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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.
Where accuracy is key however a fence or guide can be attached to ensure optimized cutting precision. There is a wide range of circular saws available from 4in. to 7-1/4in. (7-1/4in. for example refers to the blades diameter) and hand-held to table mounted. Craftsmen however can not get too far without needing a lightweight and cordless circular saw to get the job done. The cordless circular saw is lightweight and convenient eliminating the need for outlets and to lug around endless knotted ropes of power cord. With its portability and more compact size the cordless saw can go more places and conveniently conquer your projects with not much sacrifice to power. From commercial jobs to backyard plans no toolbox should be without this cordless giant. Milwaukees 18v 6-1/2in. cordless circular saw delivers extreme power in an ergonomic and lightweight design.
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Certain jobs also call for the use of hearing protection and/or a respirator mask for optimal protection. Using a dull blade. If the blade on a circular saw is too dull it will place unnecessary strain on both the saw and the operator. A dull blade in a circular saw can be dangerous because of the extra force the operator must apply in order to make a cut and can also damage the saw by overworking the motor. A blade that has hit a nail is particularly prone to becoming dull but any blade will become dull with use. Leaving the saw plugged in. Circular saws should be unplugged at all times when not in use to prevent accidents. Battery operated saws can have the battery removed. Ensuring that a circular saw is unplugged is especially important when changing a blade lubricating or otherwise maintaining the saw. Essentially the only time the saw should be plugged into an outlet is while it is in use. Overextending the body. Maintaining stable positioning is an important responsibility when using a circular saw. Overreaching could cause a saw operator to lose his or her balance and create a dangerous situation. Using the wrong type of blade for the cutting surface. Different types of blades are available for circular saws to cut different surfaces. One important distinction is the difference between a ripping blade designed to cut with wood grain and a crosscutting blade designed to cut against the grain. There are also blades designed for cutting different types of materials such as glass steel tile or concrete. Dewalt is known for creating a pretty good power tool and this circular saw truly stands up to that reputation. Offering superior power balance and ergonomics the saw transcends the standard circular saw to bring craftsmen a lightweight and powerful solution to some of the toughest cutting applications.