10 Best Uses For Old Hard Drives
This is the perfect project if, in addition to an old hard drive, you also have an old paintbrush, a spare bit of metal, and an uncut pizza. It isn’t the most high-tech option, but it is certainly an option. As previously mentioned, the spindle and platter of your old hard drive spin like nothing else on this earth and, with a few minor modifications, you can put that to work cutting perfect slices into a fresh pizza.
Measure the width of the metal you’ll use to attach the spindle to the paintbrush handle and carve out a seat for it. Drill a couple of holes into both ends of the metal and use them to screw it into the paintbrush handle where you carved out the seat. The other end will be used to attach to the hard drive spindle and platter.
Next, gut your hard drive and take out the spindle and platter. This is going to do the heavy lifting of cutting your pizza, but first, you’re going to have to sharpen it. No one wants a slice of pizza with dull edges. Once your platter is sharpened to a nice point — making sure to clear off any stray bits, ceramic doesn’t make a good pizza topping — you’re almost done. Attach it to the other side of the metal and you’re ready to start cutting.
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