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Hay-Budden Sawyers Anvil

Wrought HAY-BUDDEN Sawyers Anvil

Photos from Tate Mark.

While it is not entirely clear the Hay-Budden logo can be made out


Sawyers anvils are a heavy flat block used to tension or "tune" big circular saw blades. The blade sets on a stand where the sawyer can rotate the blade while it is setting flat on the anvil. The Sawyer strikes the blade in a regular pattern to put tension in the metal so that the blade does not flutter or vibrate while turning.

The same system us used to tune cymbals.


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