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Making New Tools To Make New Tools …

More often than not Shane finds that he has to modify old tools and make new ones to aid his saw making. Today’s modification, I can tell you he’s pretty pleased about! An interchangeable needle file handle, this handle comprises of a modified eclipse pin vice with a custom made centre stop to ensure that the needle file tang cannot move. The handle a walnut Holtzapffel Pattern again has been modified by reducing its overall length to ensure that when in the hand the pointing finger is flush to the end of the chuck. All in all a super little tool that will be used extensively on our new range of fine toothed saws. ‘The London Long Strokes’ (Now available to order) Featuring a 10 3/4″ Fine Dovetail Saw, 11 1/4″ Dovetail saw,  13 3/4″ Carcass Saw and 18 1/4 Lightweight Tenon Saw. Pictures will appear on our website soon, please get in touch for more details.

 

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