The Power saws are used with ease to cut through a number of materials such as wood, metal or masonry. Various specifications are available to meet various work requirements, from compact handheld models to heavyweight saws, ideal for technical applications and constant use, great for light jobs. Look for the capability of the blade that specifies the maximum cutting depth that the saw can achieve.
One of the first new 10.8V architectural models is the Makita JR105DZ model. New slide battery technology as well as variable speed control by a trigger, lock-off mechanism. Electrical brake, and ergonomic soft-grip handle used by reciprocating saws. This is an upgraded version of the highly reliable JR102D that now includes a Lightweight eXtreme Technology Battery slide (not included). The blade lock complies with the corresponding saw blades as well as the jigsaw blades. The four-point blade position allows you to go almost anywhere. The tool for reciprocating saws is light enough not to trigger fatigue, even after 5 minutes.
The keyless lever-action of the 4-position blade clamp makes switchblades quick, simple and facilitates a wide variety. The client holds or positions this foot on the cut surface to drive. Or draw against the blade’s inclination to push away. Ripping out the old fittings is one of the most time-consuming jobs when you install windows and doors. The blade screw clamping is compatible with both recipes and with jigsaw blades. Allowing the motor for a longer life to run warmer and more productive. With a much more efficient brushless engine, the DJR105DZ achieves up to 3000 strokes per minute.
A bright LED light on the saw illuminates dark work areas. Adjustable pivoting shoe with open top for elevated stability and blade visibility during a cut. The Rubber-coated grip to minimize consumer fatigue and surface vibration.