When cutting very fine accurate cuts the Pax Razor Saw is a lifesaver. It’s not an everyday tool—but it could be just the ingredient your shop has been missing. Similar in appearance to a gent’s saw but on a much smaller scale, it features an extremely fine 40tpi blade made from whisper-thin .01” steel. Ideal when cuts needs to be absolutely perfect. While it’s perfectly useful in any wood, it excels in very soft materials like balsa wood, which would be mangled by many other, coarser saws. It’s also great to use with plastics and soft metals.
Made in Sheffield, England, by Thomas Flinn, it features a walnut handle with a brass ferrule and a mirror-polished brass back.
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