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Saw Talk #23: 12" W. Tyzack, Sons & Turner Carcase Saw - Fitting a folded back

01-05-2013 12:21 AM by Brit | 33 comments »

Have you missed me? Sorry for leaving you hanging for so long, but work was a bit manic leading up to Christmas. Now where was I? Oh yeah, I was just about to sharpen the last of my crosscut backsaws, a 12” carcase saw made by W. Tyzack, Sons & Turner. I restored this saw in part 1 of this blog series. It had a number of issues and honestly, it still has a few of them. 1) The plate was heavily pitted in places.2) The plate had a wave in it. 3) The spine was bent.4) ...

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Like some other's I've read about on LJ's I've got to take a break.

05-13-2014 01:12 AM by Craftsman on the lake | 23 comments »

A pause in the wood working journey. Bumma, had two surgery’s at once on Friday. One was to fuse two vertebrae in my neck. They were thickening (a little arthritis) and squeezing the cartilage out between them pinching the nerve in my spine. No pain but numbness across my shoulders and the tops of my arms that would have gotten worse over time. It’s amazing what they can do. Take the cartilage out from between the two vertebrae, replace it with a piece of (dead persons) bone ...

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Building the Spine Desk #2: Fail, Save, and Failed Save!

02-05-2016 08:48 PM by Dave Rutan | 1 comment »

[Above] I decided I should make the brackets next since they need to hold the tables to the spine (Confused yet?) So I taped the two sides together and cut them on the band saw. If you saw my recent tip you’ll know why they ended up a little more free-form than I planned. [Below] Then I sanded them to uniformity on the drill press. There are two sets, one longer than the other. [Below] After breaking the bracket sets apart, I cut a dado in them to add some strength. First I ...

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