HTT042 – Scrapers
On today’s show, I discuss turning saw blades, hybrid filed saw teeth, managing glue in cold weather, auger bit cutter angles, and card scrapers.
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- Liam is looking for options for turning saw blades.
- Nathan needs some information on hybrid saw tooth filing.
- Randy is wondering about using glue in a cold workshop.
- Luke has a question about cutter angles on auger bits.
Today’s main topic is about sharpening, using and storing card scrapers.
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Yeah! I thought you were gone to a Conference!?
Nope. I had to cancel.
Hi, thanks for sharing your blog post. I found your podcast very insightful to listen to and will be using some of your tips when DYI-ing in the near future!
I teach workshops in bowsaw making (www.woodwrightschool.com). These are made in an early 19th c style with tapered brass bowsaw pins. I also sell the tapered pins on my website (www.edwardsmountainwoodworks.com). A good friend of mine, sawmaker Tom Calisto (www.windwardwoodworks.com), makes the webs for me to my specs and will make webs of any size or tpi, etc.