鏈鋸手套能保護您的手免受拼圖鋸條傷害嗎?


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我知道,任何種類的手套都不能保護木工免受圓鋸的傷害,相反,它們會使情況變得更糟。但是,在使用拼圖鋸時(如圖中的拼圖鋸一樣),電鋸手套或其他類型的電鋸手套能保護工人的手和手指免受鋸片傷害嗎?我已經讀過,曲線鋸是用於切割木材和其他材料的最不危險的電動工具之一,我打算購買一種,但我從未使用過任何電動工具進行切割。我想特別地利用它在夾板中進行長而直的切割,厚達1/2英寸,還可以切割2 x 4英寸的框釘(據我了解,實際上是1.5 x 3.5英寸)。有時(但很少),我必須沿其縱軸切割螺柱以製成兩個較薄的螺柱。我不打算太頻繁地使用此工具。也許一年兩次。

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Video showing a chainsaw stopped by a special glove (Soft Touch Chainsaw Glove C-2000):

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Since nobody else has weighed in with a complete answer, I'll give it a shot.

Jigsaws are pretty benign as cutting tools. Except for the obvious issue of putting a body part close to the blade, the most common thing for a jigsaw seems to be a blade binding and the whole saw hopping up and down, which is bothersome and might thump a finger.

I'd suggest that you build habits around not having your hands in proximity to the blade, rather than getting a (possibly false) sense of security in the form of a protective glove. It might even be the case that having a glove makes you more likely to do something strange and dangerous. (YMMV.) Clamping a workpiece securely so you can concentrate on cutting, rather than holding and cutting is a good idea.

As mentioned by @FreeMan, the jigsaw isn't great for a long straight rip cut. Once in a blue moon isn't too bad, but if you find yourself needing this functionality regularly, a circular saw might be a good next step. At least find a jigsaw blade that's long enough to cut 1.5" and has relatively few teeth for easier ripping. (And a couple of rips might convince you to just buy the right size lumber to start with.)