Makute Jigsaw 710 Watts Laser Light

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A jigsaw is a power tool equipped with a reciprocating blade designed for cutting curves, irregular shapes, and various materials such as wood, metal, plastic, and others. The “710 W” in the description refers to the power rating of the tool, specifically its electrical power consumption, measured in watts. In this context, a 710-watt jigsaw indicates the electrical power input to the tool, which can give an indication of its cutting capabilities and performance. Higher wattage generally suggests greater cutting power and efficiency.

Rated Voltage:220-240V~50/60HZ
Input Power: 710W
No-load speed: 0-3000r/min Variable Speed Control
Blade size:65mm
Capacity Wood :65mm
Capacity Steel : 6mm
length of stroke : 26mm
Stepless speed control
Laser guide for more acc

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Uses

  1. Curved Cuts: Jigsaws are excellent for making curved cuts in materials like wood, plywood, plastic, and thin metal sheets. They are ideal for cutting out shapes and patterns.
  2. Straight Cuts: While not as precise as a circular saw or a table saw, a jigsaw can still be used for straight cuts in various materials. It’s particularly useful when a straight-line cut needs to be made, and a different saw type is not available.
  3. Bevel Cuts: Many jigsaws allow for bevel cuts, where the blade can tilt to make angled cuts. This feature is handy for tasks like cutting beveled edges on countertops or making angled joints.
  4. Trimming: Jigsaws are commonly used for trimming and fitting pieces, especially in carpentry and woodworking projects. They are effective for adjusting the size of materials to achieve a proper fit.
  5. Cutting Openings: Jigsaws are valuable for cutting openings in materials such as plywood or drywall. This makes them useful in tasks like installing electrical outlets or creating openings for sinks.
  6. DIY Projects: Whether you’re working on home improvement projects or crafting DIY furniture, a jigsaw is a versatile tool that can handle various cutting requirements.
  7. Materials: A 710-watt jigsaw can typically handle a range of materials, including wood, laminate, particleboard, plastic, and thin metal. It’s not suitable for heavy-duty metal cutting, but it can handle lighter metal sheets.
  8. Artistic Projects: Jigsaws are commonly used in artistic endeavors, such as creating wooden sculptures, crafts, or other intricate designs.

 

SKU: AHS48523 Category:

Size

710 W

Safety Precautions

  1. Read the Manual:
    • Before operating the Makute Jigsaw, thoroughly read and understand the user manual provided by the manufacturer. This will familiarize you with the tool’s features, specifications, and safety guidelines.
  2. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Wear appropriate personal protective equipment, including safety goggles to protect your eyes from debris, ear protection to reduce noise exposure, and a dust mask to guard against inhaling particles.
  3. Secure Workpiece:
    • Ensure that the material you are cutting is properly secured to a stable work surface. This prevents the workpiece from moving or vibrating during operation.
  4. Blade Selection:
    • Use the correct blade for the specific material you are cutting. Ensure that the blade is sharp and in good condition before starting the job.
  5. Hands Position:
    • Keep your hands away from the cutting area. Use a push stick or another tool to guide the material through the cut, especially when the distance between the blade and the edge of the workpiece is minimal.
  6. Disconnect Power:
    • Before changing blades or making any adjustments, disconnect the power source to avoid accidental starts. Unplug the jigsaw or remove the battery if it’s cordless.
  7. Inspect Tool:
    • Before each use, inspect the jigsaw for any damage, such as frayed cords, damaged plugs, or loose parts. If any issues are found, repair or replace them before operating the tool.
  8. Proper Technique:
    • Use the jigsaw with the correct technique. Allow the tool to do the work without forcing it through the material. Applying excessive force may lead to loss of control.
  9. Work in a Well-Lit Area:
    • Ensure the workspace is well-lit to have clear visibility of the cutting area. This helps in maintaining control and accuracy.
  10. Avoid Awkward Positions:
    • Stand in a stable and comfortable position while operating the jigsaw. Avoid awkward angles that could lead to loss of control.
  11. Keep Cords Away:
    • Keep the power cord away from the cutting path to prevent accidental cuts or entanglement.
  12. Ventilation:
    • If working in an enclosed space, ensure proper ventilation to disperse dust and fumes generated during cutting.

 

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