Coping is a process by which one piece with an irregular surface is fitted to another. A coping saw is thus the proper tool for getting inside tight corner joints and other areas, like mouldings and cornice, that require a special fit. Stanley FatMax Coping saws are used for cutting a range of woods and are very useful for cutting unusual shapes or curves. In a modern workshop these shapes are normally cut using machine saws. However, there are times when these machines are not available. Also, using a coping saw is a test of skill as it can be difficult to control and requires practice.
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FatMax Coping Saw
Blade angle locking mechanism badly machined and ineffective.