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Old 11-01-2008, 08:59 AM   #1
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Happy Halloween - Look what you can do with A Sawzall


I really wish I had some videos or photos of myself carving these pumpkins, they were a huge hit with everyone that came by last night. Atfirst, I was telling people how I carved them and how quick it was, then I stoped, and allowed people to think I spent all kinds of time making them.

In reality, 4 large pumpkins took me about 10 minutes to carve. I put a 12 inch demolition blade in a milwaukee sawzall, and started cutting, it was pretty amazing how well it worked!

I set 120v cermaic sockets with 100w bulbs that were on clamp bases inside each of the 4 pumpkins.

Getting ready for Halloween was fun little DIY project invloving a power tool! (The Milwaukee Sawzall is an awesome tool, and I've only ever burnt up one of them)!

Happy Halloween!!!

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Old 11-01-2008, 10:05 AM   #2
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I used a Rotozip last year to do mine. It got a little messy but it was fun.

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Did you put a piece of the Sun in there or something?
Wow...that's bright!
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Did you put a piece of the Sun in there or something?
LOL...

Looks good! Now I know what to do for next year
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Old 11-11-2008, 03:01 PM   #5
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I watched a show on the travel channel about a guy who makes pumpkins that way, and makes a good amount of money off them every year.

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nice idea man!

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