Saw Blades

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  1. Woodpeckers BladeSaver

    Carbide tipped circular saw blades are a substantial investment and, like all investments, deserve protection. You always take care to avoid cutting through a nail or screw. But these blades are easily damaged when off the saw due to careless storage. Those carbide teeth are tough on wood, but are brittle and chip easily if struck by other metal – like other saw blades.

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  2. Japanese Dozuki Saw for Hardwoods
    Dozuki Saws with replaceable blades feature the precision and durability of tensioned high carbon steel blades which are easily removed from their bamboo-wrapped handles for replacement when worn. The Dozuki "ZET" Saw is one of the smoothest cutting saws you’ll ever use, ideal for tight fitting, precision joinery. It is specially designed for hardwoods such as Ebony, Walnut and Oak. The teeth are impulse hardened for superb cutting performance. Ideal for cutting dovetails, tenons and other joinery. Cuts equally well as a rip or crosscut saw. The 21 TPI x .012" thick blade of this saw can be quickly changed by a simple tap on the back. Rigid back insures accurate cuts. The 240mm blade version is 535mm (21") long and the 150mm version is 374mm (14-3/4”) long. Buy either and they come with an additional blade. Learn More
  3. Z-Saw 240mm Dozuki Saw
    By far the best selling saw in Japan, the Dozuki Saw from Z-Saw is the ideal saw for precision joinery. The blade can be made very thin for precise cuts due to the rigid spline. The blade is a mere .012” thick. This will be the smoothest cutting saw you will ever use. The blade is easily removed with a tap on the back. Remember that these saws cut on the pull stroke using gravity to assist in the cutting stroke instead of using your weight as you would with a standard saw. This will allow you to work longer with less fatigue. Learn More
  4. Forrest Dampener and Stiffener 5”
    The Forrest Sawblade Dampener helps kill saw scream-whistle from a vibrating blade surface. It will dampen out motor and belt vibrations from being transmitted up to the rim of the teeth, greatly reducing cutting noise. The dampener will hold your blade rigid and true for better cuts on any saw. The dampener is hardened and precision ground flat within .001" to keep your blade true. It can be removed quickly if need requires. Learn More

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