I got a shrinking sensation to watch him mess around with no concern for his own safety at all.
BUT, looks useful. In real time, does the change over take a long time to do?
I see the main advantage is that unlike a gas power saw, you could run that indoors.
I have a Remington electric chainsaw that I did run indoors.
It will be months before I get all the sawdust cleaned up!
Just don't. Don't.
There are plenty of legitimate uses for this. People who work carving large pieces of lumber out of trees, ship wrights for instance, use just such a saw. Mine is just cheaper. Although I am a boat builder, I don't know if I'll ever get the chance to use it for that. But just the tinker factor was fun.
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