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                                                                                  Cost: $180
                                                           Hand-Saw Sharpening Class
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                                                                      Cost: $450
                                                                     All Three Saws Classes
                                                                       (Save $90!)

Hand-Saw Sharpening: A Focus 
Saturday, June 23, 2018

As seen in Ron's Sharpen Your Handsaws video with Popular Woodworking, he will teach you how to
properly maintain your saws for years of useful life. You will learn the proper tools for the job and how to
shape, sharpen and hone a hand saw by hand, and will have a look at how a mechanical saw filer works.
Learn the differences between sharpening rip teeth vs. cross-cut teeth, the need for proper fleam and
set, and how to quickly read your sharpening job. You will understand why gullets should almost never be
opened up or sloped and how to sharpen both sets of cross-cut teeth without turning the saw around in
the vise.  
Students will each be provided a project rip saw and crosscut saw (2 saws) to work on in class
and take home for practice/use.  
   8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
   Classes include lunch, drinks and snacks. Please let us know if you have special dietary requirements.
Deadline for Registration: 6:00 PM Monday, June 18.
Deadline for Cancellation: 6:00 PM Wednesday, June 20. Any cancellation after this deadline will
forfeit a $50 administrative fee.

Classes may be cancelled with full refund of fees if class minimum of four students is not met by
the deadline.
"The more tools you have, the more problems you can solve."
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