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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.
It allows a user to keep the line of cut clear by blowing sawdust out of the way during cutting. The blower can also be used when not actually making cuts by simply squeezing the trigger and holding the saw toward an area covered in saw dust. Believe it or not there is even more variety among circular saws than what Ive already presented above. For example; there are small corded saws that use smaller blades such as the Rockwell compact circular saw with a 4 1/2" blade and the Rockwell VersaCut with a 3 3/8" blade. These saws are good for smaller jobs and cutting sheet goods such as OSB plywood MDF or panels. Their depth of cut isnt anything to brag about but the smaller blades are also thinner meaning less material is wasted during cuts. A circular saw is a powerful portable and versatile tool designed to cut wood with a large spinning blade. While most circular saws are specifically designed to cut wooden materials most can also be used with specialty blades made to cut metals plastics and other industrial materials.
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The TS75EQ (7-1/4") has incredible power and accuracy to a pinpoint and being unconscionably smooth the saw leaves absolutely no burns or splinters after making a cut. In fact the cut edges of your workpieces truly require no any additional touch-up sanding or trimming - they are smooth and clean right off the slicer. This circular saw is ideal for a huge number of industrial and carpentry applications from cutting doors and windows to truing rough lumber. The lucky folk who have tried this Festool circ saw have honestly never looked back the quality precision feel and endurance of the saw make it hard to set down and even harder to pick up another tool. This Festool is likely the most expensive of these celebrity saws but its important to remember particularly in the tool industry that you always get what you pay for. Each of these circ saws are tremendous exemplary machines that ultimately represent the crème de la crème of the circular saw community.