A half for me.
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I haven't quite fallen off the face of the earth, but close.

I finally got around to making a couple of half backs for myself in between every other project going. I chose quarter cut beech and wormy apple this time.
The apple is 20* hang and the beech is 25* hang. Both filed a standard 15* rake and 20* fleam.




Behind as always.

Best wishes.
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  Re: A half for me. by RonB1957 (I haven't quite fall...)
Definitely drool-worthy. One day . . .

Thanks for posting.

Steve
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  Re: A half for me. by RonB1957 (I haven't quite fall...)
Beautiful saw.
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  Re: Re: A half for me. by Steve Friedman (Definitely drool-wor...)
Steve Friedman said:


Definitely drool-worthy. One day . . .

Thanks for posting.

Steve



What Steve said - in spades
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  Re: A half for me. by RonB1957 (I haven't quite fall...)
Wow,they are in fact beautiful, very nice job indeed.


Steve
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  Re: A half for me. by RonB1957 (I haven't quite fall...)
I really like the S-curves at the heels. That, combined with the pierced toes, really makes your saws stand out, even among our many fine sawmakers.

Steve S.
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  Re: Re: A half for me. by Bibliophile 13 (I really like the S-...)
Beautiful saws.
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