- For serious precision work or box making, 325mm overall length
- Kataba with teeth ground to suit both cross and rip cutting
- Kugihiki very flexible blade for flush cutting
- Mawashibiki compass saw, narrow blade for tight curves
- Dozuki rip-cut, exceptionally thin kerf for precise dovetails
- Ryoba and the Azebiki saws with rip and crosscut teeth
When it comes to serious precision work on fine joints or box making, these professional quality Japanese saws are exceptional. Light in weight with an overall length of 325mm. With the exception of the Azebiki the blades are 120mm long. The Kataba has teeth ground to suit both cross and rip cutting. The Kugihiki's blade is flexible for flush cutting, whilst the Mawashibiki has a very narrow blade for tight curves. The teeth of the Dozuki are rip-cut, with a kerf of only 0.2mm and a steel spine, this is the saw to use for precision dovetail cutting. Lastly are the double-sided saws, the Ryoba and the Azebiki, with rip teeth on one edge and crosscut on the other. The curved edge of the Azebiki allows you to start a cut in the middle of a workpiece.
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