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I came up with this idea a few years ago. What if you could make a power poker tool out of a Pumpkin Masters Power Saw?
Well, here's the result.


What you'll need for this project is:
1 Power Saw (obviously)
1/2" diameter wooden dowel rod, cut down to 2" long
1/16" thick plastic or wood (any size will do)
1 large nail

Drill a hole in the center of one end of the dowel rod, about 1" deep. Add a few drops of epoxy and insert the nail, head end first. When the epoxy dries, put the dowel/nail combo in the Power Saw where the saw tool piece usually goes. Wedge the 1/16" plastic or wood to the top of the dowel rod where the nail is attached. Trim the plastic or wood so the clear Power Saw tool cover fits in place. To keep the nail sharp, use a metal file periodically. If any rust ever shows up on the nail, use some sandpaper.