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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.
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Keep in mind that larger blades will assist with keeping your cuts on track and with the overall speed of the cut. To enhance your comfort level during work consider
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Most budget saws will use a somewhat heavier formed steel base plate/shoe and blade guards. Lighter saws use cast aluminum or magnesium alloys for their base plate and blade guards.
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There are a variety of circular saws from ones that are mounted to other hand held options. One of the types of circular saws is the miter saw. This saw
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Visibility to the cutting blade can still be good with a little change in posture and stance but this may not feel natural to some. There are direct-drive versions with
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Both have its own advantages and disadvantages in terms of operation safety maintenance and cost so you should definitely make a decision as to what you are going to choose
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These options provide a pretty good review of whats available for cordless circular saws. The portability and power of the tool coupled with its lightweight compact comfortable and cordless design
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A worm-drive saw runs at lower RPMs than sidewinder circular saws. This produces more torque at the cutting surface and reduces the likelihood of the saw bogging down. A worm-drive
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Carbide Blades - Will stay sharp longer than steel blades but more expensive. Tile Blades - Usually have diamond tip blades and are designed especially for cutting ceramic tile. Masonry