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Would this axe chop space wood better?
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>>149234955
It's design to more efficiently throw out your back.
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>implying Simple machines can/will ever be obsolete

This joke or meme that a simple machine (Ex: Lever, Wheel and axle, Pulley, Inclined plane,Wedge, Screw) can ever be obsolete is retarded. So is pretending not to understand this, can we stop forcing this retarded shit already? It's bane tier.
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>>149234955
i see you are admiring my handy work
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>>149234955
Hey what's the movie again
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>>149235159
Axe?
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>>149235212
>Why is the axe curved, Damon?
>if I told you it would ruin the mystery
>also I don't know
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>>149234955
Why was it curved?
To stand out, to be memorable. It makes the item special even if it’s impractical. This was the reason it was made this way. That’s it.
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>>149235159
I think the joke is that it's bent the wrong way to look futuristic, and that's silly.
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>>149235512
axes should never have a straight handle. you've been misled
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>>149235512
so you can chop aliens from around the corner
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>>149235159
>a fire axe on a ship that was designed without wood and most likely meta materials
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>>149235255

Alien Episode 1: The Phantom Menace
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>>149235512
I don't think it's impractical though. Kukris are curved the same way and they're damn good choppers. I'm not an expert on this subject but I think the same principles would apply with the axe.
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>>149235558
A two handed axe should have a straight or slightly curved handle. They usually curve backwards, not forwards.
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>>149235258
An axe is a type of wedge, yes.
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>>149235690
Not the handle retard
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>>149235739
Yeah curving forwards is dumb, you get less swing than you would with a straight handle.
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>>149235739
in my limited experience they usually curve both ways, but yes it is slight. Though I've seen people camping with new plastic looking ones with exaggerated bends, not sure if that is only for show or what.
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>>149235742
If I curved it would it work?
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>>149235922
It would be extremely painful.
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>>149235690
The blade of the kukri is bent, not the handle. Swinging an axe is nothing like swinging any sort of light weight mid sized blade like a machete or kukri
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>>149235967
It's a big axe
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>>149235922
It would be extremely impractical
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>>149235992
for yew
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>>149235992
For you.
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>>149235255
Space Axe 2: Electric Boogaloo
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>>149235255
Saw (2004)
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>>149235269
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NK6x6Kpk0s
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>>149235255
Blade Runner
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>>149236027
This will no doubt go underrated
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>>149236027
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>>149235255
Axe Sneed: Vengeance
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>>149234955
Has anyone in this thread actually split wood with an axe
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>>149235255
The Battle for Axe Mountain
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>>149236288
I used to until my dad got a wood splitter
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>>149235690
>I think the same principles would apply with the axe.
they would not
the kukri blade is curved to encourage things to travel along it on impact from any angle, and thus be sliced. Like a sickle or scythe.
curving the handle of the axe does not accomplish this
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>>149236288
I split your mom's axe with my wood if you know what I mean.
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>>149236288
literally half an hour ago mate
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>>149236288
yeah my grandfather made me split logs every winter, made a man of me. you only use the axe to start the log, then you use a wedge and sledge.
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>>149236288
Yeah of course. I'm not a bushcraft expert but my technique is solid and I've never come anywhere close to injuring myself with an axe or hatchet because of that. I dont see what advantage or disadvantage such an axe handle would provide either way.
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>>149236027
Bravo anon bravo
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>>149234955
If the lumber was at the height of your head, it might be more mechanically efficient then
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>>149234955
>emergency axes are for wood
are you dense? are you fucking retarded?
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F2 = F1+(M/d)

The curve does nothing
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>>149235159
>It's bane tier
Thats the most popular /tv/ meme of all time you fucking newfag. KYS on the way out
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>>149235355
Kek
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>>149235159
Like a screwdriver? For taking screws out of wall panels?
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Wacky Axe thread?
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little do they know the woodchop is how you unlock trve chadmode
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>>149235255
Gimli's excellent adventure
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>>149238278
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVARoafOYHc
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>>149236288
me everyday, and I find that axe fucking stupid, you could fuck up your wrists with that design
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>>149236380
HA HA THIS ANON IS SAYING HE HAD INTERCOURSE WITH YOUR MOTHER HA HA
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>hes never used a curved space axe to split space wood with
fucking kids these days
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>>149235159
>simple machines

See my space shotgun? It's a simple machine. but it looks 10x cooler. There's no reason we can't have form AND function in outer space.
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>>149235690


They tried to mimic this design


t. Casual ice climber enthusiast
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>>149238913
i dont think theres anything simple about a shotgun with wires sticking out of it
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>>149234955


It's a design to break glass in an emergency situation, not chopping wood
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>>149235601
That sounds like one of those chinese ripoff NES games
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>>149238971
Yeah ok. Trying shooting at someone without all the wires and heartbeat sensor on top. You'd have to be at close range and aim for center mass for any stopping power without all of it. It's the 21st century, Amishbro
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>>149234955
Yeah it probably would. It is a good thing they have one on board. Because when your electronic laser you're using to cut wood runs out of power or malfunctions you need to rely on physical manual basic tools that won't fail because of water damage
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>>149236288
yeah, for the really hard to split ones we'd have to get the axe stuck then use a sledgehammer to drive it through to split it, now we have a proper wood splitter and can stock up for winter in like a week
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>>149238967
and where do you think THAT design came from?
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>>149239225
how does the curve enhance its ability to chop glass
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>>149239538
this guy isn't getting it
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>>149239538
The curve is there to make it look futuristic. That's the answer. But as far as practical things go, you may need to chop through conduit at some point in an emergency on a spaceship with artificial gravity. In this case we can guess that the axe is insulated and can handle X amounts of volts safely. But if the conduit touches the handle and not the head of the axe, then maybe the resistance of the axe isnt enough and the user is shocked. So they design the axe handle to help avoid contact with what's being chopped at.
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>>149234955
Would this axe chop wood better?
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>>149239225
Why would you need an axe for breaking glass?
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>>149236288
i spit mad logs especially when i've been drinking the night before
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>>149235255
Fry, Let Me Axe You a Question
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>>149242696
why is that? doing manual
labor hungover suck dickshaft
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>>149242583
You can slice alien balls and brake glass without switching tool between
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>>149236288
Does everyone ITT live in the woods or are they just larping
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>>149239814
Mind if I save this image?
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>>149236288
Only try hard fags split with axe. If you really live in cold place you buy wood splitter machine.
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>>149239814
Based banana poster
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>>149243970
I have a fire pit barbacue type thing every so often I'll have a fire and cook on it, I don't live in the woods or anywhere remotely cold
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>>149243804
but then pic rel would be a superior tool
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>>149235255
Broke back mountain
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>>149234955
Would this axe chop space wood better?
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you're all retarded and i am smart.
it's curved so it impacts sooner.
look where the blade is, then look at where it would be if it were straight.
it's better ergonomics and yes safer breaking glass because your hands are further away.
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>>149243970
I grew up in the woods. I don't recommend it.
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>>149244031
wood splitters are slow as shit and require you to bend over to place every piece. the golf swing ground splitting technique is superior.
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>>149236288
Lol yeah and i watch sport before i post on /sp/ pfft lol
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anyone else ever noticed how there's carpenter hatchets hanging on the wall in the escape shuttle in the first alien movie? it's always bothered me, why would you need a woodworking tool on a futuristic space ship?
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>>149238095
2nd most. Sneed is the most popular.
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>>149245124
(you)
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>>149236288
Everytime that I go out looking for wood
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>>149245087
Yeah why would you need a basic foolproof tool with a variety of maintenance/ survival applications in an escape craft?
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>>149235596
kek



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