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saber saw

n.
A portable power jigsaw used to cut straight or curved lines in wood, plastic, or soft metals.

sa′ber saw`



n.
a portable electric jigsaw.
[1950–55]
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Noun1.saber saw - a portable power saw with a reciprocating bladesaber saw - a portable power saw with a reciprocating blade; can be used with a variety of blades depending on the application and kind of cut; generally have a plate that rides on the surface that is being cut
power saw, sawing machine, saw - a power tool for cutting wood
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At the back of the tractor, he drilled a hole big enough to insert his saber saw and he cut a two-inch diameter hole in each rear tire.
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With a metal-cutting blade in my saber saw, it was super easy to cut out the reducer hole.
HOLLOW With a saber saw or pumpkin-carving tool, cut out the top of each pumpkin.
However, my most-used tool was an inexpensive saber saw. The curved surfaces on the rocker box and the side bearings were cut with the saber saw and a circle-cutting jig, although these could have been done freehand.
He started with a leather brigandine, or top coat, then took a ball-peen hammer, saber saw and sandbag and hammered out a metal elbow piece.
All you need for this labor of love is a one-quarter-inch electric drill, a hand-held circular saw and an electric saber saw, with maybe a little help from tools already in your kitchen drawer: hammer, pliers, screwdriver, chisel and wrench.
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If you want to include them and have access to a saber saw or some other way to cut them, they provide an attractive, ornamental touch.
Cut it out with the saber saw. This hole serves triple-duty as the fill hole, the overflow hole and the place to stick a finger to gauge how full the reservoir is.