The ideal tool to cut graphite and composite shafts safely and efficiently with the long-lasting tungsten carbide cutting edge. Fits any standard 12” hacksaw frame. TIP: Wrap the shaft with making tape where you want to cut, mark the tape and cut along the mark to prevent fraying or splintering.
Questions on Rod Saw Blade
- From Darrin at 2/21/13 10:56 PM
- can I use a hacksaw blade to cut graphite shafts?
The teeth of a regular hacksaw blade are serrated and can splinter the shaft. This is THE tool to use. Here is a link to an article that explain why and some additional tips.
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