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Jig Saws Blades Types

What kind of blades are there?

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High Speed Steel - Used for wood and light metal cutting Bi-Metal - Also used for wood and light metal cutting. Cobalt Steel - Tougher and lasts longer than Speed steel and Bi-Metal. Used for wood and metal. Carbide Grit - Strictly used to cut masonry board. Scrolling - Thinner than the regular jig saw blades and are used for tight turning cuts.

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I'm thinking the blades that go in Jig Saws are and have been standard since the late 80's. Once upon a time, blades were held on with a collar and a set screw while today they have a fat part that locks into the collet.

Can't find the proper blade at the Depot, my advice would be check with Black and Decker directly.

When I searched B&D, the first hits were Sears (Maybe at K-mart) and Lowes. Home Depot didn't come up at the top. You might find the blades you need at your local Ace or Sentry or Tru-Value or other brand hardware store. Be nice to support your local merchant, your neighbor.

Anyway, try here for your parts http://www.blackanddecker.com/ProductGuide/CategoryOverview.aspx?cPath=1496.2514.1020.147

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Before inserting a new blade, check the receiver for obstruction or debris that may prevent the blade from properly registering with the tightening screw.

Make sure the blade is fully seated in the receiver before tightening.

The tightening screws that secure blades on any type of reciprocating saws (Jig, Scroll, Sawzall, etc.) are constantly under stress and do wear out. If the problem continues, it may need to be replaced.

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