Festool Jigsaw Blades
Festool jigsaw blades have various precision-milled tooth structures and tooth counts for more than 25 specific types of material. Most have a bi-metal construction with carbide-tipped, conical-ground teeth. One blade is toothless, for cutting material such as glass, tile and ceramics. This ceramic jigsaw blade consists of splitters with carbide tips to adjust to these tough, delicate cuts. Another blade has an extra-thick cutting surface that is engineered specifically for making crosscuts in dense material. Other blades are engineered to cut foam rubber, fiberglass insulation and even cardboard. Festool's bi-metal jigsaw blades have universal T-shanks that fit its top handle and barrel grip jigsaws and can be used with many other non-brand jigsaws. All are engineered to cut with little resistance and to leave smooth edges even on cut metal surfaces.
The array of design innovations and engineering standards that embody Festool jigsaw blades are typical of the entire line of Festool blades, including planer blades, oscillating- and circular-saw blades and bladed-bit domino cutters. All models include precision-milled blades with unique and innovative cutting surfaces for specific material and specific cuts. All are designed as necessary complements for Festool power cutting tools to form an efficient, systematic approach to project work.
Festool's carbide-tipped, bi-metal jigsaw blades and their companion saw blades and cutters are also another component of a broad line of power tool accessories, that complete Festool's holistic project approach. Festool jigsaw blades provide a good foundation for an initial look into these lines, ultimately leading to greater project efficiency and more satisfying results.
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