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12 minutes ago, oldypigeonpopper said:

hello, we did the same when i started in Engineering but used a wide hacksaw blade from our old fashioned metal saw,

And a scraper out of the over bit!

I've still got the scraper in my tool box along with the "C" spanner

 

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1 hour ago, bluesj said:

And a scraper out of the over bit!

I've still got the scraper in my tool box along with the "C" spanner

 

hello, they were the good old days in engineering, this one started of from a humble Blacksmiths to a full time Engineering workshop, most of the products were shipped abroad via Government contracts

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54 minutes ago, oldypigeonpopper said:

hello, they were the good old days in engineering, this one started of from a humble Blacksmiths to a full time Engineering workshop, most of the products were shipped abroad via Government contracts

I was training in ag engineering in the time before just replacing bits in the hope it would start working. When I got back into the ag engineering trade after 20+ years doing other things I was still working on the same machinery! You know how farmer don't like throwing things away 😁. even found a couple of temporary repairs I had made still going strong 

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That was a pleasant way to round off the weekend!

Cheers I enjoyed that, and I have loads of circular saw blades in the garage!!!! 

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10 hours ago, Lampwick said:

That was a pleasant way to round off the weekend!

Cheers I enjoyed that, and I have loads of circular saw blades in the garage!!!! 

I have some as well but they don't seem to be  as thick as the one he used ,

I,m assuming the one he uses is from an industrial large saw 

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My first Stickleback Knife I ever made was out of a circular saw blade. Difficult to work with I found, tends to warp a bit during heat treat.

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