Hand Saws

| A bit about my saws: Each plate is cut from coiled 1095 spring steel, ground perfectly flat (or taper ground for panel saws), toothed, hand sharpened, and hammer set. This is all done under one roof. Currently, all backs are folded brass. I've made and used slotted backs in the past...they work fine but I prefer the folded backs for the traditional look and ease of installation. Folded backs will absorb some shock if the saw is dropped (still though, try not to drop it). Everything you see is built from raw stock in my shop. I like the idea of affordable hand saws- no need to drive up prices by outsourcing the parts. This also gives me an in depth understanding of saw making. There is a difference between buying a set of parts for assembly and learning to make all the parts yourself.

Please contact me first before making and international purchase.

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24” Panel Saw

Need to make a big cut? A good place to start is with a big saw…

-Taper Ground

-24” X 7”

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Wait time: four to five weeks


20” Panel Saw

A nice medium weight saw that can handle large cuts but won’t tear up a 4/4 board. This is my favorite saw…

-Taper Ground

-20” X 6” Plate (.03”)

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Toothing

Wait time: four to six weeks


Here is a great workhorse for your shop. Combining an 18” toothline with a taper ground plate provides the woodworker with a nimble/capable saw. Currently, I’ll be offering the saw @10ppi with hybrid filing. Whether you’re crosscutting or ripping, this saw is up to the task.

-Taper Ground

18” X 6” (.03”) Plate

Handle Species

Wait time: four to six weeks



Halfback

Of all the saws I make, the halfback is the one I’m asked about the most. Having a short back increases the rigidity of the plate which allows for easier tracking of a layout line. Having over half the plate unsupported allows the saw to make deeper cuts than a traditional backsaw. Aside from being functional- they look awesome.

17” x 6” plate (.032”)

7” brass back

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Wait time: four to six weeks


“Benchtop” Saw

I call this a benchtop saw because it never leaves my workbench. Whether the job is big or small, this saw will handle it. A major highlight, this saw will do just about anything a full sized panel saw will do (just a little slower).

-14” X 3” (.03”)Plate

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Toothing


Wait time: three to four weeks

Sash

A well rounded, medium backsaw.

-14” Plate

-3 1/2” Depth of Cut

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Toothing

Wait time: three to five weeks



Small Tenon Saw (pictured with granadillo handle)

Great all around saw for small to medium joinery work.

-12” plate (.022”) Plate

2 5/8” depth of cut

Handle Species
Toothing

Wait time: three to four weeks


Dovetail Saw 10” (pictured with brown ebony, nickel silver back, and hand engraved copper screws)

Small joints are its specialty.

15ppi rip

10” plate (.017”)

1 5/8” depth of cut

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Wait time: two to four weeks



Dovetail Saw 9” (pictured with birch handle)


Fine teeth and a fine look. 16ppi rip

9” plate (.017”)

1 5/8” depth of cut

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Wait time: two to four weeks.


Dovetail Saws

For the finer joinery tasks.

None currently available


Small Tenon Saws

None currently available


Benchtop Saws

| A handy saw to have close-by. Not built for fine joinery work but great for breaking down stock at the bench. Pulling out the full size panel saw for every wide board won't be necessary with one of these in your lineup. Light, compact, sharp, and cool.

None currently available


Sash Saws

Filed hybrid to make a well rounded workhorse.

Saws will be posted as they become available. Thanks!


Tenon Saws

None currently available


Halfback Saws

Follow your line while cutting your stock to size...and look good while doing it.

Saws will be posted as they become available. Thanks!

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