|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||17.6 x 3.8 x 1 inches|
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|Item model number||10-2440|
|Size||Pack of 1|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Shark Corp 10-2440 Fine Cut Saw
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- This flexible fine-cut saw is great for cabinet work, flush cutting (dowels)
- It can be used for flexed or flush cutting and features the pull-to-cut method for faster, cleaner, easier, and safer sawing
- The pull-saw teeth have three cutting edges that are precision diamond-cut, not merely stamp-cut
- For flexed or flush cutting
- Uses pull-to-cut method
- Precision diamond-cut teeth
- ABS plastic handle
- Twist-lock design allows for fast, easy blade replacement
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|Item Dimensions||3.8 x 17.6 x 1 in||4.5 x 24.7 x 1.3 in||4 x 16 x 1 in||3.3 x 16.5 x 0.4 in||2 x 0.8 x 16 in||3.5 x 16.25 x 1.1 in|
This Flexible Fine-Cut Saw Is Great For Cabinet Work, Flush Cutting (Dowels), General Fine Cutting, Mitering, Plywood, Stair Systems, And Undercuts (Door Jam/Casings). It Can Be Used For Flexed Or Flush Cutting And Features The Pull-To-Cut Method For Faster, Cleaner, Easier, And Safer Sawing. The Pull-Saw Teeth Have Three Cutting Edges That Are Precision Diamond-Cut, Not Merely Stamp-Cut. The Saw Handle Is Weather-Resistant High-Impact Abs Plastic. A Red Push Button, Which Works On A Single-Push Action, Easily Engages Or Releases The Blade For Replacement Or For Compact Storage. The 9-1/2-Inch Blade Has 17-Teeth Per-Inch On One Side And 9 Per-Inch On The Other.
From the Manufacturer
This flexible fine-cut saw is great for cabinet work, flush cutting (dowels), general fine cutting, mitering, plywood, stair systems, and undercuts (door jam/casings). It can be used for flexed or flush cutting and features the pull-to-cut method for faster, cleaner, easier, and safer sawing. The pull-saw teeth have three cutting edges that are precision diamond-cut, not merely stamp-cut. The saw handle is weather-resistant high-impact ABS plastic. A red push button, which works on a single-push action, easily engages or releases the blade for replacement or for compact storage. The 9-1/2-inch blade has 17-teeth per-inch on one side and 9 per-inch on the other.
Top customer reviews
The hardened crosscut teeth, while incredibly sharp, aren't very durable. I think I may have hit a staple in a recycled board, and now about half of the teeth on one side of the kerf are broken off. I'm getting a replacement blade because I like using this saw, and from now on I'll be careful to double check for anything that might break the teeth. Still a great saw, just wish the crosscut side was more durable.
I have never been so happy to be wrong about something in my life!
This saw is great! It saws through white oak and maple dowels like a hot knife through butter. The blade is flexible enough to trim right at the surface without marring the surface. The problems some others have had with the quality of the handle seem to have been addressed because I have no complaints about it. (Yes, a nice hardwood handle would be nicer than this...but we're woodworkers, right? Make one.)
I will give this one piece of advice. Keep the blade guards on until you are ready to cut, keep your fingers and any other appendages you want to keep away from the saw while you're cutting, and put the guards back on as soon as you finish the cut. THIS SAW IS SHARP! I can tell you that after cutting hundreds of hardwood dowels, plugs, trimming ends, and even a few dovetails just to see if it would do it...this saw will draw blood without much effort on your part.
So, in summary...be cautious when using this saw...but BUY AND USE THIS SAW! This is probably the best $20 I've ever spent on a woodworking tool.
Long blade length makes handling the saw a bit awkward for small projects (i.e. cutting off dowels)
For rough cutting thick wood stock, the saw performs exceptionally
Learned from experience this saw is not ideal for fine dovetail joinery. The blade is too long and flexible for me. It is easier to control cuts with a shorter blade.