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Its a simple matter to lay the guide with its edge along the cut line and then to take the saw and run it down the rail cutting right next to the lip of the rail. Because these saws are plunge-type saws you can begin and/or end a cut in the middle of a sheet of plywood. You could cut out a window or door opening for instance and have it come out clean and square every time. The best thing about using these track saws is the confidence they give you: You KNOW you can do a perfect job quickly accurately over and over again. Another kind of circular saw Ive used a lot over the years mostly for construction is the worm drive saw pioneered by Skil. A framing carpenter needs to be able to cut a lot of lumber all day long. While accuracy is always desirable it is not as critical to the framer as it would be to a finish carpenter or cabinet maker. Speed is the thing that the framer wants on his side and he (or she) does not want to be saddled with a saw that cant cut the mustard so to speak.
These tend to be a little heavier than the in-line models. Also worm saws are not maintenance free you will need to occasionally add a special oil to the motor which is nothing more than unscrewing a screw and adding the oil it is very easy. Circular Saw Features Electric Brakes - This is one feature I would get no questions asked. An electric brake stops the motor in about two seconds after releasing the trigger while a saw without an electric brake will take about 10 to 15 seconds to stop. The electric brake works by reversing the flow of electricity to the saw motor. The reason to go with the electric brake which most models now offer is to save limbs and fingers. After you are cutting for a while your arm will tend to get tired so you want to make sure your safe at all times. Stopping the blade quicker means less chances of getting hurt. Blade Capacity - As noted above circular saws come in different blade sizes.
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The Makita is a first-rate circular saw which is built by a leading-edge manufacturer of cordless power tools. Designed to be extremely light and easy to use the BSS610 18V LXT Lithium Ion 6 1/2" cordless saw boasts of a Makita-built high-torque motor that runs at 3700 rpm. Weighing only 7.1 lbs and measures 13 5/8" with a well balanced compact ergonomic design there is little wonder Makita holds a leading-edge manufacturer position. The BSS610 also includes two built-in LED lights for extra illumination and a dust-blower that keeps the cutting path clear. Purchase this saw as a complete kit with blade batteries and charger for $330.88 or as a single tool for $139.99. For an inexpensive yet reliable product keep an eye out for the Hitachi cordless circular saw C18DLP4 that only costs $99. Weighing only 9 lbs with a left-mounted 6 1/2" blade a soft elastomer grip (for greater comfort) a built-in spotlight (for better visibility) and a fan-cooled motor (designed to extend running time) this saw is exceptional for the price tag on it. Many craftsmen value a collection of Dewalt home improvement tools and the 18V Dewalt cordless circular saw DC390B (that costs $89.99) is no exception. It weighs in at around 9 lbs featuring a 6 1/2" blade and capable of reaching 3700 rpm.