Carbide guidance system keeps the blade perpendicular to the shoe for improved cut results, even in thick stock.
Zero clearance splinterguard are solid one-piece inserts that are cut with the blade mounted in the machine for a clean, splinter-free cut.
Dust extraction channels integrated in the base plate coupled with a clear chip deflector a rear dust extraction port provide for cleaner work area.
MMC electronics provide soft start to reduce start up jolts, variable speed to match the speed to the material, and constant speed under load.
I’m not very skillful when it comes to this technical topic, but I really loved the way you explained these things. I honestly had no idea what to look for in a jigsaw, and even though I’m not the one who’s dealing with these things in my family, it’s always good to know.
So I’m curious, what do you think about the budget jigsaws? I mean, they have a really low price and considering they’re tools, I would have expected a higher price maybe. What I want to ask is, do they last enough time? Do they have a good quality or they’re just “on budget”? 🙂