- These saws adopt selected traits of traditional carcass saws and render them using innovative materials and modern manufacturing methods
- Well balanced, maneuverable, and scaled for smaller work than a tenon saw
- Typically used to cut joints in drawer runners, dividers, and stretchers (the framework or carcass of a piece)
- 12 tpi rip saw has a 10° rake angle and an included angle of 60° for efficient cutting parallel to the grain
- 14 tpi crosscut saw has a rake angle of 15°, an included angle of 60°, and teeth filed with alternating 15° bevels to sever wood fibers rather than tear them
- Teeth on each saw have relatively minimal set, at only 0.003" per side
- Each saw has a molded spine that incorporates stainless-steel powder for weight, glass fiber for stiffness, and an advanced polymer binder
- An over-molded blade and stainless-steel handle-mounting bolt create a solid one-piece blade/spine/mount assembly
- Single brass fastener secures the bubinga handle
- Open-grip handle is larger than those of classic carcass saws, and permits a comfortable, secure grip
- The high-carbon steel blade, 11" long and 0.02" thick, has a cut depth of about 2-3/8"
- Each saw is 16-3/8" long overall and weighs just under a pound
- Offered individually or as a pair
- Made in Canada
Please note: saws may ship with either a Rosewood or Walnut handle due to manufacturing change.