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- Designed to make straight cuts on materials that are difficult to cut with a handsaw.
- Can make cuts on a variety of materials, and different types of materials generally require different blades.
- More compact than a worm drive saw. Has the motor mounted on the side of the blade.
- Requires less maintenance than worm-drive saws and does not have an oil-filled crankcase.
- The size of the saw tells you what is the largest size blade that you can use with it. Generally, blade sizes range from 5-1/2” to 10” in diameter. 5-1/2” and 7-1/4” are the most popular. The larger the blade, the thicker material it will cut.
- Rated by amperage. Better tools have higher amp and rpm ratings.
- Cordless models are popular, but offer less speed and power than corded models.
- A popular feature is an ejector chute that directs dust away from the work and a tilt base that allows the user to cut a variety of angles.
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