Veritas Gent's Saws
Veritas Gent's Saws
£47.62 (£39.68 Ex. VAT)

Veritas Gent's Saws

  • 0.4mm thick high-carbon steel
  • Injection moulded back creates a solid one-piece blade/spine/mount assembly
  • Brass nut secures comfortable hardwood handle
  • Saw cuts easily and stays true
£47.62 (£39.68 Ex. VAT)

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Description

In Detail

Sharing the same, advanced materials as the Veritas dovetail and carcass saws, these Gent’s saws have 200mm long high-carbon steel blades just 0.4mm thick with 0.08mm of teeth set per side. The 20tpi ripsaw has teeth with a 14" rake angle and a 60° included angle. The teeth on the 22tpi crosscut saw have a rake angle of 15°, an included angle of 60° and alternating 15° bevel angles so that they sever rather than tear wood fibres. Both saws have a cut depth of 41mm. For strength and rigidity, the glass and stainless steel-filled polymer spine is moulded over the blade and handle stud. A brass nut secures the Bubinga handle to the blade. Made in Canada.

Specification

Specification

Blade Thickness 0.40 mm
Kerf 0.56 mm
Length of Blade 200 mm
Reviews (1)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4 out of 5 based on 1 review

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Michael Forster

12 June 2013

Good Veritas kit

I added this to my set because I wanted a finer crosscut saw - the Veritas rip-tooth 20tpi Dovetail Saw is a beautiful bit of kit and I wanted something like it in a crosscut. This saw doesn't disappoint - starts easily, cuts very cleanly and the back has enough weight to aid its passage so you don't have to exert downward pressure. It would have been a 5-star review had it had a tenon- rather than a gent's-saw handle - that makes it much easier to sense the angle of cut for precise work. But that's the only complaint I can make - just like the other Veritas saws, it's a beauty.

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