Reciprocating saw


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Reciprocating saw

A handheld power woodworking tool with a reciprocating thin blade clamped to the chuck of the saw; used to cut fine curved work; similar to a saber saw.

reciprocating saw

Similar to a saber saw but with a heavier blade and a motor with greater power.
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The HPL10RSK cordless reciprocating saw costs pounds 129.
The reciprocating saw is nearly indispensable for certain applications.
In a series of laboratory tests using typical reciprocating saw parameters, Power Arc blades outperformed competitive brands when cutting materials such as nail-embedded wood, black pipe, uni-strut and other common construction materials.
Police said they found a Sawzall reciprocating saw, pictured in the text messages, in his car.
Also available to attach to the same system are a Reciprocating Saw, Blower, and Grass Trimmer making 13 Complete Tools in One
5052 aluminum, cutting them down to size using my plasma cutter or a reciprocating saw and fitting them into place," he said.
DIY NEWS BULLETIN Forget going to the effort of sawing by hand, there's a new cordless reciprocating saw from Black & Decker, part of its excellent High Performance range.
Black & Decker HPL10RSK Cordless Reciprocating Saw Price pounds 129.
Newell Rubbermaid's (NYSE: NWL) Lenox(R) brand of premium industrial products including power tool accessories, hand tools, torches, solder and band saw blades, today announced the introduction of T2 Technology Reciprocating Saw Blades and Hacksaw Blades - the longest lasting blades on the market.
All you need in your garden shed is three pieces of kit - a drill, a circular saw and a reciprocating saw.
I borrowed his 1,200-watt, 2,600stroke-per-minute, DeWalt reciprocating saw, then slid back under the car and resumed sawing.
A Sawz-all type reciprocating saw would definitely speed things up, as would an extra pair of capable hands.