It is not always possible to take your well-used saw to a professional for sharpening, if a reliable sharpener can even be found. The next choice is to do the sharpening yourself, and Law shows just how to do that.
No fancy machinery is required, just a workbench, a vise and some files for the most part. He focuses on repairing rip, crosscut and dovetail saws, discussing steel types, file selection, tooth shapes, hooks and bevel angles. One chapter covers retoothing a saw blade that has broken or uneven teeth.
Length: 60 minutes.