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These heavy-duty blades are usually used in conjunction with a knife handle for safe and easy use and are typically made from carbon or stainless steel making them sturdy and snap-resistant.
Coping Saws are used for cutting fine, intricate interior cut-outs and intricate external shapes in carpentry or woodworking. They have a very narrow blade stretched across a D-shaped frame, and are widely used for mouldings when creating coped rather than mitred joints.
What are Hacksaws used for?
A hacksaw is a type of hand tool designed specifically for cutting through materials such as plastic, steel, and other metals. They are a variant of the traditional hand saw, typically used for cutting wood, and have become a staple tool for professionals and hobbyists alike.
This type of saw is designed to be pushed to cut and to prevent buckling; the blade is reinforced along the back with a strong steel spine. These saws are designed for finer work and are most often used with a bench hook for sawing work across the grain.