Keyhole saws are used to make narrow curves or to enlarge holes or give them the wished form which are made with a drill bit. Be carefully in using: As the blade is thin and narrow they are in danger of bending when used unproperly.
These saws feature replaceable blades and are a genuine alternative to traditional keyhole saws. Because of the saw’s slender blade, anyone working with this type of saw will have encountered the occasional mishap, such as the blade breaking or bending. Replacement blades are affordable and quickly substituted. You won’t even need a screwdriver, a small coin will do. So it’s best to order a few extra blades while you’re about it! All blades are 0.9 mm thick, leave a 1.3 mm wide cut and have a tooth pitch of 1.6 mm. The saw is supplied with a tough plastic sheath for storing the saw blade.
|Description/blade length||Blade width (middle)||Total length||CodePrice|
|Keyhole Saw 80 mm||8 mm||230 mm|
|Repl. blade 80 mm|
|Keyhole Saw 150 mm||11 mm||300 mm|
|Repl. blade 150 mm|
|Keyhole Saw 210 mm||12 mm||360 mm|
|Repl. blade 210 mm|
The blade is very delicate and can bend or break if used carelessly, especially in thicker stock. The maximum material thickness we recommend is 10 mm, but experienced or skilful workers can extend this margin. Leaves a fine finish
This small traditional Mawashibiki, also called a keyhole saw, is used for sawing curves in wood!
Blade is not replaceable!