Vertical holding of jigsaw blade
That wobble is not a defect. It let's your blade flex without it snapping. Jigsaws are not to be used for finishing jobs. They are used to remove awkward shapes from whatever material you are using so you can refine it after.
Wobbling is a defect here because it isnt blade that flex its hub that holds blade poorly fitted.
@Grewyd that's the wobble I am talking about. It's dessinged that way. If it was ridged when the blade go's up and down soon as the blade strikes the wood it will bend and if you try to make a curve cut, it will bend. And a bent blade without that wobble will either snap the blade, brake the saw or just get jammed and eventually burnout the motor.
@@error-un3fo Then explain to me why humans when use manual saw dont ,,wobble" it on sides when they cut and saw doesnt get stuck?Besides when blade wobble on sides then there is more stress that is going on blade because not only the teeth grind through wood but also sides of blade are forced to rub against wood that is already cut creating more friction,making it harder for jigsaw to cut and there is way higher risk of breaking tool or a blade.Also the blade is already created in the way that makes it to not stuck while cut.The teeth of blade are not in straight line but they pass each other a little and stick beyond edges.
He's right. You never cut to your line exactly, you sand to your finish line . Or you use the correct tool, a standing band saw
Yeah typically you rough cut then sand to perfection
Рекомендация для тех кто хочет добыть огонь в столярной мастерской и всё сжечь!🔥
Не руками же костёр разводить.
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@@Alexander-Chernenkoполуляхи наше все 😂
Хоть этой "приспособой" действительно можно перегреть пилку, для непродолжительных работ этим можно пользоваться...
Great!! Add friction to the blade, weight to the machine, reduce the cut depth, friction with surface.
One would think that the manufacturer would correct this problem
It's cheaper for them to leave it uncorrected and they force us to accept it.
@@joewoodchuck3824Exactly. The typical homeowner DIY'er, their intended market is willing to accept the less than perfect results than a fine woodworker would. The manufacturers are well aware of this.
the wobble does affect the cut in terms of how square it is. It only affects the width of the the cut
@@santosl.harper4471 If you were trying to say that it does _not_ affect the squareness of the cut, I can assure you, it absolutely does. You can cut weird angles with a deflected blade. In fact, I've never seen a truly straight cut from any of low-end saws I own.
For cheaper jigsaws only and that’s a BOSCH DIY range saw not a professional one. Never put a jigsaw blade backwards unless you want to ruin your roller guide which is built for the smooth back of the blade. All good quality machines have their own stabilising mechanisms.
Exactly, thats a cheap handyman grade tool.
My Makita does it and that ain’t cheap..
@@noodlesiisif it does it ...its cheap 😂😂😂
When did he put the blade backwards
@@alterstassfurter5743 What the DeWalt do you know…. 😂
Your initial cut is made with a wobbling blade, which you then use to fix a wobbling blade. The circle of jerks.
you may have already screwed up the spur wheel at the beginning when you put the saw blade in backwards and start cutting 😅
not really. this model has that option
If you look at many blades they have this option. Is nothing bad about this. If using this wood sole keep in mind that not every blade have the same thickness, if the blade is a little to thick the blade and jigsaw can getting hot, to hot.
I thought I was the only one that saw it
@rheidbuurt I agree completely. But since he started with the blade backwards why didn't he continue with it backwards after putting on the wooden baseplate?
he was cutting backwards einstein...
I seriously need to look into doing this to my saw if possible. My Milwaukee has terrible deflection.
Dewalt does as well, not sure if its just a bad design of the saw, or the blade itself.
@@smooth_ops2942 I wonder if some of that HMW plastic stuff would be better. It would definitely be more expensive than hardwood, that's the down side.
I agree it’s the worst and should do this.
You are probably pushing the saw too much. Slow down the feed and let the blade do the work. Plenty of relief cuts on curves. Obviously, you want the correct blade which is sharp. The wood base can help temporarily , but as make more cuts the groove gets cut into if the feed is too much.
