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#1 posted 03-06-2016 10:27 AM

You need a good quality tenon saw so you’ll have to bite the bullet. But you don’t need a $200 saw, based on the molded spine saw I already posses, I would expect the LV tenon saw to be of equal function.

The scoring method you describes is pretty standard technique in fine ww’ing. ;-) but you still need a Xcut saw IMO.
The Japanese saws are very very nice, but slightly diff techniques for use. Good ones not that cheap, either.

I think a carcase Xcut saw + a rip tenon saw would be a good combo.

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