Tips and Tricks for Using Your AEG Reciprocating Saw
An AdelaideTools AEG reciprocating saw is a convenient extension of an ordinary electric table saw. It operates much like the conventional reciprocating saws by making circular cuts on shafts in wood or other soft materials. It usually takes around two minutes for a traditional reciprocating saw to complete a circle cut on a shaft. The AEG model makes use of the same electric motor and a similar blade to conventional saws but uses a shorter fixed stroke for its cutting operations and is suited to work in small spaces.
Reciprocating saws use cutting devices known as a “kickback” to counterbalance the saw’s operation. A kickback is a sudden back action from the moving pieces against the stationary ones. In this case, the stationary piece will be damaged. AEG kickbacks are often adjustable to accommodate different cutting situations.
There have been concerns about the possibility of AEG blades breaking with excessive use and repeated blade changes. In addressing these issues, the blade is equipped with what is referred to as “torsion springs”, which allow for repeated blade changes without damaging the edge. When the blade changes, the coils on the torsion spring allow for increased cutting pressure without damaging the blades.
When demolition is the order of the day, the AdelaideTools AEG reciprocating saw has the power you need at a price you can afford. Compressed air is contained within the saw’s “cases.” The air’s pressure will maintain the circular motion needed for your work. The AEG uses twin-tube construction, allowing it to accept tanks up to sixty gallons. So when demolition is the order of the day, the AdelaideTools AEG reciprocating saw has the power you need at a price you can afford.
Air-powered reciprocating saws provide more power than other styles of saws, making them ideal for cutting down tall, heavy objects. The ability to work from any angle makes AEGs perfect for home improvement projects and other specialty jobs. If you own an AEG and take regular landscape or construction jobs, the ability to use your AEG in manual mode is ideal for light jobs around the house. However, if demolition is the order of the day, the AEG reciprocating table saw has the power you need at a price you can afford.
The AEG is sold as a single, dual, and triple-feed saw with varying available speeds. Each version offers various options and comes in a variety of colours and lengths. For a more precise estimate, measure the item’s total length that you plan to cut with the AEG. Then, add twenty-five per cent to this figure to get a more accurate estimate of the amount of stroke length that your AEG should be able to perform.