The fine crosscut and rip teeth of the Ryoba 10-2720 allow extremely accurate cuts. It is well suited for cabinetry, furniture making, and other fine woodworking projects in medium to hard wood. It also makes smooth flush cuts.
Teeth: 17tpi; Kerf: 0.025"; Blade Length: 9"; Overall Length: 23".
" Case Pack 6 For centuries in Japan, castles, temples and other important buildings were constructed using mortises, tongue and groove and other joinery, and in place of nails wooden dowels and wedges were used. Precise carpentry cuts were required to build these magnificent structures. This was the birth of the pull saw.
Japanese pullsaw teeth are angled to cut on the pull stroke. Pull to cut is easier from any position and is a natural motion requiring little effort. Because pulling a saw places the blade in tension, it prevents the blade from bowing, buckling or binding. The pulling motion allows the use of a very thin blade. The advantages are a very narrow kerf, exceptionally fast and smooth cuts, and unparalleled accuracy. Please note: If there is a color/size/type option, the option closest to the image will be shipped (Or you may receive a random color/size/type).
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