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|Category||:||Aircraft Scale Modelling|
|Subcategory||:||Aircraft Scale Modelling Tools|
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This product was added to our database on Thursday 29 March 2012.
Category Aircraft Scale Modelling, Subcategory Aircraft Scale Modelling Tools, ISBN/Box RB-T023, Publisher/Brand RB Productions, Version steel
Micro-Saw set (22 t/cm - 56 tpi)
This is a set of fine-pitch saws recommended for use on plastic, wood and resin and even some soft metals.
The saws can be fitted to a regular hobby knife handle. The set does not include the handle. If you do not have the handle in your tool box, you can get one very affordably from your local art and hobby store or even Ebay. Such handles manufactured by X-Acto, Excel, Jakar (as well as generic no-name brands) are available on Ebay for as little as 1 euro, sometimes as part of a box-set.
The set includes 6 saw blades:
2 Curved saws - these can be run along a ruler like a "contour saw" (pictured below). Two sizes are included - the narrower blade can be used to follow curved edges. These saws can also get into very tight and awkward spaces.
2 Tapered saws - these can follow curved lines and contours. The narrower blade can follow tighter curves. They can also be used as "piercing saws": first drill a hole and then use it as a starting point for the blade.
2 Straight saws - these can be used for straight cuts.
These blades are made from stainless steel, are very rigid and sturdy and were thoroughy tested for efficiency - they will not buckle easily during use.
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