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Lynx WCLT12
Item 147410

Crosscut Tenon Saw 12" x 3" Depth x 15 TPI .048"

$109.99

A strong, polished brass back gives this 12" cabinet saw the extra rigidity for cutting perfectly straight tenons, dovetails, and other joints. It features crosscut-style teeth, 15 TPI, 3" depth of...

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A strong, polished brass back gives this 12" cabinet saw the extra rigidity for cutting perfectly straight tenons, dovetails, and other joints. It features crosscut-style teeth, 15 TPI, 3" depth of cut, and .048" kerf. Each Lynx saw is individually produced by a craftsman who ensures that you get a reliable tool that holds a sharp cutting edge, and will not fail under constant hard use. Setting and grinding of the teeth is done by hand so that proper tooth geometry is maintained for the best cutting action. Handles are carefully crafted and fitted to blades with solid brass mounting bolts.



  • Lynx 12" backsaw
  • Crosscut-style teeth; 15 TPI
  • .048" kerf
  • Teeth precisely set and sharpened to ensure the best possible cut
  • Taper ground with straight tooth line

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Truly a great saw. Get one today!

    I've had this saw for a few months and nam amazed at the smoothness of the cut. No sanding required. While making toys for my grandchildren this saw is quicker than setting up my bandsaw for angled cuts and no sanding is needed. Thanks for such a great saw! PS The reference to tenons in cons is an error, I just can't clear it.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great saw!

    I've had this saw for about 4 months now and I'm really pleased with it. It's well balanced and comfortable in the hand, and I feel like I have good control of the blade. I've used it for cross-cutting to length with a bench hook, handcutting/chiselling rabbets, cutting tenon shoulders, basically all the things that one uses a crosscut saw for, and it's performed as expected in each case. Overall, I'd rate this as a professional quality saw and I have yet to find any flaws with it.

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