Back Saw(total) (12pcs)

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A back saw is a type of hand saw characterized by a relatively thin and narrow blade, reinforced along its back edge to prevent bending during use. It typically features fine teeth, often with crosscut or rip configurations, and is designed for precision cutting in woodworking, especially for making accurate and controlled crosscuts or joinery. The back saw’s design allows for more controlled and accurate cuts compared to larger saws, making it a popular choice for carpentry, cabinetry, and other fine woodworking tasks.

Unique design new design handle
Size: 300mm(12″)
Thickness:0.8mm, 11TPI

KSh 9,800.00 KSh 10,300.00


Back Saw uses 

  1. Joinery:
    • Back saws excel at making precise and controlled cuts, making them ideal for various joinery tasks. This includes cutting tenons, dovetails, and other intricate joints where accuracy is crucial.
  2. Miter Cuts:
    • Back saws are often used for making miter cuts, which are angled cuts across the grain. This is important in tasks such as framing, molding, and picture framing.
  3. Crosscutting:
    • The fine teeth of a back saw make it well-suited for clean crosscuts across the wood grain. This is useful in tasks like trimming pieces to length or cutting wood components to fit accurately.
  4. Trim Work:
    • Back saws are commonly employed for trim work, such as cutting moldings and other decorative elements. The precision of the back saw helps achieve clean and neat edges.
  5. Dado Cuts:
    • When cutting dados (grooves) in wood for joinery or shelving, a back saw is often used for its ability to make accurate and controlled cuts.
  6. Cabinetmaking:
    • Cabinetmakers frequently use back saws for various tasks, including cutting components, joinery work, and adding details to cabinets and furniture.
  7. Fine Woodworking:
    • In any fine woodworking project where accuracy and precision are paramount, a back saw becomes an essential tool. This includes crafting high-quality furniture, boxes, and other wooden items.
  8. Tenon Cutting:
    • Back saws are commonly employed in the creation of tenons, which are projections on the end of a piece of wood used for joining.
  9. Box Making:
    • Back saws are valuable in box making and similar projects where small, accurate cuts are necessary for creating tight-fitting joints.
  10. Craftsmanship:
    • Due to their ability to deliver clean and controlled cuts, back saws are often favored by craftsmen for a wide range of woodworking applications that demand precision and attention to detail.
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Safety measures and precautions

  1. Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Always wear appropriate PPE, including safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes from flying wood particles or debris.
  2. Secure Workpiece:
    • Ensure that the workpiece is securely clamped or otherwise stabilized before making any cuts. This helps prevent the wood from moving unexpectedly during the sawing process.
  3. Stable Work Surface:
    • Work on a stable and level surface to maintain control over the saw and the workpiece. A stable workbench or sawhorse can provide a secure working environment.
  4. Proper Grip:
    • Hold the saw with a firm and comfortable grip. Keep your hand positioned away from the cutting path and the blade to avoid accidental contact.
  5. Correct Body Position:
    • Stand or sit in a balanced and comfortable position. Maintain good posture, and position yourself in a way that allows you to have control over the saw while avoiding unnecessary strain on your body.
  6. Start the Cut Slowly:
    • Initiate the cut with slow and controlled strokes. Starting slowly helps you establish a straight and accurate cutting path.
  7. Use the Full Length of the Blade:
    • Utilize the full length of the saw blade for each stroke. Applying consistent pressure along the entire length of the blade promotes smoother and more efficient cutting.
  8. Avoid Overexertion:
    • Let the saw do the work. Avoid putting excessive force on the saw, as this can lead to loss of control and potential injury.
  9. Mind the Kerf Width:
    • Be aware of the width of the saw blade kerf (the material removed during cutting). This awareness helps you make accurate cuts and prevents binding of the saw in the cut.
  10. Keep Hands Clear:
    • Keep your hands well clear of the cutting path. It’s essential to maintain a safe distance from the blade to prevent accidental contact and injuries.


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