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Upcut Saw

10/18/2014


From original questioner:

I am a one man shop
I make doors and dovetail drawers
I want too buy a up cut saw
is that the write saw for what im making
im looking at 14 inch iron wood saw
first time here thanks for some in put

From contributor La


Right up front I'm not fond of Chinese tools. We've got an 18" Whirlwind. It has some design flaws but works OK for relatively rough cutting. Choose your blades carefully, slow the stroke some and maybe put a backup fence to limit chip-outs could make it nearly a finish cut.

From contributor fr


frank
thanks for the in put
what would be the best saw for cutting door parts only

From contributor Ke


An up-cut saw is the best solution for what you are doing!!! With a digital ruler or device like a Tiger stop you will find the precision and speed you can cut volumes of parts with will be above expectations. DO IT! But I also recommend the 18" saws. I am using a Chines made saw at my current job and with the exception of a few updated safety features, it is the same saw as the Powermatic I purchased back in 1995! So I'm not sure I can agree with Larry about totally avoiding Chines made in some cases. This saw does an outstanding job.

From contributor Ke


I also wanted to say, get a stiff saw blade with 120 teeth, High angle ATB, zero to plus 5 deg. A good company for a Cadillac of blades at a great price is R.K.O. Saw in Cullom, IL. 800-926-6655

From contributor fr


thank u kevin I will u posted

From contributor do


I bet you that Ironwood would cut 1 million parts. A shop here in my area just got a huge double sided planer and strait line ripsaw..Nothing wrong with Ironwood! Well made.

From contributor Da


I am a one man shop that also makes my doors and drawers. 3 years ago I purchased a whirlwind upcut and this year at IWF I bought a Tigerstop to go on it, This is been one of my best investments in speed and accuracy for the shop.

From contributor fr


thank you daryl
im going with the ironwood 14
and im going to get 12 foot tiger stop
town you live in im in ct

From contributor Da


I am in nebraska

From contributor Da


Haven't pulled the trigger on a uncut saw, but bought a tiger stop, and the difference it made in quality and speed was priceless. Third best investment, behind cnc router and edgebander.

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