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Carvex Kigsaws are armed with advanced motor technology, a host of features you'd expect from us, and others never imagined. The PS 420 EBQ packs it all in low-profile form. 

Carbide guidance system - Triple blade reinforcement with rigid support rod and carbide jaws reduce blade wander and drift

Interchangeable base system - Easily and quickly swap bases as needed from the butterfly-style angle base to the circle cutting base. 

4-LED stroboscopic light - Illuminate the cut line in-sync with the blade for effortless and improved visibility for precise cuts and less rework.

Splinter-free action - Solid one-piece Splinterguards are cut qiwth the blade mounted in the machine. This allows precise zero-clearance for ultra clean cuts with no splinters or tearout. 

MMC electronics - Increase cut performance with remarkable control featuring variable speed, constant speed under load, thermal and overload protection and a new automatic setting

Adjustable chip catcher - The chip catcher of the Carvex can be adjusted up and down as needed for greater visibility or to aid in dust extraction. Can also removed entirely. 

Brushless moter technology - EC-TEC motor with full electronic controls is long-lasting and energy-efficient enabling extensive cutting with reduced effort and strain. 

The standard package includes : 

  • The Carvex PS 420 EBQ jigsaw
  • T-shank jigsaw blades fo wood (2)
  • Chip Catcher
  • Splinterguard
  • Plug-It Power Cord
  • Systainer SYS 1 TL

Technical Specifications

Power Consumption 400 watt
Stroke Rate 1500 - 3800 RPM
Pendulum cover adjustment in stages 4
Cutting depth in wood 4-3/4" (120 mm)
Cutting depth in NF metals 3/4" (20 mm)
Cutting depth in steel (soft) 3/8" (10 mm)
Weight 4,19 lbs (1,9 kg)

A word from the boss 

Back to school, in the workshop! (18-09-01)

Summer 2018 was memorable in terms of the heat and good weather. Sometimes, maybe a little too hot to work outside but certainly very nice for leisure activities.

Hoping that you've had time to complete all your outdoor endeavors, it is already time to start thinking about new projects in the workshop.

Some housekeeping, storing, positioning and, perhaps, planning the acquisition of new equipment?

In the coming months, the Boss invites you to follow his weekly specials where you can still find many novelties.

Welcome back!