Since my Beading saw with woodpecker tooth 6" is back ordered and really don't want to hold my breath; what is the next best thing? For my 17LT I used the bonsai saw. No big thing cause those type of hatches cover up my unstraight lines. On the Shearwayer Merganser I ventured into a handheld jigsaw, again not the best but the "scottish hat hatches" detered from my again unstraight lines. Now my third project the Shearwater 17 with flush hatches....I was told the hatches would be CNC cut out. AT least thats my recollection and indeed I must cut out the hatch to make it a flush mounted hatch. Very fustrated and maybe another source for the woodpecker saw may be my best bet.
I there another way to get a straight thin kerf line for the flush mount hatches
Thanks for your time.