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The powered Sabre saw is typically a larger more powerful jigsaw and is usually referred to generically as a reciprocating saw. The main distinction between the sabre/reciprocating saw and the jigsaw is that its overall appearance is somewhat reminiscent of a sabre sword. Its use in the hands is more typically against vertically standing objects unlike the jigsaw which has it's primary use for cutting horizontally across surfaces. The Sabre saw consists of a reciprocating cutting implement, usually a toothed blade, to chiefly cut through wood and other various materials. Due to its large blades (relative to the jigsaw) its primary use is to slice material handily, rather than using the traditional circular saw in the application of building homes. It's also an advantageous implement when cutting into tight crevices. A Bosch power jigsaw A jigsaw is a type of saw used for cutting arbitrary curves, such as stenciled designs or other custom shapes, into a piece of wood or similar material. ... Reciprocating saws are saws with a straight blade mounted at the end of a gun-like body. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Szabla. ... Invented in England in 1780, the circular saw (also known as the buzz saw in the USA) is a metal disc or blade with saw teeth on the edge as well as the machine that causes the disk to spin. ...


The unpowered Sabre Saw consists of handle that grips an interchangeable blade. It is primarily used in metal working and the building industry in situations where the object to be cut cannot be hindered by the frame of the hand held implement holding the blade, eg. in metal working the Hacksaw's frame doesn't allow for cuts to be made close to the blade where a hindrance would otherwise touch the frame. There are many similarly designed cutting implements that have the traditional Sabre Saw's qualities but are not known to be Sabre Saw's, these include the Keyhole saw, and some Japanese varieties of woodwoorking tools, eg. The Kataba Saw A keyhole (jab) saw used in a drywall cutting application. ...



high end producers for sabre saws are: FLEX, Fein, Bosch (blue line), AEG (=Milwaukee, =Atlas Copco), Hilti, Makita, Mafell, DeWalt (=Elu), Metabo High end refers to the best and generally most expensive of a class of goods or services. ... Look up flex in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Fein is a surname which can refer to: Amanda and Caitlin Fein, American actors Benny Fein (Dopey) (fl. ... Bosch is the colloquial short name for the German company Robert Bosch GmbH, as well as the last name of: Hieronymus Bosch (1450-1516) - Dutch painter Robert Bosch (1861-1942) - German industrialist Carl Bosch (1874-1940) - German chemist and engineer Juan Bosch (1909-2001) - Dominican politician and writer Orlando Bosch... AEG volt-metre designed by Peter Behrens AEG (Allgemeine Elektrizitäts-Gesellschaft) (English Translation: General Electricity Company) was a German producer of electronics and electrical equipment. ... Hilti is a company that manufactures and sells power tools, primarliy directly to the end professional customer. ... The Makita Corporation is an international corporation founded in 1915 and based in Anjo, Japan. ... DeWALT is a world-wide brand of power tools for the construction and woodworking industries. ...


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Sabre Saw (678 words)
The sabre (or saber) is a European backsword with a distinctcurvature and a rather large hand guard, covering the knuckles of the hand as well as the thumb and forefinger.
Originally, the sabre was used as a cavalry weapon that gradually came to replace the various straightbladed cutting sword types on the battlefield.
The teeth on a saw are the small sharp points along the cutting side of the saw.
Sabre saw guide assembly - Patent 4023273 (3271 words)
A sabre saw is detachably secured to the carriage and the guide assembly is clamped to the work-piece to be cut whereupon the sabre saw and the carriage is pushed along the guide assembly making a straight cut or a bevelled cut in the work-piece, depending upon the setting of the sabre saw assembly.
In a guide assembly for sabre saws which include a sole plate, a reciprocating saw blade passing through the sole plate, means to adjust the angle of said saw blade relative to the sole plate for bevel cutting, and means to turn the saw blade through 90.degree.
The handle of the sabre saw is grasped by the operator and with the saw being held back against the slide guide 12, the frame assembly is rotated around the central pivot guide assembly 13 thus cutting the circle precisely upon the line 70 already marked on the work-piece.
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