What Is a Dovetail Saw Used for?

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A dovetail saw is a small backsaw used by carpenters to cut dovetails and other fine joints. Unlike other saws which have blade thickness of 0.025-0.040, the dovetail saw blade thickness is about 0.018 which allows for the most accurate saw cut of a small joint.
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