videos on how to use a reciprocating saw

Can a reciprocating saw cut through anything?

A reciprocating saw is the ultimate demolition tool. Provided you fit it with the right blade, it can cut through anything. Wood, plastic, metal, you name it. The caveat is, you have to fit it with the right blade. You can’t attempt to cut through whatever material you have just because it’s a reciprocating saw.

What should I wear before using a reciprocating saw?

Before using a reciprocating saw with the right blade on the material and start cutting, you need to get all the safety gear ready, especially when using it for demolition [1] or complex work. The most important piece of safety gear is goggles or glasses. Always wear safety glasses to make sure no debris or dust flies into your eyes after you cut.

Why is a reciprocating saw called a Sawzall?

Pressing the trigger moves the saw blade up and down (the reason it is called a reciprocating saw) to quickly cut through materials. Reciprocating saws are powerful, and able to cut through tough materials like hardwood, masonry, fiberglass, drywall, metals, ceramics, and much more. A Sawzall (Reciprocating Saw) blade cutting through the wood.

Which is better a jig saw or a reciprocating saw?

The reciprocating saw is very easy to maneuver through cuts. When trying to cut shapes in wood, the best tool for the job is definitely a jig saw. However, you can also do that with a reciprocating saw due to the tiny blade it uses. Though you shouldn’t expect the same accuracy as the jigsaw.

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