YouTuber and woodworker extraordinaire Frank Howarth is at it again - this time building a push stick that resembles a hand saw.

"I have made a push stick that looks like a hand saw," says Howarth. "The handle is made from a piece of maple and cut on the CNC machine. I finished shaping the handle by hand. The blade is also cut on the CNC machine from 1/4 inch birch plywood.  I joined the handle and blade with three bolts."

Howarth's videos are popular on Woodworking Network. He's the creator of the bamboo Death Star and turner of the wooden eyeball. Take a tour of the finished woodshop here.
 
In honor of Star Wars Day (May 4 - May the Fourth be with you), Howarth constructed a wooden Death Star – and filmed the process in timelapse.
Howarth built the bamboo death star using a CNC, a lathe, and conventional equipment - filming the entire process in timelapse.
 
He also turned a built dust collection for his DeWalt radial arm saws; turned wooden eyeball from maple, cherry, birch, walnut, and ebony; and turned a segmented walnut & redheart bowl. And he built a motor mount for his surface sander. Check out his projects.

 

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