How to Use battery reciprocating saw

Which is the best battery for a reciprocating saw?

It’s a cordless sawzall and it comes equipped with a brushless motor for better power, efficiency and a longer tool life. The saw is powered by Milwaukee’s tried and trusted M18 feul batteries, the M18 REDLITHIUM XC 4.0 Extended Capacity Battery Pack.

How does a cordless reciprocating saw work?

If there’s one area in which a cordless reciprocating saw does not excel, it’s precision. These saws have a lot of power, but the blades are long, relatively thin strips of metal that attach to the saw on just one end. As the saw pushes the blade back and forth, it will bow and bend similarly to a hand saw but at great speeds.

Can a reciprocating saw be used to cut trees?

There are two major constraints on the size of tree branches that a reciprocating saw can reasonably cut: Blade length: Because reciprocating saws are relatively small handheld tools, the blades attached to them are not long or wide enough to make powerful plunging cuts for thicker cuts of wood.

Is it OK to touch a reciprocating saw blade?

Reciprocating saw blades can get very hot, even after just a few seconds of cutting. Don’t touch the blade when you finish a cut, as you could end up with a pretty serious burn. Let it cool down first.

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