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@george, thank’s for the tip about the book. I’ve looked at it several times but it hasn’t made it to the checkout basket yet 😉 Next time!
@gazpal, I understand your philosophy and of course one want’s all pices to be as good as possible. For me right now I think that it is better to get going with the project and finish it – then learn a few lessons 🙂 Otherwise I’m still going to be polishing this sawbench when summer arrives again…
Sharpened up the toothed blade today as I have some heavy stock removal coming up next. It is a bit more difficult to evaluate the sharpening process with this type of blade but on the other hand it isn’t super critical for the type of rough work it is intended for.
Located in Jönköping, Sweden.