Woodworker Replaces Table Saw with Paper and it Actually Cuts Through Wood
If you were under the impression that paper was weak and couldn't cut through anything, prepare to have your mind blown. YouTuber John Heisz has decided to scrap his metal table saw for a much sturdier paper saw. At first, when the paper table saw blade is attached, it looks as if it would simply tear the moment touched anything. Much to everyone's surprise, it starts cutting through paper, cardboard, and it even does a decent job of cutting through wood, before it breaks. Check out the paper table saw in the video above.
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