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Festool PS 300 Jigsaw Features

Designed to fit your hand with a low profile

Most jigsaws have a hard time staying on course. Hard material and curves can easily cause the blade to deflect, resulting in time consuming re-cutting or sanding. Trion jigsaws are designed with adjustable carbide-tipped jaws that work with the blade clamping system and back-up bearing for triple blade guidance that keeps the blade perpendicular to the shoe at all times, even on curves. The barrel grip PS 300 is designed to fit your hand with a low center of gravity..

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Festool Jigsaws feature soft-start that softens start-up jolts, variable speed control so the blade speed can be matched to the material need, constant speed under load for consistent blade tip speed and improved cut quality.

Barrel Grip Design

A barrel grip design, preferred by most professionals.

Plug-It Power Cord

The Festool Plug-it system allows you to quickly switch between the jigsaw and just about any other tool, reducing downtime, and simplifying packing.

FastFix Blade Changing System

Allows for quick, tool-free blade changes. FastFix lever angles and opens the chuck for easy blade removal.

Variable Stroke

Four unique stroke settings vary from straight plunge action for smooth cuts to aggressive orbital action for rapid cuts.

Dual-Port Dust Extraction & Chip Deflector

Use a combination of these for maximum dust control, when used with a CT dust extractor.

Dual Bevel Base

45° dual bevel for angled cuts and a zero degree detent for perpendicular cuts.

Non-Marring Sub-Base

The non-marring, plastic sub-base allows you to work on finished material without concern for damage or marking.

Carbide Guidance System

Rigidly supports the blade at exactly the pre-set angle, reducing blade wander in tight radius cuts; eliminating cutting errors, spoiled workpieces, or need for rework.

Zero Clearance Splinterguard

Solid one-piece splinterguards mount in the foot of the tool for zero-clearance, resulting in ultra-clean cuts with no splinters or tear out.

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