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Stainless Steel (1.4031)

The wood saw has a series of sharp, aggressive teeth designed for cutting through wood and other similar materials. The teeth are usually set in a double row pattern, which helps to clear sawdust and debris while cutting, providing a smoother and more efficient cutting experience. The saw's spine is thicker than the cutting edge, providing stability and reducing the risk of the saw getting stuck during use. Its is typically 78mm long.

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