Now THIS is a saw vise
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This is the last tool I bought before heading home this morning, a Baldwin, Tuthill, and Bolton 36" saw sharpening vise. It's a beast!











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  Re: Now THIS is a saw vise by SteveF (This is the last too...)
You really SUCK!!!!!

very nice
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  Re: Now THIS is a saw vise by SteveF (This is the last too...)
This was used for sharpening big bandsaw blades. These are fairly common in the Upper Midwest where there were many sawmills back in the lumbering days.




Here's one used for a saw sharpening display in a local museum.


Bob Page
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In da U.P. of Michigan
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  Re: Re: Now THIS is a saw vise by enjuneer (This was used for sh...)
Man, were they expensive!
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  Re: Re: Now THIS is a saw vise by enjuneer (This was used for sh...)
Bob, where is that local museum? In the U.P.?
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Mike B.

One thing is for certain though. Whichever method you use, you can be absolutely certain that you are most assuredly doing it wrong.
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  Re: Now THIS is a saw vise by SteveF (This is the last too...)
You'll love it.
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  Re: Re: Now THIS is a saw vise by eg54string (You'll love it....)
Oh, drool!!!

I love the design and tightening mechanism. I'll have to find one of those...
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  Re: Re: Now THIS is a saw vise by rectangle618 (Bob, where is that l...)
rectangle618 said:


Bob, where is that local museum? In the U.P.?




Yes, in the western U.P. near Rockland, MI. It is the Old Victoria Restoration, a turn of the century community that housed workers from the Victoria copper mine. The log cabins are being restored (hand tools only!) and are used to show visitors how people lived in 1900. It is a great place to visit. They host several special events during the summer and fall. One of the major attractions are homemade cinnamon rolls baked in a wood-fired cook stove. Trust me, they are awesome.

Go to the Facebook page to see lots of photos of the place. They are too big to link here.
Bob Page
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In da U.P. of Michigan
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  Re: Now THIS is a saw vise by SteveF (This is the last too...)
AHHH!!! you SUCK!!!!



I got one of those on ebay about three years ago, but the seller dropped it while packing it and cracked it in half!
Enjoy it!

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  Re: Re: Now THIS is a saw vise by ncosman (AHHH!!! you SUCK!!!!...)
I lost one at an auction a few years ago. I didn't know what it was really worth.
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