Veritas Flush Cutting Saws
Veritas Flush Cutting Saws
£16.74 - £22.20 (£13.95 - £18.50 Ex. VAT)

Veritas Flush Cutting Saws

  • Excellent for cutting projecting dowels or plugs
  • Double edged 22tpi with teeth set one way
  • Single edged 26tpi with no set
  • Japanese style tooth pattern
  • Flexible blades cut on the pull stroke
  • Overall length 290mm(11.1/2") with 120mm(4.3/4") blade
  • Made in Canada
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£16.74 - £22.20 (£13.95 - £18.50 Ex. VAT)

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Description

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Traditionally used for the rapid trimming of plugs and dowels flush with a surface, these flush cutting saws can be used where you want to cut off a projection without damaging the surrounding or adjoining face. The Japanese tooth pattern blade cuts aggressively (on the pull stroke), but does not mark the surface that it is cutting next to. The thin blade is flexible and can be pressed flush to any surface, yet is rigid enough for good control. The saw is available with teeth cut on only one edge with no set or in a double edged style that cuts from either side with the teeth set in one direction. Each is about 290mm long with 120mm of blade. These work like a charm.

Specification

Specification

Length of Blade 120 mm
Reviews (4)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.5 out of 5 based on 4 reviews

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David

22 October 2017

Nice saw, cuts well.

I bought the double edged version to cut softwood plugs. It works very well at cutting the plug without marking the timber (used on softwood window frames that had been treated, primed, and undercoated), barely marking the paint / timber at all.
It is a little tricky at first to use a pull saw if you are not used to it. The double edged version is directional, i.e. has a "this way up" marking, as the teeth have been ground on the lower edge to prevent marking. Bearing this in mind, I assume the double edged to be much more versatile than the single edged, as it allows you to come from both sides, or be used regardless of restrictions in a handed corner, etc. (I have not seen / used the single edge version).
I also bought the 1/2in veritas snug plug cutter. As i do not own a pillar drill, I was hoping to get away with using it in my router (as the 3/8 shank fits my router with an adaptor i have). It cut very well for the first few cuts, but I think it over heated quickly, and started charing, and getting clogged with resin (used on joinery quality soft wood which had been treated and primed) regardless it cut the plugs accurately, though a little charred. I was running it way to fast, I think the instructions said 900rpm, whereas the lowest my router went to was 10,000rpm...... my bad...
The tapered feature seemed to be beneficial, though only an asset if the hole that requires plugging is of an appropriate depth to accommodate, I also found these quite tricky to start (fit to the hole initially before hammering), as they were pretty "snug" before the taper kicks in, they could really do with a additional taper at the tip to help them get started in the hole.
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Murphy Workbenches

26 December 2014

Just Excellent

We use 35mm plugs on our workbenches this little dude cuts them with a breeze without marking the wood

Thank you Veritas another super product
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S Woyka

4 May 2012

'sawsome

Great product from the Veritas stablet. Does a neat job very quickly without marking the timber. With the teeth set on one side the cut tends to rise a little as outlined in the instructions, so I tend to cut from both sides to half way, reducing cleaning up time to a minimum. Great value too especially the double edged version.
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Beginner

21 June 2011

Good for precision jobs

Very good saw, cuts flush and without any marks. Takes some time to get used to (and remember!) pull action (japanese style). The saw feels a bit flimsy but I suppose it's meant to be that way to enable cuting in tight corners. I've tried to use it to cut pegs 12mm made of seasoned larch timber and it was not very fast. Perhaps 22Tpi was to fine for the job.

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