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Harima Ryoba Saw 300mm with Canvas Cover

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Large Ryoba Saw has 300mm (11-3/4") cutting edge. Overall length 725mm (28-1/2"), blade tapers from 99mm (3-7/8") to 125mm (415/16"). 6-9 TPI.

Ryoba saws are used by Japanese craftsmen to cut large joints found in architecture, furniture construction and boat building. The saws feature two working edges: the crosscut edge has 9 TPI and the rip 4-1/2 TPI. They are made of the highest quality tempered steel with a long tang securely held in a wooden handle. The teeth cut on the pull stroke. This large Ryoba saw has a 300mm (11-3/4") cutting edge and 6-9 TPI. Overall length is 725mm (28-1/2"), and the blade tapers from 99mm (3-7/8") to 125mm (4-15/16"). Cloth case included.

  • Used to cut large joints
  • Two working edges: crosscut and rip
  • Teeth cut on the pull stroke
  • High quality tempered steel
  • Cloth case included
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    Ichi ban tool

    By  johnnybwood

    from Oreland, PA

    About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer


    • Easy To Use
    • Great Blade
    • Powerful


    Best Uses

    • Home Improvement
    • In The Field
    • In The Workshop

    Comments about Harima Ryoba Saw 300mm with Canvas Cover :

    I've used this saw to do everything from cutting cabinet parts to clearing brush. It's light, sharp, fast cutting, and easy to control. It took a little getting used to, learning to cut on the pull stroke, but once past that, it's all downhill. Another really good tool.

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