I know that in the past I've seen backsaws with an adjustable fence that
slid up and down via two slots in the blade. Very handy for both
dovetails and tenons. A google search finds nothing except one or two
references to antiques.
Does anyone still make one?
: I know that in the past I've seen backsaws with an adjustable fence
: slid up and down via two slots in the blade. Very handy for both
: dovetails and tenons. A google search finds nothing except one or
: references to antiques.
: Does anyone still make one?
Veritas has these:
and http://www.veritastools.com/Products/Page.aspx?p 0
Not exactly what you're looking for though.
Also came across this, which appears to be a bit closer to what you
There's also this one:
- the diagonal slots allow for finer variations.
soon to be dave.oheareATgmail.com
It's easy enough to make one. It can be as simple as a piece of wood
clamped to the side of the blade. One could even drill 2 holes in the saw
blade and attach a piece of wood with vertical slots aligned with the holes
and make an adjustable one.
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