Tajima Japanese pull saw with a long straight handle and non-slip grip.
Tajima Japanese pull saw with a traditional straight wooden handle and rattan grip.
Replacement blades for Tajima Japanese pull saws.
Tajima contractor saw with a protective sheath, for construction, carpentry, pruning and camping.
Replacement blades for Tajima contractor saws.
Japanese keyhole saw that cuts on the pull stroke, almost eliminating the tendency of western keyhole saws to bend and buckle.
Japanese trim saw for fine detail trimming and cutting precise curves, with a retractable blade.
An ingenious tool for quickly and accurately bevelling cedar strips for a tight fit.
A tiny but remarkably effective shoulder plane for fine trimming or cleaning the bottoms of narrow dadoes and also used in Nick Schade's Robo-Bevel.
A high quality detail rebate plane for cutting small rebates and cleaning up the bottom of grooves.
A hard-wearing and ergonomic two-handed carbide scraper for removing paint, glue, varnish and rust.
Non-clogging Japanese Shinto saw rasp for rapid shaping and smoothing.
Heavy-duty scissors for cutting glass fabric.
Paint or epoxy brush. Available in widths of 0.5 inch, 1 inch, 1.5 inch and 2 inches.
Sponge brush for applying paint or varnish.
4 inch wide roller frame and disposable foam rollers for paint, varnish and epoxy.
Disposable roller tray liners to save washing paint, varnish or epoxy from your roller tray.
Cramps or clamps for holding wood in place while glue sets during the building of a boat.
Robust steel spring clamps for quickly holding wood while glue sets.
Adjustable sash clamps or cramps with cast iron heads.
Use to spread epoxy thinly on bare wood or for soaking fabric and tape in epoxy.
Dispense thickened epoxy quickly and precisely into the seams of your boat to create neat fillets.
Round-ended Mixing and Filleting sticks. Available in quantities of 25 or 100.
Six re-usable epoxy filleting tools of different radii.
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