@@rzh3443 That is true. And I have adjusted my technique over the years (we get more patient as we age), as well as the oscillation and motor speed. And that has helped. But there's still some degree of waggle. I wish I could justify the cost of a band saw. (And I had the room) LOL
Go slower. Much easier solution. Blade deflection happen from too much pressure on the blade, and using a dull blade. Let the teeth do the work
Это вас не спасет, пока пилка острая она пилит ровно. И быстросъёмные всегда люфтят
I find that blade deflection when cutting curves is the most frustrating thing when using a jigsaw. Yet not one major jigsaw manufacturer has addressed this issue. It doesn't matter how slow you cut or what type of blade you use it happens all the time. I'll try this fix and find out if this takes care of the problem.
@@evgenykalesnik8118 Hi. I've been struggling with this problem as well. What am I missing?
Ahşap yerine, ısıya, aşınmaya dayanıklı ptfe (teflon) levha kullanın. Zamanla ahşap aşınıp eski haline döner..
@evgenykalesnik8118 to your "point", the effing manual won't solve this issue as the flaw is. inherent to all basic jigsaw designs.
@@JCKR-yv4gy You are missing a bandsaw for curved cutting, and a table saw for accurate straight cuts. If you are doing this kind of detailed work with a Jig Saw, I wish you the best of luck because you are going to need a lot of luck!!!!! (Can you get it close with a jig saw...... maybe!!) But having the right tool for the job is way more useful! Even a router with a flush trim bit will be way more accurate!!!!
Например можно купить Фиолент там с завода сухари стоят. Правда все напильником потом дорабатывать придется.
Ага на самом дешёвом фиоленте есть регулируемые упоры чтоб не болталась пила а тут бош какой странный
А как обстоят дела с моим смартфоном?в вашей башке он по прежнему ваш?или есть сдвиги?😊
У меня вообще милуоке.где в России ремонтировать? Хрен знает. И шпателя Анна. Их тоже не знаю где ремонтировать
Oppure compri direttamente un attrezzo più buono, tipo Festool
Well here's what I have found out. I took my Skil model 4495 jigsaw using a DeWalt 5/16 wide wood cutting blade and cut varying curves in a 3/4 piece of pine. There were some areas where I did not get a straight 90 ° cut . So I attached a 1/2 inch thick piece of mdf to the base of the saw and repeated the pattern. There was a noticable improvement in the same areas where deflection was an issue. It wasn't 100% but enough of a difference that I'll keep the wood attached.
Here is what I found out! If you buy a bandsaw, you can do this detailed work with better accuracy. The jig saw was never designed to do precision work! The number one reason to use a jig saw is to get into tight spaces that you can hide all the blemishes you are bound to make! lol
@@tobybigham4196 I have a band saw and use it for 95 % of that style of cut .But for where the jigsaw is needed this is where the frustration can kick in.
@@laff000 I agree with you there. And you would be shocked by some of the ways we have worked through those things that just can't be done easily! I actually made a moving stand for my bandsaw once because we wanted to put a pattern in the ends of 4x8 plywood. Since we needed to do it 12 times, it was worth making that jig! But I do understand those hard as heck spots! Thank god 99% of those can be covered up though!
Я русский но у меня даже не макита, а мелуоке. Подарок. Боюсь пользоваться. Где в России ремонтировать то?
@@tobybigham4196 The down side to that is that a band saw must start the cut outside the curve. So if you need to cut a full circle, like for a speaker mount, the band saw won't cut it. Pun intended.
Просто интересно... если проблема в том, что лобзик не пилит вертикально, то как он пропилил вертикальную щель, которую потом использовал как шаблон?:)))))
По прямой тоненькую дощечку пропилит и вертикально. А вот когда кружева начинаешь вырезать из доски потолще, лобзик и ведет. Латеральные силы появляются.
Надо дохтуру отправить, пусть проверит.
ОН ПИЛИТ РОВНО, просто не долго, малейший поворот в дальнейшем и идёт перекос. А сразу можно сделать ровный пил в самом начале.
