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Flush trimming

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Some project parts, such as through-tenons and screw-hiding plugs, are intentionally left too long during assembly, and then trimmed flush later. The teeth on a flush-cut saw won’t mar the surrounding surface while slicing through the plug or tenon, as shown. The flexible blade also permits trimming parts in the middle of a large workpiece.  
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