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The saw is also backed with Milwaukees industry leading five year warranty and a five year / 2000 charge warranty on the batteries. Makita offers an 18v LXT lithium ion 6-1/2in. circular saw with a powerful 3700 RPM. The saws ergonomic and balanced design delivers optimal operator control even pressure and simplified operation as you work. Weighing only 7.1 lbs the saw is lightweight and easy to control and has two built-in L.E.D lights for better illumination of your work space. The saw has a high torque motor with a cut capacity of 2-1/4in. at ninety degrees 1-9/16in. at forty-five degrees and 1-7/16in. at fifty degrees. For additional durability and smooth accurate cutting the BSS610 has a precision machined heavy gauge base and a built-in dust blower to keep your workpiece clean. Makitas circular saw utilizes lithium ion technology to provide longer battery run-time and an optimized overall lifespan.
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.
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A circular saw is a great tool and one of the most common tools in the workshop. It was invented in England back in 1780. The circular saw is also known as a buzz saw or commonly called the Skil saw even though Skil is a manufacturer that makes circular saws. With the right blade a circular saw is capable of cutting wood steel masonry and ceramic tile. Circular saws come in different sizes ranging from 3" to 16". The most common corded size is 7 1/4" and cordless is 5 3/8" & 6 1/2". There are two types of circular saws: IN-Line Saws and Worm Drive Saws. In-Line Saw - These are the most common types of circular saws and tend to be the least expensive. In addition they dont weigh as much as the Worm Drive saws. An In-line saws motor sits perpendicular to the blade and a shaft runs directly from the motor to drive the blade. An In-Line saw will suit most of your applications and except for changing the blades they are maintenance free. Worm Drive Saw - A worm drive is for heavy duty use and tends to cost a little more than the In-Line saws. A worm drive motor is positioned parallel with the blade and uses a gear to increase the torque transferred to the blade.