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.
A 9 inch (225mm) fixed blade Japanese saw is designed to cut on the pull stroke. The blade made of high-grade SK5 high carbon steel is coated with water based lacquer for rust-resistance. The saw teeth are ground on three cutting edges for fast and fine cuts. Its advanced impulse hardening process provides outstanding durability for saw teeth. The pistol grip gives users the comfortable and solid feel when sawing. This pull saw with 17TPI can be used for cutting wood, bamboo canes, and plastic pipes.
A 10.5 inch (265mm) woodworking Japanese saw features its high-quality SK5 Japanese high carbon steel blade with triple-ground teeth that cut on the pull stroke. The widened blade with lacquer coating provides greater cutting efficiency and fine cutting performance. The ergonomically designed handle ensures better grip and high comfort. Impulse hardened teeth allow for extended wear. This pull saw with 15TPI can cut all types of wood, plasterboards and plastic pipes.
With a blade length of 12 inch (300mm), this Japanese saw can offer a longer pull stroke for fast and deep cutting. This pull saw made of SK5 Japanese steel blade has triple-ground impulse-hardened teeth that cut up to 50% faster than traditional hand saws. Its thin saw blade can easily cut through wood with less effort. The comfortable pistol grip is designed for fast and easy cutting. The tooth count is 15TPI which is fine teeth can be used for cutting wood, bamboo, gypsum boards and pvc tubes.
A 9.5 inch (240mm) Japanese saw has an aggressive three sided tooth design which can be used for both woodworking tasks and gardening jobs. The saw blade made of SK5 high carbon steel has 7TPI large teeth and cuts on the pull stroke. A special design in the end of the blade improves clearing. The hard point and triple cutting edge tooth design provides smoother and faster cutting. The ergonomic handle is designed for soft touch, high comfort and easy to grip with less hand fatigue.
A 6.8 inch (170mm) Japanese saw features 2pcs replaceable pull-action blades. One blade has 17 TPI fine teeth allowing smooth cuts in wood and the other has 22 TPI extra-fine teeth offering fine cuts in plastic materials besides wood. Its extra thin saw blade is best suited for spaces difficult to reach and its flexibility is also great for flush cuts on dowels. Triple-ground hardened teeth ensure excellent results in cut appearance. The comfortable and non-slip grip ensures security and easy work.
This Japanese saw with two removable blades operates cut on the pull stroke. One blade with 17 TPI fine teeth can be used for sawing all wood and the other blade with 22TPI extra-fine teeth even allows to cut plastic in addition to wood. The flexible thin blade is great for cutting in restricted areas difficult to reach and also for flush cutting. Blades are easily interchangeable by loosening the thumb screw knob of the handle. A 3-sided hard-point tooth design provides fast and fine cuts.
This Japanese style double edge saw puts two saws into one. One side with 7TPI teeth is designed for faster cuts in all wood and the other side with 15TPI teeth is used for finer and cleaner cuts not only in wood but also in bamboo and plastic. Each tooth in both sides has three cutting edges to cut up to 50% faster than traditional double edge saws and is impulse hardened for durability. A longer handle allows woodworking users to hold the saw with two hands and gives users the comfortable and sturdy feel.
This Japanese saw which is made of SK5 Japanese high carbon steel is built to have a blade changeable and removable. Operating on the pull stroke gives users more control over the cut to avoid clogging. Its 10.5 inch (265mm) blade with 15TPI fine teeth allows smoother and sharper sawing. The saw blade has triple ground hard point teeth for aggressive cuts. The longer handle helps users to firmly hold the soft touch rubber grip with two hands. It's ideal for cutting wood (woodworking), bamboo and plastic.
This Japanese saw with the pull stroke action can eliminate binding and make a straight cut. A 10.5 inch (265mm) blade is screwed and fixed into the pistol handle. The lightly flower-textured handle is ergonomically designed for better grip and improved comfort. Its Japanese high carbon steel blade with triple ground hardened teeth has 15 teeth per inch allowing cuts in wood (woodworking), bamboo, and plastic. A hole in the front end of the blade offers users to hang the saw when not in use.
This Japanese saw which cuts on the pull stroke is designed for cutting wood and plastic. A 10.5 inch (265mm) long blade with triple-beveled teeth features its easy blade replacement system. The blade was clamped by a specially designed iron sheet providing support for more control. The teeth count of 15TPI provides finer and neater cuts. Impulse hardened teeth stay 3 times longer than non-hardened standard teeth. The non-slip flower-textured grip gives users feel comfortable and helps to reduce hand fatigue.
Two 10.5 inch (265mm) replaceable SK5 steel blades are included in the rapid pull saw set. Changing the blades by pressing a button gives users easy to replace the blade. The blade with fine 15TPI teeth makes accurate cuts. Hardened triple ground teeth extends sharpness of teeth. The handle is specially designed to hold the blade well fixed in place. The handle has a pistol grip with finger hook at the end ensuring easier cuts on the pull stroke and the control of accidental drops.
This Japanese saw is ideal for making an accurate cut and easy for cutting marked lines. This saw that is made from high carbon steel has a three cutting surface tooth design producing a neat cut finish. Fine (17TPI) impulse-hardened teeth supply fine and smooth cuts. The specially designed iron sheet not only holds the blade tightly but also provides an easy blade change function. The flower-textured grip is designed for low vibration and high comfort. It's great for cutting wood, bamboo and plastic.
Unlike most Japanese saw, this saw has a folding design instead of a fixed straight handle. A portable folding Japanese saw can fit into most toolboxes for storage. A 6 inch (150mm) blade with 15TPI which cuts on the pull stroke has three cutting edge tooth pattern for smoother cuts. Teeth have undergone an impulse-hardening process to stay sharper much longer. Pressing the button can easily lock the blade in place. This Japanese folding saw with a comfortable handle can cut through wood and plastic.
This Japanese saw cuts on the pull stroke providing more control over each stroke of the saw. Its blade can be changeable and is made of SK5 Japanese high carbon steel. The cutting edge length is 12 inch (300mm) so this saw can remove more material per pull stroke. Its blade has hard-point triple-bevel teeth. The teeth count of this Japanese saw is 15TPI so it provides more precise cuts. The ergonomically designed curved handle is easy to grip. It's ideal for cutting all types of wood, bamboo and plastic.
This is a smaller Japanese saw with a changeable and shorter high carbon steel blade. The blade length is 8.8 inch (220mm) only. It's a light saw which cuts on the pull stroke is much easier for users to control. The blade has a specially designed nose in the front end to avoid binding. There is a hole in the end of the blade allowing users to hang the saw on a hook when the saw is not in use. The handle features its improved, non-slip, comfortable open-pistol grip. It is used for wood and plastic cuts.
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