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handsaw

[′hand‚sȯ]
(design engineering)
A saw operated by hand, with a backward and forward arm movement.

handsaw

handsaw: nomenclature
Any hand-held saw for cutting wood having a handle at one end; operated manually.
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Using a handsaw and following the pencil line, cut straight down 5 1/2 inches into the top of each pole.
First cut lengthwise, then make the crosscut and finish the cut with your handsaw. Clean the bottom of the notch with a sharp chisel.
blade cuts a little less than halfway through, you'll have to finish the cut with a handsaw. To prevent kickback, position both sawhorses on the keeper side of the line and allow the cutoff piece to fall.
Enter Miss Gwynne as feisty Dr Joanna with a shiny handsaw in her medical kit.
All the cuts can be made with a handsaw. You'll also need an electric (or hand) drill, a chisel, a tape measure, a hammer, paintbrushes, wire cutters, and a staple gun.
Participants should bring a lunch, water, appropriate clothing, footwear, work gloves, loppers, and a handsaw, if possible.
When you're cutting with a handsaw, it's hard to get an accurate start.
Prices start at pounds 15.28 for Sandvik Superior XT compass, tenon and handsaw with plastic tooth guard.
To make this background rhythm machine, you'll need 16 inches each of 7/8-inch and 1/4-inch hardwood dowel, a handsaw, sandpaper, and clear sealer.
Participants should bring a lunch, water and appropriate clothing and footwear, as well as work gloves, loppers or a handsaw, if possible.
Besides these special tools, a 10-point or finer handsaw, drill, jigsaw, masking tape and tape measure are all you need.
Using a radial-arm saw, table saw, or handsaw in a miter box, cut 24 rounds, each 3/8 inch thick.