Kataba Z-Saw Universal Cut
Thanks to the triangular tooth pattern, this Kataba produces particularly good results when cutting in the direction of the grain. The teeth, which get finer towards the handle, make it easier to start a cut and less force is required as the stroke progresses.
Because of their thicker blades, the backless Kataba saws are very robust and allow deep cuts flush to the surface. They are available with different blade lengths and tooth spacing's and are thus highly versatile in cabinetmaking and carpentry.