On Tuesday, March 22, 2016 at 12:07:01 PM UTC-5, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
to UV damage and rot. I like the fine grain of the wood you selected for y
our top; it must have been a very old log.
Yes, the wood is old. Some of it had been hand hewn beams, then resawn fo
r the floor joist use. That trestle board/cross piece has the hewn marks o
n one side. On the other side, the resawn side, I tried to mimick the hewi
ng marks with a hatchet.
I've taken good care of my sawbuck... and most of my other tools, also. I
find it's a good saw and accurate for most small cuttings. For this sort o
f large/thich cutting, I just take my time with the cut. Since I've owned
the saw, I've had to tweak/adjusted the alignment only once and changed the
brushes once. I bought it new 2-17-92.
Thanks again. Sometimes I get lucky with my workmanship, too.
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