Blade storage inside frame so metal or wood cutting blades Blade can be attached to the front of the hacksaw frame for inside cuts When working in tight spaces, the front section of the frame can be removed like a jabsaw Blade can be quickly positioned to a 45° angle for making flush cuts Standard position is a 90 degree hacksaw with large throat depth Fully adjustable tension holds blade up to 100kg
The blade fits in a hand-held hacksaw. The pins on either end are tensioned in the hacksaw before use. The blades can be used to cut metals or plastics. The blade can be mounted with the teeth facing towards or away from the handle, resulting in cutting action on either the push or pull stroke.
Carpenter pencils are easier to grip than standard pencils, because they have a larger surface area. The non-round core allows thick or thin lines to be drawn by rotating the pencil. Thin lines are required for precision markings and thick markings are needed to mark on rough surfaces