After the discussion in the forum about turning a saw into a scraper I had some time to give it a go.
I clamped the saw down in the small general purpose vise and pulled out the Dremel and cutting wheel. I was concerned about messing with the heat treat or messing up the steel in any other ways by over heating it during the cuts so I did them in a series of light passes. When done, I could handle the steel with my bare hands so I know I didn’t over heat it.
1st I cut the part away from the saw, then flipped it so the teath where pointing up and cut them away.
After cutting the scraper away from the main body I took a coarse file and filed the sides flat, then switched to a fine single cut file and smoothed everything out.
A suggested article on sharpening scrapers is online at Popularwoodworking.com
I kinda winged it with my kitchen knife burnishing tool but I got encouraging results.
Plenty of metal left to make more!