Bora 542009 Jigsaw Guide
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Enables easier cuts in larger sheet goods, as the saw moves instead of the work piece (easier & safer to maneuver); no need to move around heavy work pieces, like with a table saw. Cut on both sides to get best finish when ripping or cutting. Ideal for smaller work areas. Compatible with router attachments. Replaceable rubber edge, high and low friction strips. Cut on both sides to get best finish when ripping or cutting. Ideal for kitchen fitters for smaller work areas. Compatible with router attachments. Replaceable rubber edge, high and low friction strips.
Safety is your responsibility. Make sure you know what you’re doing and take all necessary safety precautions while working with power tools. Safety comes first!NOTE: It can be problematic to make a straight 90-degree angle cut with a jigsaw. These tips will help you not to end up with a skewed cut: Progress slowly while cutting, apply pressure on the jigsaw evenly, and try to keep the jigsaw in a straight position A simple DIY jigsaw guide rail that you can easily build for your workshop no matter your skill level. Learn how to build this easy jigsaw straight cut guide that is perfect for a small shop!
Select the Right Blade: Choose the appropriate blade based on the material and the type of cut you intend to make. Opt for a reverse tooth blade to minimize burrs on the underside of the cut. Alternatively, a dual-cut blade, equipped with teeth in both directions, can further reduce burring on both sides, ensuring improved cutting results. Transform select routers when connected to the Guide Rail for dadoing, mortising, and trimming applications for a precise and accurate experience. Cut a rectangle for the jigsaw base. The base is 600 x 140 x 12 mm and is made out of birch plywood.Splinter-free cuts – the splinter guards positioned directly on the scribe line prevent the edges from splintering, even on angled cuts