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In this video you will learn how to make the figure 4 mechanism in wood using a saw and a knife in order to practice woodcraft.
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How to make the Figure 4 in Wood
This is the quick way to make a figure 4 mechanism with the saw and some of the knife. Three sticks, same length. You want to assemble this.
Number four make a cut here, here and here. Make cut one.
On outside you should do this with the knife really.
And a lot covering each other.
You should have chipped and wipe that really. It should do it with the knife and practice, make it a lot of room.
Taking of that much time and you should make it indoors. Just make a notch.
Like of each same notch, that’s two free cut so far.
And I have to use the knife over in it.
That one goes in there and to lock in only last double of cuts on the upright one.
You shouldn’t do this, do it with knife and practice do it with knife.
Sharpen this a bit and you can put a bit of bite on it. So that’s basically it. Always practice doing it with the knife.