How to Choose a Jig Saw Blade: The biggest reason a jig saw is so capable, is the wide variety of blades available. For cutting wood alone, you’ll find blades for fast cuts, smooth cuts, straight cuts, and tightly-curved cuts. Plus, there are blades for cutting metal, plastic, acrylic, ceramics, and leather, among others. And you’ll find general-purpose blades that cut just about anything. When selecting a blade, you also need to make sure it will deliver the quality of cut you need.

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DIY Breadboards All you need are some scrap pieces of hardwood, such as oak or maple (I used oak because that's what I had), a jig saw (and please wear safety goggles), sand paper, cordless drill and food grade mineral oil

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Learn how to use a jig saw - a machine saw with a fine blade that enables it to cut curved lines in wood, metal, or plastic. Such a versatile tool! via @diy_candy

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We love the 18V ONE+ Orbital Jig Saw from RYOBI! It's amazing for those detailed projects, and increases your blade life with its drop down base design. Purchase at http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-18-Volt-ONE-Orbital-Jig-Saw-Tool-Only-P523/204824014

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