As always, John Heisz can transform old, rusty blades into lovely works of art. This time, he turns a circular saw blade into a drawknife. A drawknife has two handles on each side and a blade that is meant for shaving down wood. Seeing a straight blade come out of a circular saw is pretty impressive, but what might be even cooler is how Heisz created the two handles: he bent the steel and burned it into the wooden knobs, and added copper coils at the end for style.
Watch A Circular Saw Blade Get Transformed Into A Two Handle Straight Drawknife
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