Basic info it to set the teeth first, if they require it. If it's a crosscut saw, points are on the outside of the saw, sharpened at an acute angle to the forward motion of the saw. If it's a rip saw, teeth are parallel to the forward motion, of the saw, and look like little wood planes, arranged in 2 parallel rows, or a wavy line, depending on the style,and are filed by holding the file, more or less at a right angle to the saw's motion. There are plenty of books, videos, and accessories you can buy, or just buy a cheap chinese hand saw for about $8.
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