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Biuld your own razor saw

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Today I biult my own razor saw using an old razor blade handle and mini hacksaw blade 

step 1 get mini hhacksaw blade and remove dowels it of each end 

step 2 put hacksaw blade on razor blade handle 

step 3 cut hacksaw blade down to the length wanted 

step 4 cut stuff with new razor saw

it takes away about 1/2 of the material that the standard dremel cuting disk dose. 

 

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Good tip for rough cutting, definitely.

Only problem is that it's an awfully wide kerf for model work.

A Zona or X-acto razor-saw blade only leaves a .010" cut, and some of the PE blades are around .007".

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1 hour ago, Ace-Garageguy said:

Good tip for rough cutting, definitely.

Only problem is that it's an awfully wide kerf for model work.

A Zona or X-acto razor-saw blade only leaves a .010" cut, and some of the PE blades are around .007".

Yup. And what you have here is a coping saw blade. Might work for VERY coarse cuts. 

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