An extremely versatile universal cutting blade, useful for getting into tight corners. As this is a utility saw it can also be used to cut plastics, and the piercing tooth on the front allows a cut to be started in the centre of a panel (see photograph 5). The handle also opens past 180 degrees to protect your fingers in awkward situations.
Although this blade will fit a wide range of handles (fitting group D), until recently most customers have chosen the stubby handle in the fourth picture. Z-Saw have now produced a super folding handle for this blade, shown in the first 3 photographs, and I expect this to become a firm customer favourite.
The additional photographs show how the blade and handle were designed for work in stud walls, and how Japanese craftsmen can carry this saw. If you only need one saw, this could well be it!
Pitch 1.75mm (14 TPI) blade length 200 mm, thickness 0.5 mm, kerf 0.70 mm datasheet
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