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This is a knife or cutter for modeling use.
What is a saw
This saw was widely used in medieval Japan, and appears in many temple and shrine omikuen scrolls.
However, the excavation of actual materials from the Kamakura period at the Kusado-Sengen-cho site has revealed the existence of the saw as depicted in the picture scrolls.
The "curved blade" specification is the most difficult to process in the history of small saws!
No clams by special grinding on the precision teeth!
Ultra-thin 0.1mm plate thickness and 0.3mm pitch, the ultimate limit of tooth pitch!
Black dyed for both aesthetics and rust prevention!
Applications: Ideal for precision modeling of plastic models, railroad models, figures, dioramas, dollhouses, wooden models, etc.!
Total length: 185mm
About Black Dyeing Process for Iron and Steel
Black oxide is an oxide film (ferric tetroxide treatment) that is applied to the surface of iron and steel products to prevent rust, improve their aesthetics, and reduce light reflection.
Since the iron blackening process permeates the product itself, the original dimensions of the product remain almost unchanged.
This process is best suited for saws whose wall thicknesses should not be changed.
The black staining process will penetrate the oxide film, making it more resistant to rust.