VJ01ZW Cordless Jig Saw 12 Volt Lithium-Ion

VJ01ZW Cordless Jig Saw

Cordless Jig Saw 12 Volt Lithium-Ion

VJ01ZW cordless jig saw 12 volt lithium-ion is a perfect solution for cutting and trimming applications. Your new jig saw combines pro power and pro speed with ease-of-use in a compact size that weighs only 3.7 lbs. A low profile engineered for improved handling in compact areas. Users get greater visibility and dust collection capabilities. Its part of Makita’s expanding 12-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion cordless line-up. Includes driver-drills as well as an impact driver, impact wrench, circular saw, reciprocating saw, jig saw, vacuum and flashlights. Consistent with the rest of Makita’s MAX Lithium-Ion battery that delivers more power for Maximum efficiency.

The History Of Jig Saws

The jigsaw uses a reciprocating blade to cut curves in thin wood. Stenciled designs in wood. Power jig saws arrive corded or lithium battery for mobility. The first modern jigsaw was introduced in 1947 by the company named Scintilla AG that was later acquired by Bosch tools. The jigsaw is the most precious tool in a crafters workshop since it creates all the first round prototypes. Its best to of course have actual-size drawings in your workshop, but it’s also great to start with a notepad and create. We and that notepad then computer then workshop pasteboard drawings for easy duplication works the best. The pasteboard is found at your local Walmart for a dollar a sheet or in bulk at a Hobby Lobby.

VJ01ZW Cordless Jig Saw

These design templates can be easily figured out with inkjet prints cut and taped together preserving the fine detail of the computer. One of the first memories to most craftsman is the endless cut of the jigsaw when you are really little. We here grew-up in Miller Place out on the North Shore of Long Island, NY in the mid-eighties. I remember being very small walking around in the mud and new home construction molded with wood cement basements. The smells and debris like 7-11 Slurpees were wonderful.

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