After knowing the characteristics of sawing machines with various types at sawdigest, we now enter into a discussion on how to choose a reciprocating saw or saber saw type (hereinafter referred to as a 'saw machine' only). The existence of a battery might make you think that a saw machine with a large weighted battery. On the other hand, the existence of a battery also becomes important because sawing activities are often carried out outdoors where there are no electrical sockets available. For those of you who want to use a sawing machine for a long time without having to be interrupted by charging, we recommend a sawing machine with an electric power source.
Check the cutting power to make the job easier. When choosing a sawing machine, check the cutting power. However, you do not need a product with the best cutting power, but a product with the cutting power according to your intended use and budget. Check the saw machine specifications carefully. When choosing a sawing machine, check the maximum cutting power it can do. On the packaging of a saw, the machine has usually listed the thickness and type of objects that can be cut by the machine. Frequency of blade movements or SPM (strokes per minute) and the length of the pull or length of stroke are also generally included in the form of numbers on the product packaging. Then, the wider the cut, the bigger the size of the saw.
Now, by knowing the ability of a saw machine, you can certainly choose a product that suits your needs, right? It will be more profitable if the product can be replaced by the blade. The cutting power of a saw machine is also determined by the blade. To reduce costs, some people buy chainsaws at affordable prices, then replace their blades with higher quality products. The result, cutting machine power is qualified, but the price remains within budget.