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Folding frame saw #3: Folding frame / buck saw - hiking version part II.

01-06-2019 06:20 PM by mafe | 7 comments »

Folding frame / buck sawhiking version part II. Last part of the blog, ended here, with the basic saw made.In this part, we will make the hardware and some leather details. To hold the blade, I threaded the wood, with a tap, so it can hold a bolt.(The blade can be held in many ways, I’ll show an alternative later). I cut a drive in the center of brass threaded rod, with a hack saw.Just a mm or so. Try to hold the saw straight and hit the center. Cutting the piece of to length.It have to match the thickness of the handle. The ends are rounded off.(This can be done by mounting them in a drill and then spin it against a file or sand paper). Now I will modify the bl...

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