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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.
- The motor is inline with the handle and at a right angle to the blade arbor. It also has an oil-filled crankcase.
- The worm gear style of power transmission means this saw has plenty of torque, which keeps it from stalling in wet or pinched lumber.
- Quieter operation than sidewinder saws, but heavier, usually 14 to 19 lbs.
- It has better sightlines than a sidewinder style saw
- Most common blade size is 7-1/4”. Also available are 6-1/2” and 8-1/4” blades.
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