|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 4 x 0.6 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||X7043|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1000|
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Xacto X7043 Adjustable Jewelers Saw
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- Adjustable Jeweler's Saw
- Saw blades cuts in any direction
- Great for sawing metals and other hard materials
- Frame allows 2" to 7 1/2" long blades to be drawn taut for intricate cutting.
- Includes coarse jeweler's saw blade
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Bought another fret saw without the rotating blade feature, and it works fine.
For $25 that x-acto wants, instead, pay $20 and get a german/french/swiss saw from riogrande (or many another jewelery supply house). You'll do much better. I'm disappointed; the japanese usually build better things.
There is only ONE redeeming quality of this saw, you can rotate the blade. I had to come back and add a star for that. IF ONLY they could of made the frame hold a blade better. The blades it comes are pretty good blades. Again, if only they could of made the frame better.
The wing nuts are small, don't stay tightened and the worst part is the adjustable frame clamp. It's just a tiny nut and bolt that only covers part of the arm. I machined a shoulder on the nut just to keep the frame from moving and breaking blades. Which helped but didn't completely work. It's complete garbage, most likely made by someone who never made or saw one before. I could rant all day about how bad this is, that's how bad it is. Just don't.
The four pressed metal wing nuts have such sharp unfinished edges that applying slight force to them was painful. Applying enough force to tighten them would have caused a cut. Turning the handle clockwise is intended to lock the rotation of the blade: it doesn't, because the person who made it didn't understand that an unfinished ridge on a piece of pressed metal doesn't provide any friction. All of the pieces that should be at 90º to each other are at least 5º off; so are all the pieces that should be parallel to each other. Yet again, an article that was once a fine American product is now a miserable piece of Chinese crap.
Why is this 23 dollars when far superior saws are 10.00?
I spent a lot of time creating templates and gathering my supplies and then I hit a wall with this crappy saw.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
X-Acto should sue for trademark infringement and wrongful use of its name. Among its many faults, when one tries to tighten by the handle the retaining bolt slides out of the soft... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Brian Caplin
Whilst the saw works, it was very badly finished off by the maker and required a substantial amount of refurbishing , adjustments and removing of burrs and stubs to get it into... Read morePublished on January 5, 2014 by John Boardman
I ordered this saw to replace a coping saw that came with an Xacto set I bought several years ago to do craft projects with. Read morePublished on March 25, 2012 by Jean B.