How to Use Jigsaw

The jigsaw allows straight, curved or circular cuts in thin material, usually wood, but plastic planks, tiles, metal, etc.

The jigsaw allows straight, curved or circular cuts in thin material, usually wood, but plastic planks, tiles, metal, etc. Jigsaw: the precautions for use as a powerful electric tool, the jigsaw requires precautions of use against possible projections of materials. Please always gloves and eye

protection before use. Wearing a mask is also recommended, and even imperative if you suffer from frequent allergies or asthma. Consider placing newspaper nearby to protect your home against residues and sawdust. The preparation and the setting of the jigsaw for each material, you must use a specific and appropriate blade. As a general rule, a set of blades is supplied with jigsaws sold commercially. However, it is possible to buy extra blades separately if’re missing you. After having inserted the right blade in the device, you must set the depth and the cutting speed by following the instructions provided by the manufacturer. The depth of cut is only depends on the result you want to get. On the other hand, the cutting speed changes according to the material: hard, the more the speed should be low. The work piece can be fixed using clamps or a vise. How to use a jigsaw? Firmly hold the jig saw with both hands, and wait for the blade to the appropriate speed before cutting. However, if you use this unit for the first time, start with a low speed time to get used to its operation. During the Cup, don’t look especially the blade but the viewfinder of the jigsaw, who is here to assist you and guide you. The realization of curves or circles will require great care and a particular address; feel free to mark the line of cut for easier operation in erasable pencil.