Who designed the coping saw?

Answer A coping saw has a c-shaped frame and a flexible blade that allows it to change direction easily. Though the name of the saw's inventor is lost to history, the tool itself has been around for over ... Read More »

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What does a coping saw cut?

A coping saw's original use is cutting the back of trim so that a joint fits tightly. It can cut out shapes on wood or, with the change of a blade, cut metal or tile.Source:This Old House: The Humb... Read More »

How to Use a Coping Saw?

A coping saw is a small hand saw that has a thin, hardened metal blade stretched across a deep U-shaped frame. It is the ideal tool for cutting intricate interior cutouts on a piece of wood. It can... Read More »

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How to Cut Baseboard Without a Coping Saw?

The angles of inside corners of rooms are theoretically 90 degrees, but in reality they're usually a little off because of the drywall taping process. The usual approach to cutting inside corners o... Read More »