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Published on 10 May 2014 | over 3 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 beatarang.

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Music By: www.machinimasound.com (Summer Shade)

Project Inspired By:

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

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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