This titanium saw frame from Knew Concepts weighs only 6.75 ozs. (19 grams), far less than a comparable steel saw frame. The 5" (127mm) throat depth is ideal for fine work on small pieces; working length of the saw blade is 4-1/4". A comfortably curved wood handle and excellent balance and control make this saw an excellent choice.
Made with a 'birdcage' scaffolding, this saw is extremely lightweight, yet very rigid with almost no flex as you saw. The result is improved control for every sawing task—and tighter turns than ever before possible. Enjoy the superior engineering of the original Knew Concepts jeweler's hand saw frame with two great improvements!
First, a quick-change cam-lever tensioning system lets you quickly change blades. Next, a swivel allows you to swing the rear of the frame out of your way with a simple twist.
With the cam-lever system, you can change blades quickly without losing your tension adjustment: simply flip the lever up to release tension, swap out blades and flip the lever back down. Save time and trouble when work demands repetitive blade changes, as when piercing metal. The swivel gives you the ability to set the frame into a "neutral corner" and frees you to saw into areas like never before. The frame swivels 45° to the left or right of center, and can be locked at left, right or center, also without disturbing the blade tension.
Knew Concepts titanium saw frames are light and very rigid, providing exacting control, reduced blade breakage and virtually no flex.