Sissy not sure if your aware those are more of a specialty bit. They are a down stroke cut which is perfect for your laminate flooring. For cutting plywood you should switch to a up stroke cut and if you couple that with an orbital stroke on the saber saw it will cut like butter BUT it will be a rough cut /burs chipped edge but if you cut from the opposite side /bottom / of the ply you wont burn up blades. The down stroke blade forces the operator to work harder at the cut and heat is generally the result thus burning your bits out.sun was out and warm out .I am so mad at bosch ,where is the quality .Bought jig saw blades to cut a 1/4 inch piece of plywood and they are useless took 4 blades to cut it .I bought 2 packages of 3 blades each at over 6 dollars a package .The teeth are worn away
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