On the job site, or trying a great do-it-yourself project, you may be wondering what the deal with a reciprocating saw and a jigsaw is.
A Reciprocating saw is a long, straight handled saw with a flat blade on end.. The blade is inserted into the end of the reciprocating saw and locked in place.
What is a Reciprocating saw?
A reciprocating saw can cut through metal, drywall, PVC pipe, copper, wood, carpet, grout, and even brick and mortar.
What Can a Reciprocating Saw Do?
A jigsaw is a type of reciprocating saw that has the blade at a 90-degree angle versus the horizontal only design of the bigger reciprocating saw.
What is a Jig Saw?
It can be used for vertical cuts through piping, or aluminum as well as design tracing into a side piece of furniture. Because a jigsaw tool has different blade attachments, it offers versatility.
What Can a Jigsaw do?