Ручками! Представляете, ножовочку взял и пропилил. Шутка. Ответ @mnzrk дал.
@@ortodox77лопни мои ГЛАЗААА😂
Until that block wears out after very little use. Plus jigsaws are not meant for finishing, typically used to rough out a part and finished by some other method.
Good idea 👍 😉
That's a great hack. But just keep in mind you will have to replace that board every four or five cuts. The saw blade going to eat into the wood that you put on the bottom and you will have the same exact issue except a way hotter blade that will be much easier to bend.
Совет. Из ламината напольного. Дольше держится 👌
Купил "Дэу" - нет люфтов !)))
@@ak7198 можно ссылку??
Так один хрен, пилка эту щель в ламинате раздолбит за минуту, не?
@@antonfil2110 есть такое. Не за пару минут конечно. Эт если тебе ровный пил нужен.
The wood will wear out very quickly with blade rubbing.
Also makes a huge difference on the blade cutting angle setting
You mean I've been doing this wrong for forty years? Being one of the first power tools I got, nothing was super critical but I was always sensitive to letting the blade do the work. Now I want to check it out.
Good idea actually. I might just do this.
Был испытан. Не видишь разметку. Если по кондуктору прямой рез, то смысл имеет. Во первых так сильно не ломает покрытие на дсп и мдф. Во вторых на дереве не так поднимает щепу. В третьих не зазаливает угол. К фигурному резу не подходит т.к. не контролируешь разметку, меньше изгибание полотна(соответственно больше окружность), всё ровно доробатывать гриндером/наждачкой/напильником.
I agree with edgold. The manufacturers should all include a base plate like this on their jig saws. It seems like a no brainer!
Or just use a jigsaw when it’s supposed to be used and use a router when it’s supposed to be used. Shouldn’t ever be expect a final result from a jig saw…rough cut is all it’s for
Why , they are getting customers to do it. 😅
You are exactly correct, David, but I think that if a company included this extra base on their saw that they would outsell their competitors. Have a good one.@@DavidDenmark
Holy shit that’s a great tip.
У фиолента это реализовано с завода. Там металлические лепестки прикручиваются
С 1992, кажется, года. У меня до сих пор живой лобзик.
@@____dude____ , он вечный, у меня тож 90х годов лобзик фиолент
Еще у Фестула так же (наверно слизали у Фиолента). Но фестул дороже на порядок
Жаль сгорел(( купил ленточную
Трением об деревяшку, нагревается пилка и отпускается прочность металла режущей части. В результате - быстро тупится пилка.
а может чтоб получился нужный результат, не надо насиловать лобзик? и тогда не надо будет заново изобретать велосипед...
That could be a lifesaver, if you are TRYING to do precise work with a jig saw!
Следует учесть что у этого изделия крайне ограниченый срок службы. Со временем горизонтальный люфт разобьет посадочное гнездо ибо это дерево+ нужно добавить смазку ибо лезвие будет перегреваться от постоянного трения об дерево
Так что я бы взял хотя бы алюминий. Он и не вредит лезвию . И более прочный
Ca a l'air de bien marcher ! En effet nous avons toujours une dépouille sur les grosses épaisseurs. Je vais tester quand l'occasion se présentera. Merci pour le partage !
Nice little trick. Definitely helps... the flush bearing bit on a router my go-to when it's critical but it takes time to setup depending! I often cut within a 1/8-1/4 of the line w the jiggy then flush trim it. Top bearing and btm bearings give you options for thick stock when used in combo!
Here I thought I was the only one that had that problem. Thanks
Seu canal é ótimo parabéns.
Great way to burn up the blade real quick that block won't last long at all it'll be wobbly again after a few cuts for sure but cool I guess cuz it works for the first few cuts
I observe you since month and you're one of the best "tool hack" channel on YT! Good job!
Gostei,vou fazer aqui. Espero que resolva este problema de inclinação da lámina. Obrigado por compartilhar!
The manufacturer should include a removable plate like this when you buy the jig saw.
Ill make mine out of Delrin. This is a great idea.
