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During my 27 years as a professional carpenter my 1stpriority has always been safety. I still have both of my hands and all of my fingers to prove just that. Unfortunately not all carpenters can say that and I have witnessed some real gnarly accidents. That being said all of the above questions play a role in the effectiveness efficiency and safety of the saw and its imperative that you purchase a saw that is right (not only) for you but for the job/s you intend to use it. With all of the different makes and models it can become a little overwhelming and laborious selecting the best circular saw. Over the years that Ive been involved in carpentry Ive purchased many tools and during that time there were no websites to assist me with making an informed purchase decision. I felt there was a demand for such information so I developed a website that is geared toward assisting carpenters or DIYers who are looking for one of the best circular saws on the market. Ive spent hours gathering a ton of reviews from actual buyers and users of the circular saws displayed on my site. I share the excellent good and not-so-good comments of the reviewers. This website will certainly assist and help you (to relax) with making a purchase decision that is well informed and educated.
Almost but not quite and certainly not if you are using them to cut framing pieces all day long. Joe has both a wormdrive and a regular circular saw. He pulls out his Skil HD77M wormdrive circular saw when he needs to get through the big stuff. But when he will be cutting 2x4s all day he uses the lighter weight DeWalt 368K. And for cutting up on the roof he uses his DeWalt cordless DC300K with a NANO battery. Joe said he got into the NANO technology because it gets damn cold in Buffalo and he wants the reliability of Lithium Ion batteries which will perform just as well in cold temperatures. And the nicest thing about them is that the DeWalt NANO batteries are backwards compatible with all his DeWalt cordless tools. Hmmm. But what kind of circular saw do I want? While I am not a contractor I am an avid Do-It-Yourselfer who has a sweet job as the editor of a tool blog. Yup I get a great discount on the high quality tools that are sold at the Toolking Superstore and you betcha Ive been taking advantage of that! (shameless plug ;0) Seriously though even if I didnt get the discount ToolKing has the lowest prices especially if you go for the reconditioned versions (believe me Ive checked around).
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Equipped with the appropriate blade these types of saws are capable of cutting through masonry steel ceramic tile and wood so heres a quick buying guide on choosing the right one to make your project a success. Circular Saws Explained: A circular saw is a robust tool that is capable of straight ad accurate cutting of a variety of materials particularly wood sheet and heavy duty timber materials. In addition you can equip your circular saw with a variety of blades that can literally rip through anything from concrete blocks to bricks and wood. They can even be ordered in various sizes and all have a specific cutting depth with the cutting capacity directly that is related to the blade diameter. With circular saws you wont need to invest much with regards to accessories but if you want to boost flexibility and accuracy of your tool then getting a rip guide or rip fence is a good idea. Circular Saw Design Options It is important to choose the right circular design in order to determine what options are right for you.