Hand saw manufacturing operations at the Henry Disston & Sons factory in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A worker manipulates a saw handle against a running router to create the wheat pattern in the wood. Another man is seen placing saw handles into a gang boring machine to bore and flat countersink finish holes in them, for fastening to the saw blade. The machine has multiple heads set for both left and right side boring. After one side is done, the operator flips the handle over to complete the other side. An operator at a machine cutting teeth into a saw blade blank. Another machine operator running saw blanks through a set of embossing rollers.
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