I want to break a blade as it attempts to cut into a piece of metal.
If the metal in question was vibrating rapidly or with a significant amount of force, would the blade break in attempt to cut through the metal?
Going on, would the same concept work on bolt-cutters, effectively breaking the blade on them?
If metal will not break in this instance, but may bend, would this be an applicable concept if such a vibrating force were used on a bicycle U-Lock in order to combat bolt cutters? In essence, would it be an effective deterrent as far as bending the metal in the bolt cutter blades, rendering it useless against the U-Lock?
I'm tying to think about potential concepts that could be applied to bike locks in order to mitigate potential theft.