crosscut saw


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Synonyms for crosscut saw

handsaw that cuts at right angles to the grain (or major axis)

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Besides crosscut saw, panel saw, and edge bander, there is sufficient evidence to conclude that the other listed machine technologies are associated with the sales classes of architectural millwork companies.
Then cut three 20-1/2" posts and one 28-1/2" post from the 2x2 and trim the top ends to a blunt bevel with a crosscut saw.
He will also compete in the tree-topping event, which is similar to speed climbing except the racers carry a crosscut saw up the pole and have to slice a disc off a log that has been attached to the top of the pole.
Then, teetering on the springboards, they whipped a crosscut saw back and forth as another crewman drove wedges into the cut to guide the tree's fall.
To a homesteader "bleed off" is a much more sinister term, used if your thumb gets too close to your crosscut saw.
For example, no more than five part lengths are usually assigned to be cut simultaneously on a manually operated crosscut saw.
Also a two-person crosscut saw and a sharpening kit as a backup, because you may want clues about your wood pile to remain quiet as cured firewood is one of the first things to run out.
Box 120783, New Brighton, MN 55112; and Crosscut Saw Company, P.
One countrysider made a detailed analysis of this by comparing the time required to cut a cord of firewood with a crosscut saw with the time spent doing it with a chain saw.
With the open pollinated seeds, the crosscut saw, scythe, smoke house, the fruit cupboard, potato and apple bins, the spring house, the milk cow, the hogs, chickens, sheep, beef cattle and a good dose of American ingenuity, we'll have plenty for a quality life, plenty to share and plenty to barter with.
offers its new Model DMC70 Mitre Max, a fixed 45[degrees] double miter crosscut saw.
Hendrick's USX-Series crosscut saws let manufacturers dedicate their existing horizontal panel saw to rip cutting and then send the linear strips to the crosscut saw, increasing production while minimizing floor space.
The crosscut saw is essentially a larger version of the hand saw used in cutting lumber, but with specialized teeth and adaptable to either one- or two-person use.
The Mitre Max DMC70, fixed 45[degrees] double miter crosscut saw utilizes an advanced linear track guiding system, which enables the saw to cut mouldings up to 8-in.
The USX-Series of Cross-Cut Saws allows manufacturers to dedicate their existing horizontal panel saw to rip cutting and to send linear strips to the crosscut saw, increasing production while minimizing floor space, the company says.