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Another trick with sawblades


#1
  Are you mounting the altered sawblade to cut right to left,
or left to right? (That might depend on whether you were left
or right handed?) 

I am ambidextrous!!

envisage a long piece of metal facing away from you… Hold your
saw frame at right angles to the metal, and saw a line away from
you. The blade has already been twisted at right angles, so the
teeth are pointing the same way that you are sawing. Hope that
makes sense!

Felicity in west Oz


#2

Felicity, Bill from Vista, and I enthusiastically presented your
right or left angle saw technique to our teacher, Anthony Lugo.
Shortly thereafter he presented that possibility to the class at
large, as well as annealing the ends of the saw blades.

The powers of this web site and network are so immediately
International, it is incredible. All you creators and posters are
appreciated deeply.

Thanks to every one of you.
Teresa, and Bill I am sure.


#3
   I am ambidextrous!! envisage a long piece of metal facing
away from you.. Hold your saw frame at right angles to the
metal, and saw a line away from you.  

Hi Felicity,

Aha…Now I understand what you mean! We in dentistry use a
saw frame from Greatneck Comp. that has a swiveling device
attached to a wing nut for tightening on each end of the saw.
You can set the blade at any angle. Alas the saw frame is not
too deep but you can easily rig your frame to do this.

Regards,
Skip


#4

Hi, If you do not have a ring cutter to take rings off custumer’s
fingers, you can put a blade upside down (teeth inside the
frame). Slide the blade between ring and finger, tie it and saw
pulling up the frame. Bye

Vincent Guy Audette
Quebec city