18th Century Style Tenon Saws – Part 1

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http://brfinewoodworking.com/making-a-tenon-saw-introduction/

http://brfinewoodworking.com/making-a-tenon-saw-part-1/

http://brfinewoodworking.com/making-a-tenon-saw-part-2/

http://brfinewoodworking.com/making-a-tenon-saw-part-3/

http://brfinewoodworking.com/making-a-tenon-saw-part-4/

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2 thoughts on “18th Century Style Tenon Saws – Part 1

  1. Bob,

    I like the look of the saw you are copying, although I am not a fan of backed saws.

    I have also been inspired by pictures in books of unusual tools, and I like the way you determined the saw by comparing it to the plane.

    I once copied a patternmaker’s saw from the collection at Shelburne, I need to make another as I lent it to the State of Utah for an exhibit and it was never returned.

    Stephen

  2. Bob,
    If you keep posting good things like this you might just inspire me not to sleep for a couple of weeks. I can’t wait for the crunch to end at work so I can get some shop time.

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