#1
I need to cut a 9cm*9cm*100cm planed lumber to a 6.5*9*100...trying my first neck build
the thing is.. I dont have hugh equipment do to so... just some hand tools
I have tried to cut it but the cut always deforms, I can't get a straight cut with my hand saw
which hand saw is the best for me job?
any techniques that could help me out here?
with thanks.. MR. Dubin
#2
Pop down to a joiners shop, they'll do it for maybe an hour labor time if not less
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#3
the nearest shop is quite far away, any methods of doing it myself?
with thanks.. MR. Dubin
#4
man, you must live in the middle of nowhere!

you got a router? you could set up a guide and rout it down to width
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#5
that's a good idea!
but that's a lot of good wood been lost there...only If I have no other choise I will rout it down
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#6
hand cut it at like 7cm instead of 6.5 then trim it to size
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#7
Practice. It is very possible to cut a straight cut with any hand saw, just gotta practice.
Personally, for a cut like that I would use a typical cross cut hand saw.
#8
get something with a brass spine to the bend won't bend. Its possible, just practice on soft wood untill you can cut a good line, then fix it with sanding/router bit.
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#9
I have a sharp backsaw with a spine(unknown material), I will keep practicing that skill and hope to best
thanks guys
with thanks.. MR. Dubin