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Back Channel Joiner's Mallet

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A plane adjusting hammer just the way we like it!

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Two Cherries Tools logoTwo Cherries Veneer Saw

 

 

Veneer Cutter with oval blade and off-set handle.
Made in Germany.

520-2200 Two Cherries Veneer Saw $16.59
520-2210 Replacement Blade $8.85
     
231-741-2 Grobet Veneer Saw File
3SQ 20cm
$12.95

 

           This type of veneer saw has always been a popular tool for veneer cutting.  It is primarily used for roughing out and cutting through many layers of veneer at a time, although it can be used for fine precision straight cuts on individual layers of veneer.  For this finer use of the veneer saw, it needs to be sharpened properly.

The blade should be removed from the handle, and held firmly in a saw vise, clamped close to the teeth.  Using a small fine knife edge triangular file held 90 degrees to the blade and canted at the same angle as the teeth, start sharpening the teeth from the front of the saw, moving toward the back teeth.  Usually two light pushes with the file held steadily in the hand will be enough. 

After this is complete, the saw teeth need to be beveled to a point with a fine flat file.  This is accomplished by securing the blade on the edge of a workbench, and flat angle filing the teeth to a point, filing on the handle side of the blade. The angle of the flat file should be about 15 to 25 degrees.  Care must be taken to file the saw teeth only to a sharp point and no further.  Filing too much will create a flat top on the point of the tooth, and the saw will not cut properly. 

After this flat filing is done, remove the burr on the saw back that rides against the straight edge with a 1000 grit waterstone, wipe the water off, oil the blade, and the saw is ready for use. (Schrch )
 

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