SAW I INSTRUCTIONS
The bone blade should be loaded in the saw frame with the teeth toward the rear
- this makes sawing smoother and easier.
DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN - Tightening the wing nut excessively is unnecessary, and
could cause excessive wear on the parts. Turn wing nut only until the blade is taut.
Procedure for replacing saw in the case:
- Blades should be loaded in case first with teeth facing inward.
- To avoid contact with sharp edges, bend the blades back when removing or replacing the bar and tube in the case.
- The stainless steel tube is inserted on top of one blade.
- The front bar is inserted on top of the other blade with the bend of the bar towards the inside.
- The handle is then placed in the leather rings with the bolt assembly on top, and the finger guard toward the outside of the case.
SAW II INSTRUCTIONS
Place tube with connector in the handle first, as shown in the drawing.
Wing nut should be unscrewed until threads are not showing. Then install blade over
front pin and apply pressure (as illustrated) to flex frame and load blade. Then
tighten wing nut to desired tension.
Extraordinary pressure may be exerted on the frame by over-tightening the wing nut.
Should you over tighten the wing nut and the saw frame pulls slightly to the left or
right, it may be realigned by using light pressure as illustrated above. This will center
the fittings, which are of necessity oversized, to allow rapid assembly and disassembly.