenburg came up with the printing press from the idea of combining a wine press with a coin punch.

Edit: I hadn't followed #15's link when writing my comment, and now I see that there are lots of variations on it in the sidebar to the sophisticated version in the link.