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With circular saws there are three main designs to choose from so it is important to read the features of each type in order to invest in the perfect one for your project and sometimes depending on your needs you might need more than one type of circular saw. Different Types of Circular Saws: Worm Drive Saws: This type of circular saw gets its name (worm drive) from its drive system owing to its spiral shaped design. Just like most circular saws the motor of worm drive saws are aligned with the blade which weighs between 12lbs to 15lbs with a diameter between with a diameter of 6-1/2 inches to 8-1/2 inches. The motor of worm drive saws boast superior power and torque and just enough to saw through concrete or even carve up wet lumber making them an ideal choice for major renovation or framing jobs. Worm saws are also quite heavy so they are also great for projects that do not require you to hold the unit as you work such as sawhorse projects.
If youre looking for a lighter saw and one that is capable of cutting through materials such as concrete and plywood then investing in a sidewinder saw is your best bet. Trim Circular Saws For small scale projects such as paneling carpentry work finishing work or simply cutting through materials that are fairly thin trim circular saws are an ideal choice. They are extremely lightweight making them easy to control when using them. Adding to this they weigh between 4lbs and 8lbs with a blade diameter of between 3-1/2" to 4-1/2". There are many different varieties of the circular saw. This saw is generally classified by its circular blade which lumps it in a category with a variety of saws that use that blade. Using a metal disc with saw teeth the blade spins around and helps make an accurate cut.
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With one of these babies at your side you are sure to enjoy circ sawing to its absolute fullest. Many people ask what the difference is between a cordless circular saw and one that has a cord on it such as a corded circular saw. Beyond the obvious there is not a whole lot of difference between the two. There is one very noticeable difference that you will be able to notice when using a cordless circular saw. This difference is simply a matter of reduced power. Nobody has been able to make a battery pack that is able to compete with the power that you get from a circular saw with a cord. 18 volts is a far cry from the standard 120 volts you receive from an outlet. There have been cordless tools on the job for quite a few years; everything from screwdrivers to drills. When you mention the words cordless circular saw many people will be quick to look at you like you have lost your mind; the two just dont mesh well due to the fact that a cordless tool lacks sufficient power and everyone knows that to be true.