CHECK OUT MY NEW KIDS’ BOOKS ON AMAZON!!
Dungeonworld Book #1 (ONE HOT SPARK):
Dungeonworld Book #2 (THE BIG WHIFF):
Dungeonworld Book #3 (BANG THE WAR DRUM):
Dungeonworld Book #4 (THE ROYAL MESS):
Dungeonworld Book #5 (THE GHOUL RANCH):
DUNGEONWORLD is a funny, fast-paced fantasy series for kids ages 7 and up! All five books are available in both paperback and ebook.
Check out my Amazon author page for trailers for each book! (I’ve published Dungeonworld under the pen name E. DANIEL JAMES.)
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JIGSAW VS. CIRCULAR SAW…Which One Should You Own?! (FULL COMPARISON—New DIYers Should Watch!!)
New DIYers always want to know which saw they should own…CIRCULAR SAW or JIGSAW? This a surprisingly complex question. This video from The Honest Carpenter will explain the pertinent details for newcomers!
CIRCULAR SAWS utilize a backward spinning circular blade to make linear cuts.
JIGSAWS use a plunging skinny blade to make cuts in more freeform patterns.
Circular saws are a really indispensable tool for carpenters and those cutting wood in the construction industry because it cuts thick lumber much faster and is better at holding a straight line while doing so.
Jigsaws are more helpful to woodworkers and people making craft-type projects because they can cut curves and irregular profiles in a variety of materials.
Both circular saws and jigsaws can cut through metal, plastic, wood, composites and cement-fiber materials, so long as they’re using the right blade.
Jigsaws actually have more cut depth, because they can utilize blades over 4″ long. Whereas circular saws tend to have a max cut depth of 2-1/2″.
Both tools are pretty comparably priced, even though there are more jigsaws below $90 overall.
While circular saws are stronger and sometimes more intimidating for newcomers to operate–jigsaws are surprisingly dangerous as well because they don’t have blade guards!
If you’re using saws infrequently, or making curved profile cuts a lot, then a jigsaw is your best bet.
However, if you’re doing a lot straight-line cutting through thicker materials on construction-type projects, then a circular saw is the saw you need. But always be careful and practice all safety precautions!!
Thanks for watching!
The Honest Carpenter