Dominic Knepper: Bigger, finer blade, and more water.
Shaun Schofield: Is this a continuous diamond blade???
Kim Sorensen: hmmm can i make glasses out of liquor bottles this way? Do I need a glass blade r does the regular blade work?
provyprov: what kind of saw blade are you using for this?
Kelly oxo: I have seen people put lights in them.
greeto27: How smooth is the cut?
Alex Goddard"tiler": yes I like this..... :-)
Mary C (White Eyelashes): Nice to see it in action. Thanks for putting this up! I'm cutting tile now, but I'll try a few bottles while I'm set up.
se7ensnakes: why would anyone need to cut a bottle? what is a cut bottle used for?
se7ensnakes: wear safety glasses
Kristara Martin: Props on figuring that one out, I don't have a dang glass cutter but I got a tile wet saw lol time to put my drinking to use
Lu Chi: Cool
myownspiritlevel: The gadget I purchased from Amazon only resulted in a successful cut about 50% of the time. A diamond blade wet saw would give more consistent results. Also, factor in that you've got the keep boiling water and ice water at the ready to cause the thermal shock necessary to separate the two pieces. Buy a really cheap wet saw from a home improvement store and add some guide rails.
pokeberrymary: this actually looks like a lot more work than the old bottle cutter gadgets on amazon.com
Beowulf Kaim: aew a do He - Man tem como vc fazer ?? cody l: cam sensor goes bad that will shut you down instantly on most vehicles. crank sensor on most will continue to run but wont allow you to restart i believe you have that backwords Royal Poison: I have these and love them. Used one to make a table saw sled that was accurate within 0.001" over 33 inches. I'd say that's good enough for me. swabir hussein: am so impressed brother am also using archi19 but you are amazing. can you plz en-light me those steps coz have been tryn to render Daniel McCree: It's sb_omen Jeasica DshackTech: Thanks for the feedback (I'll try and limit the hand movements in my later videos). I guess this app isn't for everyone then. Declan Fogarty: I doubt it very much. I'd say it would probably carry enough gear to last 3 days