Pax Veneer Saw

pax veneer saw
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Pax Veneer Saw Review By: I.Ball

Manufacturer: Thomas Flinn & Co.

Tool Type: Veneer Saw

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The Pax Veneer Saw is manufactured by Thomas Flinn & Co. of Sheffield, England.

The Pax Veneer Saw is a neat little saw used for preparing inlay and veneer work, it is ideal for jobs such as making initial cuts and removing a piece in the centre of a board.

The saw has one side with crosscut teeth and the other side with rip teeth set along very slightly curved edges.

The length of the blade is 76mm (3") with 15tpi (teeth per inch).

The Pax Veneer Saws are fiited with a Walnut handle which is finished with a brass ferrule.

pax veneer saw

Usually supplied in a blister packet.

Cautions / Notes

* Important: please refer to the 'disclaimer' at the foot of this review.
* Wearing safety clothing and eye protection is usually a good idea to help protect against injury.

- This tool has sharp parts, take suitable precautions when using/handling/storing the tool to prevent injury.


Blade Length - 76mm (3")

Teet Per Inch - 15 tpi

Manufactured Dates

2000 - Today

History / Updates

Pre-2017 - The veneer saw handle was made from Rosewood.

2017-Today - The veneer saw handle was made from Walnut.

Pre-2019 approx. - The veneer saw was supplied in a dark blue blister packet.

2019-Today - The veneer saw was supplied in a brown blister packet.

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