Crosscut Saw Restoration
Restored Crosscut Saw
One end of this saw had broken off, and the other was cracked halfway through,, so I shortened the saw and made new handle nubs and handles for it. The style of nub was based on a 17th century print.

The teeth on this saw had seen better days. First they were jointed (cut to length forming a smooth curve), and then recut with a file.

Teeth Before

Old Crosscut Saw Teeth


Jointing Crosscut Saw

Recutting Teeth

Cutting New Teeth on Crosscut Saw


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