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Dozuki H-240 Saw
Dozuki H-240 Saw Item #65607
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Dozuki H-240 Replacement Blade
Dozuki H-240 Replacement Blade Item #65649
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Z-Saw - Dozuki Back Japanese Handsaw H-240 and Replacement Blade

Item #
GRP40728_3
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92% of 100

This Japanese hand saw is used for cutting dovetails for boxes, drawers, or furniture. This fine level of control coupled with the blades pull to draw design makes it a favorite of fine woodworkers for Dovetails and Tenon Joints. It features a metal backbone to help keep the blade stiff as well as long cane wraped handle. Each Japanese dovetail handsaw comes with a removable blade. It is ideal for general wood cutting including veneer, sheet lumber, laminate, small logs and rods, right angle cuts, and intricate precision work.


  • Cutting Width: .40 mm
  • Blade Thickness: .30 mm
  • Blade Pitch: 1.00 mm
  • Draw Type: Pull
  • Maximum Wood Thickness: 50 mm
  • Blade Type: Hook Fit
  • Kerf: .40 mm
  • Made in Japan
  • Works with #65649 (Sold Separately)
  • Blade Features: Impact Hardened Teeth
  • Blade Cutting Edge: 9-1/4"
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how many tpi?
woodio on Feb 4, 2020
BEST ANSWER: according to the specs, it's pitched at 1mm, so if you want inches, that would be 25 tpi (give or take). Measured mine and it does indeed look like 1mm pitch. Fantastic saw.
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