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Saturday, October 8, 2011

Chainsaw Bat

75% done with the epoxy. Looks exactly as I wanted it to.

Next step spikes. Stay tuned, further updates as events warrant.


Gerardoavery cristian said...

The most important thing to consider is how will the saw be used? If you are planning on using the saw for general around the home use is one thing, but if you plan on making a living with your new chainsaw is quite another. The heavier your chainsaw is the more difficult it will be to handle, so keep it as light weight as possible.

Scruggs Earl said...

There are hundreds of different bits and different ways to use them, virtually all drill bits are talked about with the same vocabulary. other Depending on the material your drill bit is made of, it will, obviously, be better or worse with any given application or material.