- Model: MSJ-850AC
- Power: 750 Watts
- Rated Voltage: 220 / 230 V
- Frequency: 60 Hz
- No Load speed: 800 – 3,000 rpm
- Cutting Capacity: Wood 110mm, Steel 10mm, Aluminum 20mm
- Standard Accessories: Jigsaw Blades, Dust Bag, Allen Wrench, Kit Box
- Jigsaw blades
- Dust bag
- Allen Wrench
- Kit box
Jigsaw may refer to Jigsaw (tool), a tool used for cutting arbitrary curves Jigsaw (power tool), an electrically powered Jigsaw, a tiling. A jigsaw power tool is a jigsaw made up of an electric motor and a reciprocating saw blade. A jigsaw with a bevel function on the sole plate allows cutting angles of typically up to 45 degrees relative to the normal vertical stroke for cutting miter joints. In the past, what is now usually called scroll saws were often referred to as jigsaws. A power jigsaw may also be referred to, by some manufacturers, as a “bayonet saw” or sabre saw. Jigsaws first emerged in the 19th century and employed a treadle to operate the blade. The modern portable jigsaw was introduced in 1947 by Scintilla AG (later acquired by Bosch).
Control is an issue with jigsaws. The blades are small, weak and entirely unsupported at the lower end. Good cut control requires the presence of blade rollers, which keep the blade aligned just above the sole plate. Heavy cast sole plate saws are somewhat better than pressed steel for sawing line control too. To guide a jigsaw on curved cut, it must be steered (turned) and not forced to move sideways. The usage of sharp blades is important as well to get high-quality cuts.