What is an Orbital Sawzall?
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Besides, what is the difference between a Sawzall and a reciprocating saw?
Literally, a Sawzall is a reciprocating saw; its blade, after all oscillates up and down (or in and out ??). However, I generally use “reciprocating saw” to refer to smaller tools that are often called saber saws, or sometimes, jigsaws. Sawzalls are fairly large and heavy, and have a “throw” of perhaps 1 1/2”.
Also, what is a Super Sawzall? The SUPER SAWZALL® Reciprocating Saw generates 15A corded power, faster cuts than 15A reciprocating saws and delivers Up To 150 Cuts in 2x12 SPF per charge. The QUIK-LOK® blade clamp allows for tool less blade changes and a rafter hook provides a convenient way to store the saw between cuts.
Moreover, what is an orbital jigsaw used for?
An orbital jigsaw is a jigsaw capable of an orbital cutting motion, which can provide you with a more aggressive and more efficient cutting action when cutting thicker work pieces. The right orbital action setting will improve the speed of your tool and possibly extend the useful life of your jigsaw blades.
How does a Sawzall work?
A reciprocating saw is a machine-powered saw that creates a cutting action through a push-and-pull (“reciprocating”) motion of the blade. It is connected to a long machine containing a rotating motor that moves a piston up and down. The piston, in turn, is attached at one end to a clamp that holds the blade.