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Japanese Flush Cut Pull Saw - Woodworking Hand Tools Australia, Bridge City Tools & Japanese Hand Tools
Japanese Flush Cut Pull Saw - Woodworking Hand Tools Australia, Bridge City Tools & Japanese Hand Tools
Japanese Flush Cut Pull Saw - Woodworking Hand Tools Australia, Bridge City Tools & Japanese Hand Tools
Japanese Flush Cut Pull Saw - Woodworking Hand Tools Australia, Bridge City Tools & Japanese Hand Tools
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Shogun Nokogiri | FL-120 Ryoba Kugihiki (Flush Cut)

A very popular Japanese flush cut pull-saw used worldwide, these are nice saws that feel great in use. Comfortable timber handle and a good overall size, a really usable flush-cut saw. Of note with this model is it must be used with one side up, the flex and teeth configuration only allows 1 face flat, both cutting edges can obviously still be used.

  • Kugihiki (Flush-Cut) Nokogiri (Pull-Saw)
  • Ryoba Style - Double Sided Saw Blade
  • Blade Length: 120mm Flexible
  • Overall Length: 255mm
  • Blade Thickness: 0.5mm
  • V Edge - Non Set Teeth
  • To be Used Single Side up Only
  • Fixed Blade - Not Replaceable
  • Beech Timber Handle
  • Crafted in Japan
 
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    Japanese Woodworking Tools | Nokogiri (Pullsaw)

    Nokogiri is the Japanese version of a hand saw. It differs to western saws in 2 main areas: the teeth configuration means the cutting action takes place on the pull-stroke (as opposed to western saws that cut on the push), this yields a very accurate method of cutting. They are also much thinner overall, hence the nicknames "Pullsaw" and "Razor Saw".
    Nokogiri are available in a handful of different styles, designed for specialist applications. The main types used are: Kataba Saw (general purpose single sided saw), Ryoba Saw (doubled sided rip and crosscut saw), Dozuki Saw (very thin and precise, used for fine joinery like tenon and dovetail joints) and the Kugihiki Saw (flush-cut saw). For more information you can check-out this page

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