Everybody loves building something with their own hands out of wood, even if you have never done it, you are probably interested in doing so. Making new things out of wood is something anybody can do and is probably a lot easier to do than you think. Professionals and amateurs alike can use a jigsaw, but you will want to make sure it is versatile enough to use on any project you’re planning on doing. You can also opt for a cordless one for convenience.
- Compared to handsaws, jigsaws are better for cutting thicker woods like oak, walnut, hickory and snakewood.
- Always choose the correct blade for the cutting material, even if switching blades is a hassle.
- Cordless jigsaws bring several advantages, including the ability to work outdoors.
“Jigsaws are used by amateurs and professionals alike who work with wood; it’s a small but powerful tool to have.”