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I went into the Toolking store. The ToolKing store has a great setup Doug and the guys have redesigned the entire layout so now you can touch and hold all the tools. I love that! You can really get a feel for which one you like better because when it comes down to the options there are a lot of high quality tools available but which one feels better in Your hands? Most of the contractor grade circular saws have a 15 amp powerful motor magnesium housing (for lightweight and strength) at least a 45 degree beveling capacity and excellent safety features. I personally need to pick up each one as if Im using it and check the position of the handles for comfort and how good my line of sight will be to the blade. These are the circular saws that I compared: 1. I picked up the DeWalt DW368K. Lightweight at 9.5 lbs it is durable enough to withstand a 1-story drop. The DeWalt DW368K also has a beveling capacity of 56 degrees. 2. The Makita 5007FAK is a bit heavier at 11.1 lbs but has this cool onboard LED light and a ruler on the foot plate. How many times are you working in a room with the light at your back? 3. Im a big fan of the Bosch company because of all that Ive learned about their power tool recycling program and other pro-active environmental projects. The very nice feature of the Bosch CS20 (10.3 lbs) saw is their Direct Connect Cord Management System.
ToolKings secret (for all you e-commerce wannabes) is that they purchase in very large quantities from companies like DeWalt and Makita and that leverage gets them a better price deal which they then pass on to their customer aka: You. Anyhoo ~ back to my circular saw purchase. Corded versus Cordless Im debating whether to go with a cordless or corded circular saw. My husband and I bought the crappiest smallest house in our neighborhood so we are in the middle of remodeling pretty much our entire home. Because we both work full-time jobs we remodel in spurts. Our circular saw just crapped out on us on the last project. We were framing an outdoor patio area with 6x6s to lay pavers. Poop went our circular saw it had had enough.
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Combination blades have a variety of tooth which counts from 24 to 80-teeth and are commonly used by woodworkers. Choose a plywood blade if you only want to cut wood. This blade is made from high speed steel and sure to have a good finish. Other specific for a certain type of wood cutting are the dado blades. These blades are used on a radial arm saw or a table saw. You can always search online for the best circular saw reviews to help you and guide you on how to choose the best blades for your circular saw. Youll discover a detailed presentation about the different brands and types of circular saws that are available. Basing on some circular saw reviews it is quite difficult to choose the best circular saw for your needs. As it is simply the most widely used kind of saw in carpentry especially in making cabinets it is important that you choose accordingly in order to make the most out of its purposes. Circular saw reviews serves as a guide as to what you should look for in a circular saw. To start the ball rolling here are a few tips when shopping for one: 1. Identify what kind you want. Basicallythere are two types that you can choose from: the pendulum guard circular saws and the plunge cut saws.