Gracias por el tip
Когда золотые руки,то любой инструмент подвластен им 👍
К ним бы еще мозги, хотя бы не глиняные, чтобы додуматься взять фрезер вместо лобзика и не мучить неподходящий инструмент
Awesome! That may make my Ryobi battery power Jigsaw NOT a piece of s***! The blade bounces all over the place and comes out of its own track roller. This may give it some stability and keep it in the track. I need to find a thin piece of hardwood to make the plate out of. Like 1/4 inch or 3/8.
Yes! Amazing tip! Okay don’t use my jigsaw because I always get crooked cuts!
Not to sound disparaging, but part of your problem is more than likely your technique. Stumpy Nubs has a great video on the proper technique when using a jigsaw. It's very common - a lot of folks force the blade to bend and cause out of square cuts. This "fix" is a band aid over the more likely core problem of bad technique. Check out "How I made my jig saw cut a LOT better" - at 6:09, he talks about how to avoid deflection.
The blade has to have some give to it or after a few uses it's going to break.
Que buen dato, es por eso que no me gustaba cortar con esta máquina hasta que veo este video. Muy bien video gracias 👍
It will need to be replaced every so often but that's ok. My Black and Decker sawzall type tool wobbles even worse than that. I'm going to try this on it.
Bro please don't with a sawmill,there's no plate for a start and by design it is to be somewhat a flexible tool
Let the blade do the cutting and that deflection goes away and keeps your blade from snapping. If ur good with the tool it will work either way, if ur not then this will help but cause a few broken blades
"huh, I wonder why my blade is wobbly? Certainly not because I destroyed it by putting the blade in backwards, destroying the roller that helps guide it."
THAT'S FKN AWESOME!
O problema é que em pouco tempo a madeira gasta e a folga aumenta. O trabalho não compensa.
I love this channel!! 🧡
The play is meant to be there and the area is meant to be clear around the blade because the saw dust needs to go away not build up on the line you should be following on the outside of and for a tight fit you clean it up after with a wood file or chisel and some light sanding . pushing forward on the blade will cut into your guide as you use the thing almost right away making that movement you tried to get rid of with the base come right back and result in you wasting the time you spend doing something you should have spent just cleaning up the cut. if you want perfect cuts right from the tool you using the wrong tool as that is not what a jig saw is for.
Die Idee ist gut, aber sie hat zwei kleine Fehler. Die Platte ist zu stark, es geht zuviel Schnitttiefe verloren. Habe ich mit 3 mm Plexiglas gemacht. Mann darf auch nicht vergessen das die Sägeblätter verschieden breit sind. Die langen passen da nicht rein. Also den Schlitz einen Mü breiter oder eine Platte zum tausch anfertigen.
Seus projetos são exemplos de perfeição. Admiro. Brasil ,Campinas SP
não coloca a lamina para traz!!
You made the foot from wood. The saw will cut into that, too, the more it is used, and then you’ll have the same problem again.
I honestly didn't know about that but I don't use a jigsaw very much or I probably would have done the same thing, awesome hack!
La mayoría de las caladoras llevan una guía para la hoja.
De todos modos se dobla la hoja
This jig works for the price of less working depth and rather frequent replacement.
На электролобзиках Фиолент уже установлены специальные металлические губки. И они не уменьшают рабочую длину полотна.
So that is just who to stop the blade bending.
Jigsaws are notorious for making canted cuts. It's far too easy to push laterally on the saw and deflect the blade sideways, even if you're careful. It's worse when you're doing a curve.
@@miket2120 Any woodworker would be smart enough not to use a Jig Saw for this kind of work. But then again they know what a band saw is!
@@tobybigham4196well as a woodworker that works in the field, carrying around a bandsaw isn’t exactly fun. I use my jigsaw quite a bit and I’ve yet to have someone complain about my workmanship or the type of tool I’m using.
@@gregkrueger331 If you are doing multiple precision cuts in the field. You have already failed as a woodworker, and as a planner! But as an experienced woodworker, you already knew that!!! 😆🤣
@@miket2120finally someone who knows what they are talking about, this hack may help somewhat without being totalluly precise untill it starts cutting into the guide and your back to square 1 anyway
I'm going to try this. My jigsaw is so hard to control.
