Porter Cable Tiger Claw
The ''Tiger Claw'' lets you cut in any situation, even between rafters and wall joists, with a standard 6'' blade. Rear gear housing adjusts up to 180 degrees in either direction with 13 positive stop..
Cable Reciprocating Saws
Reciprocating saws can be classified into
different categories by the use they fulfill. A
Saws All for example is used mainly in construction and
more in de-construction. Since it has no fence or table
to rest against the stock it makes crude cuts through almost
material found on the job site.
With a change of the blade you can cut through
metal, wood and plastic. It is very unlikely that a furniture
maker would consider a Sawz All to be very useful but on a
construction it can be irreplaceable.
saw on the other hand is right at home in the work shop.
It can make very fine and precise cuts and is used primarily
for cutting out decorative patterns in furniture.
scroll saw is the tool for you if you want to make fine
cuts with high detail. Used a lot with patterns a scroll
saw is capable of cutting out fine lettering and figures
of cartoon characters. A scroll saw works by moving a up
and down at very high speed. The
blade is usually 5" long and comes in 3 main types.
- Scroll Blades are the most common blade and is used for
cutting thicker materials.
- Reverse blades are designed to prevent splinter on the
front and back from being chipped out while cutting.
- Spiral blades have a rasp appearance that allows the operator
to cut in any direction.