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I finally got the small files I needed to file new teeth on my backsaw. With the blade sharpened, I was finally able to finish the curly bubinga handle. It now tracks straight, and cuts like a dream.




I also built a new shop stool out of some scrap ipe, and a chunk of some mildly spalted/curly maple. All of the joints are hand cut mortise and tennon, with ebony wedges in the top tennons. This new stool is the perfect height now for working at my bench, and is much sturdier than the garbage scored one I have been using.


 

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Nice job on both Julian. The saw handle turned out great. It makes it so much more enjoyable to grab a tool with a nice home made handle out of a nice piece of wood. Something about the feel makes you want to use it more. Enjoy,
Mike Hawkins;)
 
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