Though there's no practical use to what Canadian woodworker John Heisz does below, it's completely fascinating. Using basic printer paper mounted in his table saw, he gives new meaning to the term "paper cut." He adds on his website, "Add to that the time of year (it was hot and humid, making the paper fairly limp with moisture), it's amazing that it worked at all." It's not so surprising how the paper blade performed when cutting paper. As he progresses through various materials, you'll see the result in the ultimate test: wood.