Japan Woodworker : Gentmantel Online Catalog

By: Gentmantel  09-12-2011

Recognized as the best in the world, Japan Woodworker tools are hand-forged by Master Blacksmiths in Japan. When you use one of these Professional quality handmade tools, you will immediately recognize the difference in your work. They are a pleasure to use and you will quickly appreciate your investment in quality.

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These saws are well suited for deep cuts and general purpose use. The blades are 0.024" thick for added stiffness and usable for stock 2" and less..

Extra Blade for Crosscut Razor Saw. Blade length: 9 1/2" Overall length: 20" Teeth per inch: 16

Gyokucho Saws are among the finest cutting replaceable-blade saws made. The blade thickness is 0.012" and is set for a 0.016" kerf. The teeth are cut..

Extra Blade for Gyokucho saw. Blade length: 9 1/2"

Gyokucho Razor Saws are designed for fast, accurate cuts in all woods. The interchangeable blades can easily make long, accurate cuts in material up..

Extra blade for Gyokucho Dovetail RazorSaw. 19 Teeth/inch

Gyokucho RazorSaws are designed for fast, accurate cuts in all woods. Since the rigid spline is not the full length of the blade, the interchangeable..

Extra Blade for Gyokucho Mortise Saw. Teeth/inch: 20

This saw is designed for crosscuts in such woods as oak, teak, maple and exotic hardwoods. The blade is 0.020" thick and has a fine tooth pattern for..

Extra Blade for RazorSaw for Hardwoods. Blade length: 10"

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