|Forum topic by Jon Spelbring||posted 02-12-2010 08:02 PM||3229 views||1 time favorited||4 replies|
02-12-2010 08:02 PM
I’m trying to decide which way to go on hand saws (not joinery saws – panel saws).
I’ve got a couple of old Distons that I might be able to tune up into users, but I’m not smart enough on handsaws to really know.
I’ve also been looking at:
I’m not certain just how much ripping I’ll be doing, but I’m determined to at least learn good sawing (sawyering?) techniques, and as with all things, crappy tools = crabby woodworker.
So, any Pax or Wenzloff owners want to pitch in? I read a review on the LN on this board, and it looks pretty sweet (my joinery saws are all LN). I know nothing about Pax.
I’m thinking of something in a 20” 8-10 tpi crosscut and a 26” 6-7 tpi rip. Does that sound right?
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