a saw with a thin blade used for cutting curves in wood or plastic Conductor any material that allows electric current to pass through it
a handsaw with a taut thin blade; used for cutting small curves in wood
a superior tool for cutting scroll-work
A fine-bladed frame saw used for fretting out thin-section ground wood and thick veneers. A good general-purpose saw for making up ground-works, boxes, frames and so on. The blade can be quickly removed and refitted, so this is the perfect saw for ground work and for working tight corners and curves. Note: Coping saw blades have pins at both ends, so they can only be used for edge cuts and large holes.
A handsaw with a deep-throated frame that holds a narrow blade, the coping saw is used to cut intricate curves and other tight-quarters cuts. The blade swivels in the frame, letting you operate the saw from almost any direction. Home Improvement Encyclopedia
A small hand-held saw with a narrow blade, useful for making curved cuts in wood. Good for rough shaping racecar bodies if a band saw is unavailable.
Designed to make curved and other irregular cuts in wood, thin plywood, plastic, or light metal. It consists of a 'U' shaped steel frame with a thin, short blade.
Saw that has a narrow, fine-toothed blade stretched across a U-shaped frame, which is used for cutting curved or scrolled outlines.
A coping saw is a type of hand saw used to cut intricate shapes and interior cutouts in woodworking or carpentry. It is widely used to cut moldings to create coped rather than miter joints. It is also occasionally used to create fretwork.