|Item Weight||5.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||14.1 x 1.2 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||20-331|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Size||Pack of 1|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Stanley 20-331 4-3/4-Inch 23 Points Per Inch Flush Cut Pull Saw
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- A professional grade pull cut saw excellent for trimming through tenons or lap joints
- Flexible blade cuts plugs or dowels flush
- Comfortable contoured handle provides maximum control
- Double-sided blade for convenient cutting to the left or right
- Limited lifetime warranty
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2584-6007 Features: -Flexible blade cuts plugs or dowels flush.-23 point blade cuts quickly and cleanly on the pull stroke.-Double-sided blade for convenient cutting to the left or right.-Comfortable handle for maximum control.-Excellent for trimming through tenons or lap joints.-Contoured handle.-4-3/4'' blade length.-23 points per inch.-Carded.
With a flexible blade for cutting plugs or dowels flush, the Stanley 4-3/4-Inch 23-Points-Per-Inch Flush Cut Pull Saw cuts quickly and cleanly on the pull stroke. The saw also features a double-sided blade for convenient cutting to the left or right, and a comfortable handle contoured for maximum control. This saw is an excellent choice for trimming through tenons or lap joints. This saw is backed by a limited lifetime warranty. To choose the saw that's best for you, view the comparison chart of Stanley saw blades.
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- The teeth are just shy of 1/8" long, and it looks like there are alternating slightly-smaller teeth. They're long enough to make a good, deep cut and pull out a lot of the sawdust.
- The blade is very flexible spring-steel, so it is much easier to control on the pull stroke. It *can* cut on a push stroke, but it takes more control due to the flexibility of the blade. It has a very thin kerf, so if you are sawing small pieces at angles to make a curve, you don't get large gaps in the grain, and it therefore all flows together well, visually.
- Even though I am able (so far) to get a nearly-identical item locally, the price on this one can't be beat, as far as I've seen.
- It does not come with a cover or sheath, but it was more than easy enough to make one out of duct tape ;)
- Since I *am* cutting some very hard and/or abrasive woods, it will eventually wear-down the blade, but this certainly works so well that I'll just get the same thing. So I'd recommend it to others as well :)
Works fine for standard orientation poplar dowels.
I'm not saying the Stanley is a bad saw, it just isn't on the level with the Shark brand.
One item worth mentioning is that it is rather small. The object with these pull saws is to get the perfect angle and a smooth cut based on the amount of resistance you place on the workpiece. Once the flow is there, it is beneficial to have a longer draw with a longer blade. Snags are apt to happen at the beginning of the cut. So a short stroke, equals the potential for a lot of snags.
Flush cut pull saws are an art form in their use. Trying to get a perfectly clean and flush cut without scarring the work surface is a challenge. The safer way is to slightly overcut it, and use a random orbit sander to take it down to flush.
The nice thing about the flush cut saws is that they take off a good deal of material with very little effort. With coarser teeth on one side, and finer on the other, most applications are covered.
I'm not trying to bash the Stanley, it is not a bad tool, just not the feel and result of the Shark line. Hope this helps.
Using a small amount of paste wax to keep the blade clean and lubricated also does wonders
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+ makes quick work of pocket hole plugs
+ good bendable blade for tight angles
+ fine teeth good for more detailed cutting
- in really tight spots I wish the blade was even a bit more flexible as I've broken one blade and I'm having a hard time finding just a replacement blade (this is the second full unit I've ordered simply because I couldn't find the blades anywhere)
- sometimes the teeth dig into the background wood so cutting the pocket hole plugs can be quite tedious as you have to go slow to make sure you're not ruining the wood
Overall I'm pleased with this saw, it's worked well for me and really makes quick work where you use pocket hole joinery.
Worked like a saw. Didn't deflect very often considering it is quite thin.
I was able to press quite hard with no issue.
The cut you end up with is very clean.