could you sum up for me what do you use your

Submitted by YASMINE on 05/28/2004 at 08:42. ( )

coping saw for?

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This response submitted by wetnwild on 05/28/2004 at 08:51. ( )

It helps me get along with Cecil and the rest of the dems LOL Actually Yasmine, it is great for cutting foam and geting into small intricate areas to cut where a big flat sided wood saw will not accomodate. It is great for snake bodies and fish carving also. carpenters use it( how it gots its name) to cut the coping along ceiling trim and baseboards in the home. Hope this helps! It is sort of like a hand held scroll saw the way it works.

I Replaced Mine.....

This response submitted by Old Fart on 05/28/2004 at 11:28. ( )

.......With a battery powered sawsall. It is the second most used tool in the shop now, next to the drill/screwdriver. And it is surprising how delicate the work can be that it can do! But for altering forms there is no substitute.

coping saw

This response submitted by geri on 05/28/2004 at 14:28. ( )

hang it on the wall use ferriers file

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