SUIZAN Japanese Folding Dozuki Dovetail Saw 9.5 Inch, Folding Dozuki Saw for Woodworking
Japanese Style Hand Saw – Pull Saw for both of soft wood and hard wood like tiger maple, red oak, teak, MDF, OSB, or even driftwoods
Consisted of top quality Japanese steel: It combines durableness, sensitivity and powerfulness
Teeth Per Inch: 25 TPI / Blade Thickness: 0.012 inch / Kerf Width: 0.02 inch / Blade Length: 9-1/2 inch
Folding saw is handy and easy to carry
This is a 9-1/2 inch dozuki (Dovetail) saw, a type of backsaw. The Japanese word “dozuki” means “attached trunk”, so it has a stiffening rib attached. A dozuki allows the user to create a narrow, precise cut due to its thin blade and its easiness to control. A remarkable point of this SUIZAN dozuki saw is its precision. Amazingly, the Kerf Width is 0.016 inch! You can do every woodworking with it.
Cross-Cut To cut across the grain is called cross cut. Cross cut teeth consist of two teeth in which one points slightly to the right and the other to the left. Cross cut teeth cut wood fiber at a certain width. It works the same when cutting the grain diagonally.
What is “SUIZAN”? SUIZAN, a Japanese brand, creates Japanese hand tools of highest quality. With more than 100 years of history, all of the processes are completed in a Japanese city in Niigata prefecture called Sanjō, which is known for its craftsmanship. That’s why our products are highly appreciated by many woodworkers.
One of the Japanese Tools There are a couple of differences between Western tools and Japanese tools. In many cases, Japanese tools are lighter and simpler than Western ones because Japanese tools are minimally designed and there is no unnecessary waste. Nowadays, Japanese tools become popular in woodcrafting around the world due to its high quality.
Do you know about a “Pull Saw”? This product is a pull saw. Japanese saws cut materials via pulling and thus are called “pull saws.” It requires less power, realizes exceedingly smooth and accurate cut, and as a result, the cutting-section is clean. And particularly, this saw’s blade is sharper and thinner (0.012 inch), and has a greater number of teeth per inch (25 TPI) than saws of similar size.
If you have some difficulty using Western saws, just get to use a Japanese saw. You will never go back to use a conventional saw!