The kugihiki is a small flush-cutting saw with numerous uses, from trimming the wedges or pins securing a tenon to cutting the excess from a plug concealing a screw — anywhere a cut is needed adjacent to a finished surface. The 6-1/4" long flexible blade has 17 tpi and cuts quickly, yet still leaves a smooth finish. There is no set to the teeth, allowing the user to approach work from either direction in restricted space.
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