Azebiki saw was made today and it was fun and it works.
Made from the same steel as my first saw, I think it was 1095 blue steel.
I made a paper pattern and use double sided tape and band sawed the pattern.
Then, I sandwiched the blue steel between the 2 half inch plywood patterns
and used a Makita grinder to make the saw.
After shaping the saw with the grinder I made a saw vise out of some oak so
I could cut some teeth into it. I gave a try on making one side a rip saw and the
other side a cross cut saw.
I tested it on an off fall piece from my work bench, one rip & one cross cut.
Oh Yeah, it works.
Thanks to all the good folks on the file and saw threads for all the help
Assembled the saw in a walnut dowel and we’re good to go.