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Pearl Cutting Saw

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Pearl Cutting Saw Saw frame only

Saw frame only

Item # 4611
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$22.68

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Pearl Cutting Saw Extra-fine blades, pkg of 12

Extra-fine blades, pkg of 12

Item # 0664
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$4.91

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Pearl Cutting Saw Fine blades, pkg of 12

Fine blades, pkg of 12

Item # 0662
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$4.91

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Pearl Cutting Saw Medium blades, pkg of 12

Medium blades, pkg of 12

Item # 0663
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Pearl Cutting Saw

About This Item

Delicate control for intricate cutting.

Saw frame: Aluminum frame with rubberized handle and 3" throat depth. Blades are sold separately.

Hold the saw vertical and cut on the downstroke, with the pearl held flat on our pearl cutting jig.

Blades: 5-3/8" long and sold in packages of 12. Fine blades are for intricate work; medium blades cut a bit faster. Extra-fine blades make cleaner cuts in AbaLam.

ItemUniversal no.Width of cutThicknessTeeth per Inch
#0664
Extra-fine
0000.019"0.0095"61
#0662
Fine
00.022"0.011"51
#0663
Medium
30.030"0.014"41


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    • Weight
    • 0662
    • 0.0070 lbs. (0 kg)
    • 0663
    • 0.0105 lbs. (0 kg)
    • 0664
    • 0.0070 lbs. (0 kg)
    • 4611
    • 0.2705 lbs. (0.12 kg)

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5.0

My first time cutting pearl.

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I purchased an old 60s kay guitar that had a position marker missing. It has a triangle shape. I knew I was going to have to make the inlay. I purchased the StewMac pearl cutting saw, and a blank piece of pearl. With no experience cutting pearl, I took my time and worked carefully, and was able to cut a piece matching the original inlay in less than one hour.
If your using this tool for the first time, I recommend buying extra blades. Though I did the job with one blade, they are very thin and the average job could require more than one blade.
I am very happy with the tool. I can't wait to try it again.
Sig's Guitar Repair.

5.0

pearl cutting saw

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Verified Buyer


Good product for the money.I have used it quite a bit since I got it. Very good. Broke a few blades in the process.

5.0

Percision Saw

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Great quality product good price.

5.0

Great for the price

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Verified Buyer


I go through blades fairly quickly, and this is a deal I never think twice about making.

5.0

Great saw. That's why I ordered two.

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Very good saw! I liked it so much I ordered a second one (so I could have one loaded with an extra fine and the other loaded with a fine). When my second saw arrived the knob that holds in the blade was snapped off. I think it was just like that in the manufacturer's box so SM didn't know. The package it came in was expertly packed and shipped so it wasn't damaged on the way. Customer service over-nighted me a replacement and made it all ok.

5.0

Quality saw.

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Verified Buyer


The saw is well made, sturdy, and does the job like it's supposed to do. I use mostly the extra-fine blades with the saw. The blades are good and hold up pretty well considering how small they are.

5.0

cutting saw

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Verified Buyer


This is a must have for all inlay work, excellent quality. The best saw i ever used.

5.0

Sturdy saw

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This frame is sturdy and takes up little room when disassembled. It clamps the blade in place very securely, and is light and easy to use.

5.0

Seems pretty good

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Verified Buyer


I haven't used it on pearl yet but it works fine on wood. Used it for small wood inlay for some knife making I do.

5.0

Nice Tool

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Verified Buyer


You can buy cheap jeweller saws. This is a good quality serviceable tool. The blades StewMac sells are also good quality.

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