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November 01, 2004

Ridgid's variable speed orbital jig saw (Model R3120) features a durable die-cast gearbox that reduces vibration. Its 6-amp motor and variable speed dial with electronic feedback allow the jig saw to maintain cutting speed through almost any material. A dust port and chip shield allow up to 90 percent of excess material to be collected through a vacuum dust collection system, while a motor blows dust away from the cut direction, helping the user maintain view of the cut line. The tool comes with five orbital cut settings, an adjustable base for making beveled cuts and a 12-foot rubber power cord with a lighted plug that confirms when the tool is live using a backlit icon for easy identification.

Contact: 800/4-RIDGID




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