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Z-Saw Z-7010
Item 156736

Zsaw 150mm Beading Saw with Woodpecker Tooth with Replaceable Blade

$37.50

These Dozuki nokogiri saws are designed for fast, accurate cuts. Since the rigid spline is not full length of the blade, the interchangeable blades can easily make long, accurate cuts in thin...

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These Dozuki nokogiri saws are designed for fast, accurate cuts. Since the rigid spline is not full length of the blade, the interchangeable blades can easily make long, accurate cuts in thin material. The blade is only 0.012˝ thick and the teeth are impulse hardened for extended wear. A unique feature of the 6˝ Beading Saw is the special "woodpecker" tooth at the end of the blade, which allows the user to start a cut in mid-panel. The blade thickness is 0.012˝ and kerf is 0.018˝. The teeth are impulse hardened for extended wear. The handle is wrapped with rattan. The blade length is 6˝, overall length is 14½˝, and teeth/inch is 21. Replacement Blade available #156741.
  • Rattan-wrapped handle
  • Impulse hardened teeth for extended wear
  • Designed for fast, accurate cuts
  • Special "woodpecker" tooth at the end of the blade allows the user to start a cut in mid-pane

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    beading saw is indispensible

    I have used the beading saw as a carpenter for about 8 years now. Everytime I am near the Woodcraft store in Minneapolis I pick up a replacement blade. It is an incredibly handy saw used for cutting shims, trim such as base shoe, items needed to be cut in place such as baseboard. On the weekends I use it in my wood shop when I "unplug". I can cut dovetails and small trim with it. It is sharp as a razor, cuts accurately due to the back on it, and the blades change easily. Many of my friends have had me pick one up for them and I see them in aprons now on job sites. I wouldn't be without one anymore, it is high quality and I am using the same one I bought in 2009, just keep replacing blades

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