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Obie

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05-14-2011 03:05 AM

Topic tags/keywords: saw food gift toy humor blade

I hope this is ok to post here. I didn’t see a chit-chat forum. It IS somewhat wood-related, lol. I’m going to order at least 1 for a gift.

http://www.perpetualkid.com/pizza-boss-3000-pizza-slicer.aspx

-- "Measure Once, Curse Twice"


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dakremer

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#1 posted 05-14-2011 03:09 AM

haha. Thats really funny!! (there used to be a place to post things like this…but it got taken away from us because we were naughty)

That is cool – I want one!

-- Hey you dang woodchucks, quit chucking my wood!!!!

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MrsN

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#2 posted 05-14-2011 03:36 AM

I have one of these. It works great on thin pizzas, like cheap frozen pizzas. But if you have a thick crust pizza there is no way to rase the blade. It is really cool!

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bubinga

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#3 posted 05-14-2011 03:48 AM

THAT IS COOL
What is ,depth of cut ?
Does it have Saw Stop technology ?

-- E J ------- Always Keep a Firm Grip on Your Tool

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WayneC

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#4 posted 05-14-2011 03:52 AM

I wonder how long till Mads makes one.

-- We must guard our enthusiasm as we would our life - James Krenov

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cabmaker

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#5 posted 05-14-2011 04:30 AM

Use a thin kerf blade to get thru that thick crust.

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Tedstor

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#6 posted 05-14-2011 05:17 AM

I hope they sell a jig to cut geometrically perfect slices. Maybe an edge guide for square pizzas.

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C_PLUS_Woodworker

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#7 posted 05-14-2011 05:46 AM

Hey Bubinga,

Excellent post

My sentiments exactly. Gass sucks.

-- We must all walk our own green mile

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David Grimes

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#8 posted 05-14-2011 07:51 PM

Those little worm gear saws are great, I tell you.

Be advised, though, that you should go ahead and pony up for the wrist grounding strap accessory.

See, the plastic of the saw base and the pizza are not conductors, so if you scrub the base across the pizza, it is possible (according to some guy that drove past MIT one time) that the static buildup will spark the fumes from the processed cheese… not making an explosion per se, but more of a puff followed by an obnoxious smell.

Don’t you just hate when that happens?

-- If you're going to stir the pot, think BIG spoon or SMALL boat paddle. David Grimes, Georgia

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C_PLUS_Woodworker

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#9 posted 05-14-2011 07:55 PM

David, do you ground the pizza on the inside or the outside?

-- We must all walk our own green mile

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David Grimes

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#10 posted 05-14-2011 08:03 PM

Oh… silly me !

Just pass on the pepperoni and go for the ground sausage and you’ll do swell. Trust me.

-- If you're going to stir the pot, think BIG spoon or SMALL boat paddle. David Grimes, Georgia

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Dennisgrosen

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#11 posted 05-14-2011 08:24 PM

it has been posted before but its still a fantastic gadget to give to a woodworker :-)
and will always bring the smile when posted :-)

take care
Dennis

Ps. you ground the saw

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BentheViking

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#12 posted 05-24-2011 05:49 AM

This is way cooler than the hand saw I found on amazon once, that was a cake cutter…i tried to let get my wife to let us use it to cut the wedding cake but that was a no go

-- It's made of wood. Real sturdy.--Chubbs Peterson

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