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 Bosch GSA18V-083 reciprocating saw features the Lockjaw blade holder and the Bosch Electronic Motor Protection (EMP) system.
Mike Brigham holding his Wright reciprocating saw with a Mall Model 10 two-man chainsaw at his feet.
MATERIALS LIST: 1 Aluminum sheets and frame $1,000 2 Aluminum welding wire $200 3 Welding gas $75 4 Miscellaneous $300 (grinding wheels, reciprocating saw blades, etc.
The HPL10RSK cordless reciprocating saw costs pounds 129.
In a 2006 test on a reciprocating saw at Villanova University, for example, researchers found Unequal grips reduced vibration by approximately 66 percent.
I made a trough of 4-inch PVC pipe, which I cut out with a reciprocating saw.
A saber-saw works if it has a hacksaw blade, but a reciprocating saw is much faster--worth renting if you can't borrow one.
You'll need a tape measure or square, a hacksaw or reciprocating saw, a grinder and welding equipment.
The sabre or reciprocating saw is ideal for home improvements and with the correct blade there is nothing it can't do - from shed workshop stuff to cutting down metal fencing or gates.
Another huge plus is with competition, most manufacturers now offer affordable "combination" kits which feature the three most versatile cordless tools you can own--a cordless drill motor (drill), circular saw and reciprocating saw.
I borrowed his 1,200-watt, 2,600stroke-per-minute, DeWalt reciprocating saw, then slid back under the car and resumed sawing.
I thought my generously sized Midwestern hands would take well to everything from a reciprocating saw to a power drill; little did I know that even this woman's hands have a hard time wrapping themselves around power tool handles.