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Desc:Made using the the world's heaviest wood.
Category:Educational, Science & Technology
Tags:Poetv watches people make stuff, wooden knife, lignum vitae
Submitted:MurgatroidMendelbaum
Date:05/22/18
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kingofthenothing - 2018-05-22
Suddenly, Legend of Mana makes sense.
TeenerTot - 2018-05-22
This is really neat. I wonder how long wood keeps an edge?
SolRo - 2018-05-22
For decades*


*Warranty void if you use it to cut anything

jfcaron_ca - 2018-05-22
Man that was tedious. I guess this was made in a tiny Japanese apartment where they don't tend to have room for a router or table saw.
blue vein steel - 2018-05-22
or even a belt sander and a skill saw.

blue vein steel - 2018-05-22
or someone needs to send this guy a Dremel

Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2018-05-22
Great channel.. Did you notice that the 2nd sharpest knife he made was made out of pasta? It was just below the carbon fibre one.
Also @jfcaron_ca I reckon this guy just likes doing *everything* by hand. Did you notice his hand drills?
Is there a higher than average amount of *extreme* repetition in Japanese culture? It seems to be a thing in their game design anyway.
Marlon Brawndo - 2018-05-22
This channel is pretty amazing.

In one video he makes a knife (a really sharp one) out of pasta flour. That's just badass.
betamaxed - 2018-05-23
Finally a knife that you can kill with but easily dispose of by handing it over to some beavers or to a pile of termites.
Anaxagoras - 2018-05-24
IT'S NITPICK TIME:

If something doesn't float, that doesn't mean it's heavy. It just means that it's denser than water. A 100 pound ball of cotton would also float. Until it gets soggy, at which point it would sink, thus increasing.... its.... density?

Look, the point is, somebody on the Internet was slightly inaccurate, and I must correct them as a way to signal that I have a big brain.

You're welcome.
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