Art of the coping saw.
Whats going on everybody?
Well, I have been doing a good amount of casework in my house the last two days and have "discovered" an old tool.
When I bought my house, the shed/shop in the back yard was loaded with an assortment of older hand tools, including a nice variety of coping saws and older stanley planes, all in need of work.
Well, I have been fitting crown and other assorted moulding around doors and my floors.. too much in my opinion, but thought there must be a less noisy way to do this. I have borrowed my Dad's DeWalt 12" miter for the past eight months, but figured what the hell..
All I have to say, it is pleasant to not have screeching saws and blown sawdust everywhere, but a small pile of dust right below where I am cutting.
Just an observation from this novice woodworker. Kinda makes the work a bit more personal, ya know.