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A sawzall is a very important tool to have on any job. AsktheBuilder.com host Tim Carter demonstrates the usefulness and ...
versatility of a sawzall. His tips will also help you better utilize your sawzall on the job.
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Wow, this is a lot of work. You know, this kind of saw is what the old time refuse to build a lot of the houses in forth Thomas, Hive Park. All the old areas of greater Cincinnati and the Tri state before we have electricity and power source. Well, you know what, this is really kind of a neat saw to use but imagine if we put power behind it. You know what I am talking about? The sawzall. Here is why I like sawzall. Sawzall are a multi purpose tool. You can use them to cut all types of materials. You can cut wood with it. You can cut metal and you can also cut things in different shapes that you cannot really do with a traditional hand saw or with a circular saw. Now, the reason why? The blades on the sawzall are small, they are thin, they can get into tight places and they can do all kinds of neat turns. One of the things I like about sawzall is the fact that you can change the blades easily. There are metal blades, there are wood blades and also they come in different ways. Now, what I like to do too is I like to be able to use the saw saws and cut a hole in the center of a piece of wood without having to do a pile of hole. Here is how you do it, it is really simple. Just put the blade in at a low angle, turn the sawzall on, pull the trigger and gently put the blade down into the wood and soon it will cut right through and you can continue your cut. Oh yes, another quality installation. Now, sawzall, they are multi purpose tools and remember, you might want to add one to your tool boxes spring if you got a little extra cash.
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