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orvet wrote:Last week my bandsaw went down. I had to order three new tires for it and wait for them to get here. The very next step in the knife I was working on was to trim the excess bone off of the handle slabs. I dug out the old Jewelers saw and in no time at all I had them trimed down. I don't think I actually spent more than about 5 minutes using the Jewelers saw itself!
I had forgotten how efficient it was.
I got my new polyurethane tires for my tri-wheel Delta so I'm back in business with the bandsaw, but the Jewelers saw is a fast and efficient alternative!
jerryd6818 wrote:Or a Coping Saw which is quite similar to a Jewelers Saw only the throat width isn't adjustable. Coping saw is about half the price to buy, or less.
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