Cutting a car in half? I vaguely remember hearing about them from a
Junkyard Wars-type TV show. I think Craftsman used to make one.
If someone has used one, I'm curious - are the blades slightly
different diameters? Or how are the blades close enough together to
effectively cut a single kerf, without the possibility of hitting the
The counter rotating blades help P-Factor and stability and if one blade
stops spinning. Oops! Those are propellers... <G>
I would imagine that the tool ends up working like a "nibbler", with the
blades taking small bites and opposite forces offsetting each other. I
would think it would work well on thin metals and plastic, and not bend
the finished edge.
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