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Neat idea. That should do the job and most likely a lot of other things could be made from used blades. Thanks for sharing
 

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Looks very useful. How did you attach the handles to the blade?
 

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I used gorilla glue epoxy to attach the handles.
 

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Awesome job Joe! Nice execution. Love the walnut. Welcome to LumberJocks.
 

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Very creative.
 

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Great idea!
 

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Recycle, reduce, reuse. Great! How much does it weigh?
 

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I just removed my old blade a few weeks ago. Thanks to you, it will be removed from the scrap metal pile for repurposing. Nice work with yours.
 

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Slingblade.
Nicely done….................
 

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Be careful. Someone might start calling you the Lawnmower Man.

Thats really one of the most unusual projects I have seen in a while.

Definitely deserving of a Top 3
 

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Now THAT is a drawknife! I imagine it will remove what you want removed and pretty quick. Nice job!
 

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Great idea…What kind of bevel did you put on it?
 

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It looks good especially the walnut. I'm sure it will get plenty of use. Great job!
 
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