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Silky TAKERUBOY / Carpentry saw

Silky TAKERUBOY
Silky TAKERUBOY

Discipline: Product

Discipline: Product

TAKERUBOY is a Japanese, traditional-style carpentry saw with a ryoba blade and an innovative, rubberized handle. The wide blade, which helps make precise and straight cuts, is equipped with cross-cutting teeth and rip-cutting teeth on opposite edges. Both types of teeth are non-set to ensure a smooth finish and the blade is concave-ground to give less friction when cutting. The handle, made of aluminum sections with rubber grips, separates and rotates for compact storage and teeth protection. The rubberized grips absorb vibration and direct more usable energy to the cutting edges.

A smart design and the minimal use of materials stand out in this Japanese saw, equipped with a traditional Ryoba blade and an innovative rubber handle. Great work for an excellent solution.
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Client / Manufacturer

UM:KOGYO.INC

UM:KOGYO. Inc.
Hyogo, Japan

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Design

Inter Design Laboratory

Inter Design Laboratory Inc.
Osaka, Japan

Yukikazu Ueda

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