Ryoba Saw - 180 mm - No. 291
The Razorsaw® Ryoba Saw is an all-purpose performer has two sets of teeth—one for ripping and one for crosscutting. Like most Japanese saws, it cuts on the pull stroke, putting the blade in tension for an exceptionally fine, straight cut. Since the kerf is narrow, very little energy is...
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The Razorsaw® Ryoba Saw is an all-purpose performer has two sets of teeth—one for ripping and one for crosscutting. Like most Japanese saws, it cuts on the pull stroke, putting the blade in tension for an exceptionally fine, straight cut. Since the kerf is narrow, very little energy is required. Ryobas are often described by blade length (in millimeters), because this usually indicates the saw’s main uses. In general, shorter saws have finer teeth, enabling you to do more exacting work. A unique feature of the Razorsaw Ryoba Saw is the handle, which can be tilted in relation to the blade. This allows access into areas otherwise awkward or impossible to reach. Carpenters, restoration workers and boat builders will find this feature particularly useful. The handle is wrapped with rattan for a secure grip.
- Use to cut solid wood, plywood, veneered wood, engineered wood and more
- Dual-edged blade for both cross and rip cuts
- Impulse hardened teeth for extended wear
- Tilted handle allows access to awkward places
- Handle is wrapped with rattan for a secure grip
- Designed to fit into a tool box or work bag
- Replaceable blades (sold separately)
- Blade Length: 7" (180 mm)
- Overall Length: 15" (381 mm)
- Teeth Per Inch (Crosscut Side): 19 TPI
- Teeth Per Inch (Rip Side): 9 TPI
- Replacement Blade: Ryoba Saw 180 mm No. S-291 Replacement Blade - #155638 (sold separately)
- (1) Double-Edge Ryoba Saw - 180 mm - No. 291
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