Scenes inside the saw manufacturing plant of the Henry Disston & Sons Company (Disston Saw Works), in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1920. Closeup of clamps holding items during manufacture. A worker holding a piece of sheet steel and moving it through a mechanical cutting tool that is creating teeth on the saw blade edge. Workers pulling hot hand saw blanks out of an annealing furnace and placing them into a bin. Worker maintaining movement of sheet stock, that already has teeth cut into it, as it passes under a stamping machine. Closeup of a finished hand saw with the Henry Disston & Sons company trademark embossed on it. (The company hand saw division was subsequently sold a number of times, and the brand is now part of Disston Precision Incorporated.)
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