Cut curves and circles - with square or beveled edges - into wood and metal with jigsaws. These tools can cut metal, leather and anything in between, including plastics and cardboard. Most saws only cut in straight lines, but jigsaws move around in various shapes, allowing for artistic work. Making a straight line with a jigsaw, even with a guide, can be challenging.
Their versatility is impressive, but jigsaws can be tough to control. They’re handheld tools, providing freedom, but require precision. Blade rollers can help control a turn.
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Festool Jig Saw PS300 EQ and PSB Overview and Features Video
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