Tenon Saws

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Tenon Saw

Tenon Saws Information

The Tenon Saw gets its name from the tenon in a mortice & tenon joint, the cutting of which its one of its primary specialities. However, the average woodworker is perhaps most likely to use one in combination with a mitre box or mitre block, in order to obtain precise 90° or 45° cuts. Equipped with a fine toothed blade designed for clean cutting, the tenon saw also benefits from a stiffening rib which runs along the top of the tool and prevents it from wobbling during use.

Here's our Quick Application Guide:

• Length - an important consideration, depending on the size of the material you are cutting. However, most tenon saws are generally manufactured around the 300mm mark.
• TPI - TPI stands for Teeth Per Inch. Saws with a low TPI value will cut quickly but coarsely, while saws with a higher TPI count will cut slowly but produce finer cuts. Tenon saws usually start at around 10TPI which is generally considered a fine cut, and anything over this can be expected to give progressively cleaner results.

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