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Old 10-30-2010, 09:05 PM   #21
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Re: WTB, Bosch 1584AVSK Jig Saw


I have that version with the D-handle for my coping foot. Works fine. not clunky at all. I don't see how the barrel grip would even make a difference since the D-handle has a lock-on button.

With either way, you are holding the saw upside down and backwards so any ergonomics are shot anyway. I never had a cut I couldn't make with the D-handle.

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So says the irishman...
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wait for the CARVEX like I am doing.
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Old 10-31-2010, 08:02 AM   #24
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wait for the CARVEX like I am doing.
I am pretty sure the coping foot won't fit it.
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Old 10-31-2010, 09:03 AM   #25
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I cope by hand, so I never really think about a coping foot. I'm still waiting to try the disc sanding paper on grinder trick. hard to fix some things when you've been doing them the same way for so long.
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kinda late to the show but watch ebay. i had bid on about 5 used model before i got one for $75 the one i got was a floor model and works perfectly. plus they through in about 20 bosch blades
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I guess the foot fits on the brand new 470 bosch jigsaw but, I cant find one local.

I m tired of using my fret saw, rat tail files and what not.

I need speed and accuracy.

I do use my RAS on quite a few copes though.
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I use a coping saw and a Dremel. Get it close with the saw and tune it in with the Dremel.

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