Fret Saw Blades
A fret saw is only as good as the blades you use. I prefer a 12 point skip tooth blade for my fret saw.
A skip toothed blade is similar to a standard toothed blade, except that every other tooth is missing. This makes the space (gullet) between teeth is much wider than standard blades which allows the skip-toothed blade to hold and clear a lot more sawdust allowing the blade to cut faster.and stay cooler than standard blades.
Our blades come in a handy clear plastic storage tube so you have a nice place to keep your blades organized. Each pack includes twelve (12) blades.
First I would like to say sorry for not getting back to you sooner, I have only today used the for the first time. They are just great, cut very smoothly and leave the timber without any breakouts. They are easy to control and cut faster than the ones I have been using. If There were no international postal charges, the cost would be very good.
Fret Saw Blades
Product is fine. What I didn’t like was the $28 shipping charge for something that could have been sent in a normal envelope. The blades are no bigger than a ball point pen refill. I am a fan of Rob Cosman instructional videos.
New wood worker
Speedy service even all the way down here in Florida. My new fret saw fills great in my hand great quality. Thanks
Fret saw blede
First fret saw blade that worked well for my dovetail work. . Recommend highly
What’s Knew? Not for my dovetails.
The Cosman fret saw was a significant improvement over the far more expensive Knew. Ability to track saw kerfs and track bottom were not possible with Knew. I shoulda known better.