Tool • Studio
- 45° or 90° Blade angle used for standard and flush cuts
- High tension securely holds the blade up to 330lbs
- Low profile for cutting in tight spaces
- Long reach blade attaches to the front frame for long reach
- Hacksaw front handle becomes a pistol grip jab saw
Risk of cuts from blade.
- Always make sure the material to be cut is securely fastened into clamps or a vice. Never attempt to secure materials by hand.
- Adjust your hold - When using a hacksaw, always make sure your hand and wrist are held in a comfortable and natural position. Working while holding tools in an awkward manner can lead to accidents. Hold the hacksaw as you might an iron, with your hand on the upper part of the frame that holds the blade.
- Never saw materials with nails or screws.
- Verify fingers are out of blades route.
- When cutting, make sure you use the blade’s entire length for each cutting action.
- Clean up area from sawdust and debris