1020 – 07 – About Reciprocating Saws
Reciprocating saws push and pull through the material, hence, the reciprocating part of the name. These types of saws have longer blades and a handle that allows easy vertical use. There is typically a foot at the base of the blade as well, so when the blade wants to kick away there is something to counter it.
One of the main benefits of reciprocating saws is that they have a wide variety of designs and uses. They can be deployed in a variety of operations. Some are shaped like small cordless drills, and others are larger and more durable high-speed models.
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