I don’t know why they don’t make a jigsaw with a more stable blade. Great idea thanks for showing it
My thoughts exactly.
They do, it's called a router 🤣
Brilliant keep from scratching the piece and steady the blade
Brilliant if you want to burn your shed to ashes
Good idea, never thought about a zero clearance base-plate. I’ll do mine from some thin hardwood ply for stability and to stop it splitting. Never reverse your blade in a jigsaw though 😄
that happens when you buy your tools at walmart😅
Это проблема быстросьемного крепления. На любой модели с постоянным фиксатором такого люфта нет.
На любой бюджетной модели вместо дощечки с завода уже стоит направляющая с твердосплава.
Also good idea because the wood is soft sometimes you lose that plastic cover that protects the surface
Thanks for the tip. Should have thought of this myself 3 days ago.
Дерево заменить фторопластом. Не благодарите)
Он плавится. Правда не знаю при какой температуре, но видел своими глазами. Да и где взять такой большой кусок.
HPL 12mm отлично.
I'm never disappointed by your innovations
So this is how dan snapped like 8 blades when he borrowed my saw
a jig to keep a jigsaw blade vertical
Not really. This is a jig to try and get more uses out of a jig saw, because you are too poor to buy a bandsaw! lol
@@tobybigham4196 why all the anger and animosity? you seem to have considerable resentment towards those who try to help others and also towards those who have less money than they would prefer. when someone takes delight in tearing down other individuals for deficiencies as opposed to bad behavior--it usually comes down to one of three reasons: 1) anger and/or pain at one's parents for similar 2) bullying tendencies--frequently due to having been bullied themselves as a child 3) self-hatred--commonly having to do with how they treat others while on the job or in their family. often, it is due to all three of these factors. religious up bringing in particular seems to be a contributing factor causing tremendous feelings of guilt into play, which invariably causes self-loathing and reinforcing the cycle of pain and abuse. please brother, seek help asap. everyone deserves love, even you.
@@tobybigham4196 who Laughs Out Loud because someone does not have the money to buy an expensive tool?!? seriously, seek help now please.
Чел, поделись секретом, как сильно дохера у тебя времени ушло чтобы разъебать BOSCH? У меня три года лобзику и как новый…
По сути до подошвы можно сделать цельную направляющую,тогда такого большого люфта не будет.
I jeszcze przedłużamy czas eksploatacji brzeszczotu który zużywa się na określonej długości roboczej 👍. And we are extending the life of the blade that is used at a certain working length 👍
Muito bom, agora é só a Bosch prestar atenção ao seu vídeo e consertar esse problema.
Это проблема большенства инструмента не только Bosch
Я даже не знал, что можно так пилу переворачивать 🤣
Mata gergajinya gak gampang panas kak kalau kena gesekkan?
Да способ сломать лобзик поскорее, он знает. У него их много на канале посмотри там еще с десяток. Но я бы просто взял кувалду, быстрее.
Now route a slot in the middle long ways on the bottom face of the wood so the saw dust passes through and doesnt collect
Using a jig on a jigsaw, crazy how no one would think of that
That's how you start a fire.
Nice! But there's a lever on the side for blade wiggle! 😂
What a brilliant idea. Thanks.
Have a machinist make one and then have it heat treated.
Mafell has a new saw that cuts in an perfect angle, even when doing corners and turns
Muy buenos tips !! 👍👍👍
Great tip,thank you
Show the first cut.
great idea. thanks for sharing
Only problem with this is it takes up a 1/2 in of your cutting blade can’t cut as thick of pieces of wood or whatever you are cutting
your jigs are incredible
The dry cleaner door chime at the end is what really sold it.
It's helpful when you want to cut something smaller than the gap but annoying if not
Казалось бы.Всё гениальное-просто. 👍👌Спасибо за идею.
Makita has a base plate included with its jigsaw