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The proper operation and use of the reciprocating saw.
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Hey everybody, I’m Eric Stromer. You know what I want you to do, I want you to go out and get yourself one of this bad boys. It’s called the reciprocating saw. The blade goes back and forth very rapidly hence the name reciprocating saw. It comes in a couple of different varieties. This particular variety is a battery-operated version. The higher the amps on a battery tool, the more powerful it is. So, when you’re going out and looking for one, make sure you get the higher average. Sometimes this are corded and that gives you a lot of power but it’s a little bit restrictive one. It comes to getting into tight access area. The reciprocating saw is good for a million of purposes. Number one, specifically demo, it’s a great way to get in there and cut all pipes out of the wall, big pieces of wood, things that are difficult to access with the traditional circular saw or a demo hammer. Here’s chuck, you just pull the blade in and you put the new one out. Pull the blade out you put the new one in. It comes with several different blade options. This is the traditional woodcutting blade. It also comes in a plastic cutting or a mill cutting so it can serve as a hacksaw as well. Now, before you operate power tools make sure you wear safety glasses. Now, watch how simply it is to cut this piece of wood out of this wall. Look at that, it’s like a hot knife through butter. It’s a great tool for demolition. Please go and get yourself reciprocating saw, I’m Eric Stromer.
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