JigSaw Blades, Overview & Discussion
JigSaw Blades, Overview & Discussion
This is just a basic introduction video on jigsaw blades. Talking about what would set apart a more premium blade for my more basic and cheap blade as well as showing various types of metal and wood cutting blades and discussing some of their applications . .
Great video. I learned a lot! I Thanks!
Thanks for the videos. I have learned a lot. Is there a specific type of blade designed for cutting acrylic, such as plexiglas? I have tried regular metal cutting blades and it only chips or breaks the material.
Great Video ! My favorite Bosch blade for everything is their 101BF it will cut laminates, Veneers without chipping and on a occasion you can cut mild steel like a Closet pole with them for me that function creates a sacrificial blade as it will booger up the teeth slightly and i wont cut fine Woods with it again Aluminum doesn’t seem to bother the 101 BF ? Another interesting factor on the Bosch Blades is they are costly but never seam to go up in price ? My old company as been using the 102 BF blades and they cost the same as they were 25 years ago from our same supplier ? Weird. We always thought but we used hundreds of them per year like you stated Bosch has always been the best in the Industry , We also used only Bosch Hammer Drills and Bits
Would like to ask what you would recommend to cut a hollow door? I need to install a cat flap for an interior door.
I made a jig for cutting 45° aluminium profiles, what blade would you recommend?
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Maximum length available for hard wood… and how much depth of inches we can cut for straight line only for wood or it depends upon the jigsaw…
Not a hand actor- kind of unfortunate, as it distracts from the effort.
Nicely done! If the pull tab breaks off my cat food can, what blade would you suggest?
Went through several videos before finding this one and THIS was easily the best. Thank you. Question: How do you choose the correct length blade? Will be for soft lumber and plywood mostly.
That double sided spyder will cut a tighter radius than any other blade that i have tried.i finally replaced my 7549 porter cable bayonet saw that got stolen years ago the other day. Still the best jigsaw ever made in my opinion. So if those lenox hook shanks are in your way………
Not one for aluminum.
Wait for just a second. Those bosch blades look exactly the same as the cmt orange tools blades we sell in our store. Even have the same product codes and graphics design, just another brand/color. 🤔
Is there a box of blades that you recommend that would meet most of the needs of a new home woodworker?
Probably a dumb ass question, but gonna ask it anyway. Which blade would work to cut a steel rod?
I have a tire guard I need to remove from my exercise cart. It serves no purpose and is in the way of me putting bigger tires on my cart so I need a good blade to get rid of it.
Awsome video, appreciate you spreading your experience 💪🏽
Thanks for this overview.
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Another awesome video. Great information. Very detailed as all your videos are. Thank you for taking time to make these. I have followed much of your advice in my tool purchases. My cat and me enjoy seeing Tiny in your videos!!!
4:47 Using fine teeth on thick metal isn’t just slower — it’s also bad for the blades — right?
Great video. I never knew about half of what you showed.
What about Starrett dual cut blades cutting upwards and downwards at the same time. Have you worked with these.
Is this video sponsored by Bosch?
Which saw blade(s) are included?
They also make "knife edge" jigsaw blades for cutting really soft material (like cardboard).
Really nice overview. Thanks. I am still very curious why I can’t find any solid Tungsten Carbide blades (instead of attached grit). Does anyone know if the Bosch T367XHM3 carbide teeth blades are made of Tungsten Carbide? Carbide is a mixture of carbide and something else hard, like titanium, tungsten or vanadium. But nobody seems to spell it out, they just say carbide. ARGH!