Monday, April 22, 2013
Not for me thank goodness, but for my 16" Disston cross cut tenon saw. Once upon a time it had been dropped on the toe and the back had come up near the handle and didn't fit in the mortice fully making the handle all wiggly when sawing. Found this video from the Logan Cabinet Shop and I have to say the actual procedure was easier than I expected taking under an hour, actually I think it took me 45 min and I wasn't in a hurry. Wanted to share the video for those that may need encouragement to reset the spine on their back saws. Also thanks to Logan Cabinet Shop for a great video!
Posted by Regis Will