... In a word – INDECISION.
I’ve been thinking a lot about the best way to bring this Saw Talk blog series to a close and I’ve now decided that I’m going to do two more posts.
In the next post I will share what I’ve learnt and some conclusions I’ve come to regarding sharpening saws. The final episode will take me a bit longer however, because I would like to post an in-depth video tutorial on saw sharpening. It will be quite long because I want to show both the theory and a number of practical examples/alternative approaches. To my knowledge there isn’t anything like what I have in mind, offered for free on the web.
I want to go to the trouble of making this video for the following two reasons:
- I feel as though I’ve learnt so much that it would be wrong of me not to share it with the rest of you guys.
- The more I’ve learnt about saws and saw sharpening, the more passionate I have become about wanting to keep the art alive.
As I said, you might have to bear with me for a bit while I prepare, film and edit the video, but I promise it will be worth the wait.
-- Andy -- Old Chinese proverb say: "If you think something can't be done, don't interrupt man who is doing it."