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  1. Great video. I've had a love/hate relationship with my jigsaw ever since I started using one many years ago. I liked what it COULD do, but I never could get anything to come out successfully. My usual problem was that the blades would flex resulting in not square cuts. Your tips tell me 1. I need a new, better jigsaw. 2. I have to use the right blades. 3. I need to properly adjust my cutting speed for the type/thickness of the wood I'm using. THANKS!

  2. my cheap third world Black + Decker has a " Universal grip" . It accepts both type of blades. The most common are the Starrets and bosh but Im using a Irwin for over 1 year and still cuts ok. Of course Ive rarelly cut dark wood. Most are plywood. Always were glasses. Speacially people that dont need glasses like me must always remember to were glasses.

  3. hey how r u, i have my dads old black and decker probly 30-40 yrs old id say from the 80's i tried 2 use it 2 cut out a patern on a 1×4 of a bird i drew , but it was vibrating like a tiler kept jumping around , i dont know if its just old and worn out since u seemed 2 be able 2 cut easily

  4. understandably, I did NOT read through ALL the comments so…..if this has been covered, well, disregard. The front of the shoe you will note are rounded upward….much like the runner on a sled or sleigh. When cutting holes or, sections out of a whole, I don't waste time drilling start holes. Place the saw on the tips of these rounded edges and sloooooowly rotate the saw shoe downward. The blade will easily start itself through the wood. That is all….thanks for a great video……these saws are grossly under used!!

  5. I had stopped using my jigsaw, because even when cutting slowly, and ensuring I was keeping the saw flat, my blade would flex inside the wood as it cut resulting in a non-square cut. I only use it for very rough cuts now, because I never figured out how to get it to cut squarely.

  6. I was snooping around my garage and i found anbold black jigsaw with a simple switch on the top with no other buttons (that I can see) that has a blade missing, the bit on the bottom used to hold the blade has a flathead screw that would be used to secure it, how do I know what blade to buy to replace it?