Introduction: Kerfing Saw, How to Make
In my humble opinion the Kerfing Saw is one of the least valued tools, but when you have it, it's a wonder how many things it allows you to do.
Taking into account my budget for my hobbies, I decided to take an economic saw that I had in the workshop and make some tweaks to convert it.
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Step 1: The Body
Preparing the handle to attach to the shoulder board with a large dado. And make it the more ergonomic possible.
Step 2: The Finishes
Some carvings just for fun
Step 3: The Assembly
Some adjust to a better fit, a little bit of Homemade beeswax and olive oil and final assembly.
Step 4: Testing
Some cut to test, the result is amazing!!!
Step 5: The Result
I hope you like the result.
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Step 6: The Video
Participated in the
Hand Tools Only Contest 2017