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STANLEY Scie à planche de 6-1/4 po avec poignée en bois

Modèle nº 15-206|Nº UGS 1000802602

Aperçu

Modèle # 15-206 Internet # 1000802602

La scie à lame coulissante 6 1/4 po de Stanley avec poignée en bois est spécialement conçue pour la coupe du plâtre. La lame est faite en acier et laquée pour la protéger de la corrosion; elle comporte une pointe affûtée qui perce facilement les cloisons sèches. La poignée en bois dur est collée à la lame avec de l'époxy pour une solidité et une durabilité accrues.

  1. Lame en acier de 6 pouces
  1. La lame est laquée pour la protection contre la corrosion
  1. La pointe aiguisée permet de perforer facilement les cloisons sèches et est idéale pour faire des coupes en plongée.
  1. Les dents de précision sont affûtées pour une coupe efficace.
  1. La poignée est en bois.
  1. La poignée est collée à la lame avec de l'époxy pour plus de solidité.
  1. 7 TPI

Spécifications

Dimensions

Hauteur assemblé (en pouces)
1
Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
1
Largeur assemblée (en pouces)
2
Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
2
Poids assemblé (en livres)
0.24
Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
0.24
Profondeur assemblé (en pouces)
13.80
Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
13.8

Détails

Longueur de la lame (en po)
6
Matériau de la lame
Acier
Nombre de dents par pouce
8
Nombre de pièces dans l'ensemble
1
Nombre de pièces dans lensemble
1
Pays d'origine
CN-China

Garanties et certifications

Stanley garantit ce produit contre les défauts de matériau ou de fabrication au cours de sa vie utile (qui ne dépasse pas un an dans le cas de produits dotés de composants électriques ou électroniques) à l'acheteur original. La présente GARANTIE À VIE LIMITÉE ne couvre pas les produits utilisés de façon inadéquate ou abusive ou qui ont été modifiés ou réparés. Les produits défectueux seront remplacés ou réparés.
Scie à planche de 6-1/4 po avec poignée en boisSTANLEY Scie à planche de 6-1/4 po avec poignée en boisLa scie à lame coulissante 6 1/4 po de Stanley avec poignée en bois est spécialement conçue pour la coupe du plâtre. La lame est faite en acier et laquée pour la protéger de la corrosion; elle comporte une pointe affûtée qui perce facilement les cloisons sèches. La poignée en bois dur est collée à la lame avec de l'époxy pour une solidité et une durabilité accrues.
STANLEY
1000802602
CAD9.982022-12-06
Home Depot Canada
Scie à planche de 6-1/4 po avec poignée en bois est évalué 4.6 de 5 de 288.
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Rated 3 de 5 de par Pretty Good Was pretty skeptical of this saw when I purchased it. Figured it would last me one go round on drywall for it was all bent up, and coming loose out of handle. However, I was happily surprised when it did a great job not only on the first wall I did but continues to do a great job, and stay fairly straight. Now still not as good of quality as say the Dewalt or MIlwaukee brand, but for the price overall a fairly good product.
Date de publication: 2014-07-17
Rated 5 de 5 de par Great I had to cut 12, 5" holes in my ceiling for recessed lighting. This worked perfectly and is much cheaper than a 5" hole saw. It goes through the sheetrock with a few bumps of the handle, after that the sheetrock cuts easily. It was easy to cut a round hole. The only problem I have is that you cannot replace the blade, because it is bonded with the wooden handle. That isn't a problem though. The blade is pretty sturdy, so it should stand for years. And it's cheap enough that if it does happen to brake you can just buy a new one.
Date de publication: 2014-04-08
Rated 4 de 5 de par Works fine, but has 2 weaknesses. 1] The shank of the saw blade has a hole drilled through it, the hole is located a fraction of an inch away from the handle. In the event that there is any lateral force on the blade, this hole makes a very weak location right where strength is needed. The hole is filled with a plastic push fastener when you buy the saw. I can't see any reason for the hole, never mind the reason for the plastic push fastener. I've owned the same model saw for over a decade, these blades do bend exactly where the hole is drilled. 2] The handle is not very broad. The action of 'jabbing' is not the most common way the saw is pushed through the plasterboard. The most common method for using this saw is to place the point onto the penetration location on the plasterboard, holding the saw handle with one hand and then you smack your remaining palm onto the butt of the handle to generate the necessary force for penetrating the plasterboard (or you use a hammer or mallet). Try simply jabbing 5/8" fire code plasterboard fastened overhead, you will quickly figure out how to use the a method other than straight jabbing into plasterboard. Therefore, this saw has a 'well less than perfect' design. To its' credit, the blade is thick, but the hole simply defeats the benefits of the blade thickness.
Date de publication: 2012-01-11
Rated 5 de 5 de par Works the way it's supposed to! We used this saw for cutting a hole in our drywall in the bathroom. While I was worried it would snap off mid project when purchasing the product all of my worries went away when my fiancé started cutting into the wall. It didn't break, and it obviously cut the giant hole in our dry wall like we needed it to!
Date de publication: 2014-05-27
Rated 4 de 5 de par This is a value priced saw, so I shouldn't expect much, but the tip wasn't sharp as I expected. ... This is a value priced saw, so I shouldn't expect much, but the tip wasn't sharp as I expected. The teeth appeared sharp and properly angled, but saw seemed to easily get caught up in the drywall. For small jobs I would give it 5 stars. Anything larger you may want to try a more premium version.
Date de publication: 2019-10-29
Rated 5 de 5 de par durable/works. I have used these before and since they have a wooden handle, you can tap them with a hammer to cut through plaster to cut in electrical boxes. Of course, plaster will dull the teeth much faster than drywall, but so be it. Also, I use this for a purpose not designed. I fish wires over suspended ceilings, so I slide this into the end of a 3/4" pvc conduit and tape it to secure it. The 'knob' shape hops over ceiling grids so I can quickly pull wires over the ceiling, 10' at a time.
Date de publication: 2014-04-15
Rated 5 de 5 de par Quick cut drywall saw Another project and a drywall saw was a must have. The Home Depot associate assisted me in finding exactly what I needed and I was in and out of Home Depot in a matter of minutes. Excellent!
Date de publication: 2015-12-12
Rated 5 de 5 de par the product with the best grip Working with the best jig saw with no problems of grip
Date de publication: 2014-03-04
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In addition to dry wall, does it cut metal stuff too ? Your prompt response will be highly appreciated.

