A saw is a thin plate of steel that is serrated at the edge for cutting purposes, by a reciprocal change in motion, pulling it toward you and pushing it away from you. The cut that a saw makes, or the part that is taken away in a board is a thin slice that can be found between parallel planes or a deep, narrow channel of equal thickness.
Saws come in varying kinds: the half ripper saw, the ripping saw, the hand saw, the panel saw, tenon saw, sash saw, the dove-tail saw, the compass saw, and the key-hole or turning saw.
The teeth of each of these saws are designed so they can contain an angle of sixty degrees, both external and internal angles, and an incline more or less forward, since the saw is made to cut traverse to, or in the direction of the fibers. They are also different in lengths and breadths, and this is depending on what they are used for.
Their teeth are bent alternately to each side, so that the plate may clear the wood.
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Let us take a look at some of these saws.
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