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49 Year old male, professional living in Hong Kong for 15 years, originally from Australia, Carpenter by trade finished renovating my house and want to build some outdoor furniture, small workshop upstairs has evolved. Lumber hard to source here in HK but we get by.

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#1 posted 12-27-2015 03:45 PM

trust me these are great saws. they cut a super thin kerf and they cut on the pull. get one with a stiff back. as far as chisels go, I like marples, but any chisel will do fine if you keep them super sharp. I use a tormec system for that purpose. good luck and have fun

-- What this world needs is a little more sawdust on the floor.

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#2 posted 12-28-2015 12:56 AM

Thanks mate, appreciate your time in telling me that, I get to Japan quite a lot, I will definitely pick up a Dozuki saw, and will explore the Tormec system of sharpening, that is new to me also.

Just wondering about a nice simple and effective 1st project for dovetailing, any ideas?

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