Hand Saws. 

Different Types of Saws

Hacksaws

Having covered the saws for wood cutting it's time to turn our attention to saws for cutting metal.

Hacksaw blades are thin and a bit wobbly so they need to be put under quite a lot of tension to keep them straight whilst cutting. This means that the hacksaw frame needs to be sturdy and have a good, reliable blade tensioning system.

Junior hacksaws (mini hacksaws) 

Similar to the ordinary hacksaw, the junior hacksaw is a mini version which is useful for all kinds of tricky and intricate sawing jobs.