Few People Know About This Jigsaw Feature! Hidden Features of Jigsaw

Everyone who does DIY and woodworking has a jigsaw. Few people know the features of this jigsaw! In this video called jigsaw.Anyone who does DIY and woodworking has a jigsaw puzzle. Few people know the features of this puzzle! In this video called hidden features of the puzzle, we show you the hidden features of […]


Everyone who does DIY and woodworking has a jigsaw. Few people know the features of this jigsaw! In this video called jigsaw.Anyone who does DIY and woodworking has a jigsaw puzzle. Few people know the features of this puzzle! In this video called hidden features of the puzzle, we show you the hidden features of the puzzle, its tricks, cheats and tricks. If you are using a jigsaw, be sure to watch this video.except the very cheapest, have a lever on the side of the metal head where the sawing mechanism is housed. This lever is adjustable through 90 degrees and controls the pendulum action of the blade from a very hard ripping motion to a pure vertical movement, thus minimising the splinters if used on the vertical setting. You can also use a metal cutting blade which has much smaller teeth or a wood cutting blade designed to cut on the downward stroke. Both of these types of blades are available from tool suppliers. As for the circle cutting. I like to use a hole saw to create the curved section and then cut the straight section with the jigsaw. One other point. These jigsaw blades are very flexible and you might find the blade has flexed on the outside edge underneath when cutting a largish curve, especially in hardwood and thick softwood. The trick here is to go very slowly round the curve or even stand off from the cutting line and come back to it in the opposite direction when you can see where the cut is going having removed the bulk of waste material.

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