Woodworking Japanese Saw
A Japanese saw's main features are its thinner blades and pull-stroke action so a Japanese saw is also called a pull saw. Cutting on the pull stroke which means using milder strokes may save users' effort and improve control so it's much easier for users to achieve straight and delicate cuts. Pull saws are ideal for cutting hardwood and softwood. Japanese saws made by Soteck, a Japanese saw producer, come in different shapes and sizes. Selecting Soteck's Japanese saws really fulfills your needs of precise cuts.