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Japanese saw 200 mm

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This strong Japanese Saw is a versatile tool ideally suited for cutting bamboo. The thin blade with 3-sided ground trapezoidal teeth allows you to quickly and effortlessly cut through hard bamboo sticks, poles and slats.

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The cut of a Japanese Saw starts at the back, close to the handle. Hold the saw where you want to cut and gently use your thumb to guide the blade until it sinks into the bamboo. Unlike a European saw, it is important not to apply too much pressure. Make long cuts, do not apply too much force and the result will be clean cuts without splinters.For professional bamboo processors, the Japanese Saw is an indispensable item in the toolbox by providing perfect results.

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