Japanese Super Fine Saw
Japanese Super Fine Saw
£33.71 (£28.09 Ex. VAT)

Japanese Super Fine Saw

Code: 502226

  • A saw for precision work
  • Kerf of only 0.16mm, with 42tpi
  • Blade 55mm (2.1/8") long by 15mm deep
  • Cuts on the pull stroke, teeth have no set
  • 185mm (7.1/4") long overall
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Frequently Bought Together

  • Japanese Super Fine Saw
  • Japanese Kugihiki Flushcut Saw
Total: £57.66

In Detail

This is a saw for workers in wood where precision is paramount, such as musical instrument makers. A unique example of a Japanese saw, it has a kerf of only 0.16mm. The blade is 55mm (2.1/8") long and 15mm deep with extremely fine teeth at 42tpi. It cuts on the pull stroke, giving better control when working with such a fine blade. The teeth have no set. It is 185mm (7.1/4") long overall.



Blade Thickness 0.16 mm
Kerf 0.16 mm
Length of Blade 55 mm
Overall Length 185 mm
Tooth Pitch \ tpi 0.60 mm \ 42 tpi
Reviews (1)

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Overall rating 3 out of 5 based on 1 review

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Keith Naylor

26 April 2013

Fantastic Blade but ...

I bought this saw for cutting extremely fine joints. The blade is fantastic giving a finish which hardly needs any further work.
However, I have found that the biggest disapointment is the way the blaed slips out of the spine holder after a very few strokes. Easy to push back in, but the blade is so thin that any inattention when it happens the blade will be damaged.
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