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saw set

An instrument used to set or angle the teeth of a saw blade so as to make a kerf wider than the thickness of the blade in order to reduce friction.
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To trim edges, rough-cut the stock into four 3'1" (side) and four 2'1" (end) trim boards, cutting one end of the each board with the saw set for a 45 [degrees] miter.
The second day of the three-day festival saw sets from The Script, Slash, Manic Street Preachers and N Dubz on the Main Stage.
The third part of director Deepa Patel's Indian trilogy (following Fire and Earth) saw sets attacked in her home country during filming.
The Mann Island Basin Stage saw sets from Sing me Choir, the Royal Marine Band, Skylights, Choral Pavilion Choir and Formby Brass Band.
The under 18s gigs can now be seen on the last Saturday of every month, and this weekend saw sets from Hertfordshire-based My Passion, who have recently set up their own record label, and local bands Missed the Marks and Killed John Connor.
Last year's Radio 1Xtra Live show at the ECHO arena saw sets from headliner Plan B, East-London's Labrinth, Hackney quartet Rudimental and London rapper Devlin.
By 1939, the line expanded to include awls, bevels, wood and metal chisels, a crowbar, drill bits and bit extensions, files, a hatchet, an ice pick, nail sets, pliers, punches, saw sets, tape measures, tin snips, vises, wrenches, zigzag folding rules and, by 1952, even a wedge vise.