Japanese Kugihiki Flushcut Saw
Japanese Kugihiki Flushcut Saw
£23.99 (£19.99 Ex. VAT)

Japanese Kugihiki Flushcut Saw

Code: 300326

  • Allows cutting of dowels, through tenons or excess trimming
  • Teeth have no set, will not scratch the surrounding surface
  • Flexibility permits access into tight spots
  • 125mm long, 24tpi blade
  • Fitted with traditional wooden handle
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£23.99 (£19.99 Ex. VAT)

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  • Japanese Kugihiki Flushcut Saw
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Total: £127.24

In Detail

The Kugihiki Noko or flush cutting saw allows the cutting of dowels, through tenons or excess trimming of plugs without marking the surrounding surface. The teeth of this special tool have no set so the blade can cut right at the surface without disfiguring it. The saw's great flexibility also permits it access into hitherto unreachable tight spots. The blade is 125mm long with 24tpi for use both left and right handed. Fitted with a traditional wooden handle. Blade thickness 0.20mm.



Length of Blade 125 mm
Tooth Pitch \ tpi 1.05 mm \ 24 tpi
Reviews (1)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 3 out of 5 based on 1 review

Newest Customer Reviews



30 December 2013

Has its limits.

This is a reasonably useful saw, but there are limits to its performance. Firstly, if you don't hold the saw blade flush with the surface it will dig in and mark the surface. I have taken to pressing on the blade to ensure it maintains contact with the face of the wood, but some sanding or planing is sometimes necessary if care isn't taken. Secondly, the blade tarnishes with alarming speed - dark blue/black, rather than a traditional rust colour: it must be kept oiled and wiped before use, otherwise this comes off on the wood. Lastly, the blade is ferociously sharp when new and as long as you use it carefully it maintains its edge, but it is a specialist saw and must not be used for other purposes: the thin blade buckles very easily and once creased will not work properly. Don't lend it to others!

It does not have a replaceable blade and the blade cannot be easily resharpened because of the tiny teeth. The one thing it is good for is for cutting ends of joints or dowels further into the face of a board than a less flexible saw can cope with.

Personally, I have taken to using a fine toothed kataba saw and then sanding if necessary: however, if you take the time to develop the correct technique it is a useful saw to add to your collection once you have all the others!

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