A Tenon Saw is a large backsaw used for making deep, accurate cuts in furniture joinery. It should make straight, fast cuts without binding. Based on a classic Henry Disston model from the early 20th century, Lie-Nielsen Tenon Saws have Curly Maple handles, Brass fittings, and stout ¾" x ¼" milled Brass backs. These saws are solid, well balanced and smooth cutting. Filed rip for cutting tenons, which is with the grain.
The Thin Plate, 16" Tenon Saw features a .032" blade and cuts exceptionally fast.
Length overall is 21-1/4" and it has a 3-3/4" depth of cut.