Saw making Part VII, the final part
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The last steps up to the finished saw.




http://two-lawyers-toolworks.blogspot.de...t-vii.html

Klaus
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  Re: Saw making Part VII, the final part by KlausK. (The last steps up to...)
Someday I will be lucky enough to buy one of your saws.

I also would like to thank you, Pedder, and Alex for your parts in the blogs,

Arlin
It is always the right time, to do the right thing.

Hi, I'm Arlin's proud wife! His brain trma & meds-give memory probs and has pain from injuries, but all is well materially & financially.  
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  Re: Re: Saw making Part VII, the final part by Arlin Eastman (Someday I will be lu...)
We combined all saw making entries to one big one. For those who are interested:

http://two-lawyers-toolworks.blogspot.de...-sich.html

Cheers
Klaus
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  Re: Re: Saw making Part VII, the final part by KlausK. (We combined all saw ...)
KlausK. said:


We combined all saw making entries to one big one. For those who are interested:

http://two-lawyers-toolworks.blogspot.de...-sich.html

Cheers
Klaus


Gentlemen, thanks for a great tutorial and your great saws, over 100 pages of information and pictures. Much appreciated! I need to lift my game considerably.
Peter Evans in Sydney
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  Re: Saw making Part VII, the final part by KlausK. (The last steps up to...)
Thanks for the very informative tutorial! Could you please describe your process for drying ebony?
Thanks,
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  Re: Re: Saw making Part VII, the final part by Raven907 (Thanks for the very ...)
Usually there is no drying process since we try to purchase dried Ebony only. Sometimes we happen to get it not that dry as we want. Then the endgrain parts get a coat of paraffin wax. If the shop humidity doesn't change too much, that will be enough. Pedder's shop is ok in this regard, mine isn't. From a well known toolmaker I got the hint to protect the long grain parts with shellac. Couln't try it however so far.

Klaus
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