Storing Japanese Pull Saws
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  Re: RE: Storing Japanese Pull Saws by AHill ([quote='jcredding' p...)
(10-27-2020, 10:55 AM)AHill Wrote: This is how Toshio Odate does it.  But his workshop seems to be pretty uncluttered.  




No, that's not Odate, it's..............his son  Laugh Big Grin Laugh .

The saws should be hung with the teeth facing in or to the side, to avoid damaging the teeth or cutting the owner.

Simon
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  Re: RE: Storing Japanese Pull Saws by Handplanesandmore ([quote='AHill' pid='...)
(11-02-2020, 06:06 PM)Handplanesandmore Wrote: No, that's not Odate, it's..............his son  Laugh Big Grin Laugh .

The saws should be hung with the teeth facing in or to the side, to avoid damaging the teeth or cutting the owner.

Simon

Yeah, he's definitely younger in that pic. It's from The Workbench Book by Scott Landis.  Originally published in 1987, but the pic could be from the 1998 version.  The caption to the photo in the book does cite it's Toshio Odate.  And it's consistent with the pics from his book on Japanese Tools.
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Allan Hill
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