an instrument used to bend out slightly the point of each alternate tooth of a saw so that the kerf made by the saw will be wider than its blade.
a tool used for setting the teeth of a saw, consisting of a type of clamp used to bend each tooth in turn at a slight angle to the plane of the saw to improve cutting, alternate teeth being bent in the same direction
noun 1. trees suitable for sawing into planks, boards, etc.
noun, plural sawteeth [saw-teeth] /ˈsɔˌtiθ/ (Show IPA) 1. one of the cutting teeth of a saw. 2. any of the small parallel roof structures forming a sawtooth roof. adjective 3. having a zigzag profile, similar to that of the cutting edge of a saw; sawtoothed; serrate: a sawtooth mountain range. adjective 1. (of a waveform) […]
adjective 1. having pointing resembling the edge of a saw. 2. serrate.
noun 1. a roof composed of a series of small parallel roofs of triangular cross section, usually asymmetrical with the shorter slope glazed.