I’ve been looking for a ripsaw that was small and without a back to help with rippin down thinner stock, as I couldn’t find one I got in contact with Bob Rozieski tto see if you would like to make me one, well he said yes. So this is what I ordered, 10ppi 16″ Disston no.7 and the year some where around 1850. Hopefully the pictures are showing and this is the beauty I received 2 weeks ago. I’m very happy with it so now I don’t need to rely on my bandsaw for this type of work anymore other than resawing. I don’t think I would resort to using a frame saw for the purpose of resawing unless it was purely a hobby.
The saw eet me back US$260 including shipping everything is completely done hand and by a hand tool only woodworker. If you can’t find a tool your looking for then you know you can always get one made.
The Lost Scrolls of HANDWORK
(Hand tool only woodworking magazine)
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