WATCH: Carpenter Uses Flimsy Sheet Of Paper To Saw Right Through Wood

A flimsy sheet of paper devotes the mother of all cuts to a row of lumber in a new viral video.

John Heisz replaced his buzzsaw blade with a round article of regular printer paper, which he then used to saw through the wood.

This redefines’ paper piece, ’ I guess, ” the carpenter from Ontario, Canada, wrote Sunday on his woodworking website I Build It.

“And while this really doesn’t have any practical applications, it was interesting to do, ” he stated.

With humidity obligating the working paper “fairly limp with sweat, ” Heisz said it was “amazing” that his experiment even worked.

He afterwards tried to experiment his stopgap paper blade on a piece of aluminum, but it exactly “polished the edge before wearing out, ” he wrote. “The abrasiveness of the working paper working for you on lumber, but is no coincide for anything harder.”

Check it out in the time above.

Updated: May 31, 2017 — 8:55 am

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