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Item 141407
Model FSF/9/CP

Groz - Deep Throat Fret Saw

$29.99

This Deep Throat Fret Saw is an excellent choice for detailed marquetry and scrollwork where great depth is required. It uses 5", flat end, fret, scroll, jewelers, or spiral saw blades. The chrome...

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This Deep Throat Fret Saw is an excellent choice for detailed marquetry and scrollwork where great depth is required. It uses 5", flat end, fret, scroll, jewelers, or spiral saw blades. The chrome plated frame has a hardwood handle. Depth of cut is 11-1/2".

  • Uses standard universal flat end blades
  • Works with fret, scroll, jewelers, or spiral saw blades
  • Used for detailed marquetry and scrollwork
  • Chrome plated frame with hardwood handle

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Reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
  1. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Useful tool, but the quality could be better

    If you already have a scroll saw you probably have lots of blades, and this tool allows you to use them on detail work that won't fit on the scroll saw. The problem with this Made-in-India tool is that it clamps the scroll saw blades to the frame with a square nut on each end tightened with a wing nut. However, the square nuts tend to twist as you tighten the wingnut and in doing so the blades bend and twist. You need three hands--one to squeeze the frame slightly so the blade fits between the nut and frame holder, one to tighten the wing nut, and one strong one vainly trying to keep the nut from rotating and popping the blade out. This could have been avoided if the tolerances on the frame riveting had been tighter and/or the square nut was larger, such that a more precise fit of the nut against the frame would have kept the nut from turning. I'll eventually fix it by manufacturing a larger nut in the metal shop, but the right fix would be for Groz to design and build a better saw.

  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    i use this saw more than my scroll saw

    i use this saw on small projects in my spare time while out on the road. the only fault so far is after many uses, the corners on the square nuts on this product start to round over.so i went and replaced them with two washers and a wingnut,because i could not find another square nut in stores to fit.now works even better.

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