Knew Concepts - Fine Metalsmithing Equipment Designed for Artisans

Which Knew Concepts saw is right for me?

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What type of material do you cut with your saw?

  • Wood
  • Metals/Jewelry
2 What type of wood work do you do?
  • Constuction, restoration, coping, molding, or large fine cuts
  • Fine woodworking and lutherie
3 What type of metal/jewelry work do you do?
  • Goldsmithing. Small scale objects (rings, earrings, or objects inside a 2" cube)
  • General Metalsmithing. Medium scale objects (up to a 8" cube)
  • Large Scale Metalsmithing. Large scale objects (sculpture, or objects larger than a 8" cube)
4 Constuction, restoration, coping, molding, or large fine cuts

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5 What type of fine woodworking and/or lutherie do you do?
  • Dovetail waste or small inlay
  • General purpose fine woodwork (more than just dovetails, but smaller than a guitar)
  • Large inlays or large instruments (guitar or larger in one solid piece)
6 Do you use an optivisor?
  • Yes
  • No
7 Do you use an optivisor?
  • Yes
  • No
8 Large Scale Metalsmithing:

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9 Metals/Jewelry: Student

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10 Woodwork: Dovetail waste or small inlay

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11 Woodwork: General purpose fine woodwork

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12 Woodwork: Large inlays or large instruments

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13 Goldsmithing: Yes, I use an optivisor.

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14 Goldsmithing: No, I do not use an optivisor.

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15 General Metalsmithing: Yes, I use an optivisor.

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16 General Metalsmithing: No, I do not use an optivisor.

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