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Published on 10 May 2014 | over 2 years ago

So you want to be a superhero, do you? In this video you'll see how to up-cycle a junk table-saw blade, into a real life batarang.

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[✓] Metal File Kit: amzn.to/2cUSgeL

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Project Inspired By:

"How To Make a Real Ninja Star / Shuriken - The Art Of Weapons" bit.ly/1nflvdB

WARNING:

Never throw at people or property. Possession or use of throwing knives or throwing stars may not be legal in your area. Check local laws before attempting to duplicate. Use of video content is at own risk.

Project History & More Info:

I was amazed and impressed, that with a simple jigsaw, nearly any reasonable shape could be cut from an old saw blade. My first thought was to make a "batarang".

Of course it takes a lot of time and patience to make the rounded cuts, and while practicing, I went through more jigsaw blades than I should have, but this was one of my first projects playing with the art of cutting metal, and has opened a whole new world of possibilities.

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