Maintaining your Saw Frame
The teeth of the saw blade need to be pointing down to the handle as cutting is done with a downward stroke.
One is able to cut thicker metal and allow the designer to cut intricate shapes, smoother
curves, holes or other shapes in a piece of metal sheet.
Use Beeswax as a lubricant to make sure your blades last well and don’t break, its helps for smoother more accurate sawing.
The saw blade needs to be tensioned so it will PING when being plucked like a guitar string.
It is vital that you keep your saw taught and use beeswax often to lubricate the blade.