Sunday, January 8, 2012

How To Use A Japanese Hand Saw • 1 of 4 • Japanese Saw Review

How To Use A Japanese Hand Saw • 1 of 4 • Japanese Saw Review Tube. Duration : 5.48 Mins. This is the first video in short four video series featuring Gyokucho RazorSaws, a brand of Japanese hand saw. (Japanese pull saw review) Video one explains the difference between they way western style saws are used compared to Japanese saws. In this video, Allan talks about the three different Japanese saws he uses regularly in his shop. He demonstrates the importance of taking advantage of the pull cutting action of the saw. Japanese saws are designed to cut with the least amount of effort by holding the handing down. When you cut on the pull with the handle down, this pins, stabilizes and takes vibration out of your cutting process, which makes for a more efficient, more accurate cut. ______________________________________ Be sure to check out the three other videos in this Japanese Saw series. Allan first explains his philosophy behind using Gyokucho RazorSaws and creates a tenon using a rip and a cross cut saw. WoodMan also demonstrates how to make a quick, aggressive rough cut using the two-bladed crosscut/rip saw and how to quickly change or replace blades. As a bonus, you'll see his shop caddy where he stores his his blades for easy access.______________________________________ Want to know which tools and products that AskWoodman uses? Interested in learning more woodworking techniques? Read the articles that go with AskWoodMan videos at Allan Little is AskWoodMan™ Follow him on twitter, be a fan on Facebook, or subscribe to his ...

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