George Charles2021-10-20T14:21:10+00:00The size of the junior hacksaw is 150m (6”).
What is the difference between a junior hacksaw and a coping saw?
George Charles2021-10-20T14:21:12+00:00The difference between a junior hacksaw and a coping saw is that the coping saw has the blade facing the handle of the hacksaw, whereas the junior hacksaw is pointing away from the handle.
What materials can a junior hacksaw cut?
George Charles2021-10-20T14:21:15+00:00Junior hacksaws are commonly used for cutting through metal pipes or plastic tubing. The blade of a junior hacksaw is much smaller than a regular one, so it can be used for more precise cutting that requires a neater finish.
What is a junior hacksaw used for?
George Charles2021-10-20T14:21:17+00:00A junior hacksaw can be used for more precise cuts or when space is limited.
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