Seller: Walmart US by THE OLSON SAW COMPANY
A coping blade with fine teeth for a smooth finish and a narrow width for tight turning. Cuts wood and plastic, as well as copper and other soft metals. The blades are made from hardened and tempered spring or high carbon steel. Teeth are precision punched or milled for accurate sawing, smooth finishes, and longer life. Can be used with any coping saw frame which accepts 6-1/2" long pin end...
An instructional video in three segments. 1. Identify the parts of a coping saw. 2. Replace the blade. 3. How to cut.
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