This months tool is the flush cut saw!
The flush cut saw has a thin flexible blade with teeth that have little to no set, and cuts on the pull stroke like a Japanese saw. It is designed to trim excess tenons, pegs and dowels so that they are flush with the surrounding surface without the saw blade digging in.
I use an inexpensive Irwin pull saw which costs around £10 and uses a replaceable blade, it’s mainly used for cutting off the wedges on Stable Stools like the photo below.
That’s all for July, look out for August’s tool of the month!
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Here you can see what I have been up to in the workshop, gain an insight into my work and some of the many tools I use to make each piece of bespoke furniture.