Replacement Saw Blade, Kakuri Semi-Fine Cut 250mm

$28.00 AUD


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This blade offers clean and fast cutting, a great saw for cross-cutting, joints, trimming and general sawing jobs for all types timber. Specifications Kerf: 0.5 mm Blade Length: 250 mm Blade Width: 60 mm Cross Cut Teeth: 1.4 mm Setting: 0.6 mm Use: Cross-cutting, joints and trimming. PLEASE NOTE : This is for blade only

The KAKURI Fine Cut Saw Series has been designed to allow equal versatility of its tools and uses. Every blade and handle in the series is completely interchangeable to enable the craftsman the ability to customize the entire range of Japanese pull saws to suit each specific purpose.

Each blade in this series is made to the highest quality using only Japanese or Swedish steel. These metals are highly regarded and are used by professional craftsmen around the world. Some of the fine tooth blades are hand filed, giving you the accuracy and ease of cutting in every pull of the saw. The handle mechanism to hold the blade is uniquely streamlined to eliminate any chance of the latch getting in the way of your material.

The Kakuri Fine Cut Saw Series delivers versatility and quality in tools used by fine craftsmen for the trades of boat builders and shipwrights, makers of musical instruments, cabinet-makers, box makers, carpenters and in joinery.


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Semi Fine 200mm Blade

I have used this and other blades including Hardwood, Flush Cut, Universal as well as this one semi Fine Blade. First bought 2 years ago at the Melb wood show so they last very well. I am impressed by the very fine finish to the cut and how they keep their edge even after lot of use. It is easier to do one or two cuts with the blades rather than set up and use either the mitre or table saw. these are the first replacement blades purchased. Very Happy with the quality of the Kakuri Blades

John M.

pretty good

cuts quite cleanly, but tends to drift left on the leading edge of wide cuts

Peter W.