Posée par: Ipaul
No, this does not cut metal stuff.
Répondue par: Communityanswer
Date de publication: 2017-06-05

Can this be used to cut a backsplash that is already installed on drywall (to fit a cabinet)?

Posée par: Backsplash
If it's anything more than a peel'n'stick, I'd say no. If it's a tile backsplash you'll probably end up cracking the tiles. Angle grinder with a diamond blade will give you a nice clean cut.
Répondue par: Matt
Date de publication: 2020-07-29

Will this cut angles in polystyrene crown moulding cleanly?

Will this cut angles in polystyrene crown moulding cleanly?
Posée par: Anh
The teeth on this saw are fairly rough. I believe it is designed more for drywall then wood or plastic. I'd pick a saw with more teeth per inch. I actually use mine for digging out weeds in my flower beds.
Répondue par: TJW777
Date de publication: 2019-08-05

Will this cut a hollow wood door? I need to install a small dog door and do not have a jigsaw.

Will this cut a hollow wood door? I need to install a small dog door and do not have a jigsaw.
Posée par: Crafty
It probably would, but it would be pretty ugly. That's really not the right tool to cut a hole in a door.
Répondue par: TheEarl
Date de publication: 2020-12-07

What country is this tool made in?

What country is this tool made in?
Posée par: boocat
China
Répondue par: HomeDepotCustomer
Date de publication: 2021-01-20

Will this work for receptacle cutouts on 1/4" fibreboard?

Posée par: technodruid
Hi technodruid, The jab saw is made for drywall.
Répondue par: DewaltProductExpert
Date de publication: 2020-11-02

Can I cut tree roots with this saw?

Posée par: BartP
No; this is for puncturing drywall. You need something more serrated.
Répondue par: Zhoonoh
Date de publication: 2020-07-07

will this blade cut through bone?

Posée par: Cindy
The unit 15-206 is designed to cut through plasterboard/drywall.
Répondue par: ProductExpert
Date de publication: 2022-05-25
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