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Hand Saws

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Hand saws cut material layer by layer as they move their toothed blade back and forth. A handle or frame supports the blade and provides a place to grip the saw to make cuts. Hand saws cut different materials in different applications depending on the style of the saw and the type of blade.

General Purpose Hacksaws

General Purpose Hacksaws
Hacksaws use a thin, fine-toothed blade to make straight, accurate cuts on pipe, tubing, and thin materials that won't bend, snap, or catch the blade. They hold their blade under tension in their U-frame and cut through metal, plastic, and sometimes wood (depending on the blade). Hacksaws are held with one hand on the handle at the frame's heel to move the saw and the other hand at the head of the frame to guide the cut.
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Jab Saws

Jab Saws
The sharp tip of jab saws plunge cuts into materials so the serrated blade edge can saw through them. Also known as keyhole saws, they are commonly used to create electrical box cutouts in drywall and to cut free-form holes in a variety of building materials. Their long, narrow blade mounts to a straight handle and cuts on both the push and the pull stroke. They are typically used with one hand.
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Carpenter's Saws

Carpenter's Saws
The broad, large-toothed blade of carpenter's saws makes straight cuts through wood in woodworking and carpentry applications. They typically cut on both the push and pull stroke. Their large handle supports the heel of the blade and angles with the back of the blade to direct force onto material being cut. The enclosed handle grip keeps the user's fingers away from the blade to prevent injuries.
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PVC Saws

PVC Saws
PVC saws use their wide, small-toothed blade to cut plastic pipe. Their enclosed handle grip keeps the user's fingers away from the blade to prevent injuries.
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Saw Sets

Saw Sets
Sets include multiple saws to make cuts in different applications or materials.
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Miniature Hacksaws

Miniature Hacksaws
The short length and low profile of miniature hacksaws allows them to cut in tight spaces. Hacksaws use a thin, fine-toothed blade to make straight, accurate cuts on pipe, tubing, and thin materials that won't bend, snap, or catch the blade. They hold their blade under tension in their U-frame and cut through metal, plastic, and sometimes wood (depending on the blade). Hacksaws are held with one hand on the handle at the frame's heel to move the saw and the other hand at the head of the frame to guide the cut.
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Insulated Hacksaws

Insulated Hacksaws
The non-conductive coating on the frame of these hacksaws insulates against electrical shock if the blade makes accidental contact with live circuits. They are commonly used to make cuts near electrical components. Hacksaws use a thin, fine-toothed blade to make straight, accurate cuts on pipe, tubing, and thin materials that won't bend, snap, or catch the blade. They hold their blade under tension in their U-frame and cut through metal, plastic, and sometimes wood (depending on the blade). Hacksaws are held with one hand on the handle at the frame's heel to move the saw and the other hand at the head of the frame to guide the cut.
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Flush-Cut Carpenter's Saws

Flush-Cut Carpenter's Saws
The broad, flat blade of flush-cut carpenter's saws flexes to fit closely against surfaces and remove protruding or overhanging material without damaging surrounding surfaces. They are commonly used to cut off fasteners and trim the base of door jambs. Sometimes called Japanese pull saws, they cut on the pull stroke, make accurate cuts along marked lines, and leave a fine finish.
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Folding Utility Saws

Folding Utility Saws
The short, narrow blade of these folding utility saws makes precise cuts and reaches into tight spaces where standard-size saws won't fit. Also called pocket saws, they are commonly used to cut wood trim, dowels, and slim branches. Their curved handle conforms to the hand for a comfortable grip, and their blade folds into the handle to prevent accidental cuts when not in use.
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Coping Saws

Coping Saws
The very thin, narrow blade on coping saws cuts intricate shapes, cut-outs, and curved lines in thin materials. They leave a fine finish and are commonly used to create coped joints or to shape the ends of trim and molding. Their U-frame holds the blade under tension. Coping saws are held with one hand on the straight handle at the frame's heel and the other hand on the workpiece to hold it steady.
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Non-Sparking Hacksaws

Non-Sparking Hacksaws
Non-sparking hacksaws contain no ferrous metals, so they resist creating sparks. This reduces the risk of ignition in locations where combustible dust or flammable liquids, gas, or vapors are present. Hacksaws use a thin, fine-toothed blade to make straight, accurate cuts on pipe, tubing, and thin materials that won't bend, snap, or catch the blade. They hold their blade under tension in their U-frame and cut through metal, plastic, and sometimes wood (depending on the blade). Hacksaws are held with one hand on the handle at the frame's heel to move the saw and the other hand at the head of the frame to guide the cut.
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Insulated Miniature Hacksaws

Insulated Miniature Hacksaws
The short length and low profile of miniature hacksaws allows them to cut in tight spaces. Their frame has a non-conductive coating to insulate against electrical shock if the blade makes accidental contact with live circuits. They are commonly used to make cuts near electrical components. These miniature hacksaws are short with a low profile for working in tight spaces. Hacksaws use a thin, fine-toothed blade to make straight, accurate cuts on pipe, tubing, and thin materials that won't bend, snap, or catch the blade. They hold their blade under tension in their U-frame and cut through metal, plastic, and sometimes wood (depending on the blade). Hacksaws are held with one hand on the handle at the frame's heel to move the saw and the other hand at the head of the frame to guide the cut.
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