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Yes, there are 3½ inch saws that are designed for trim work. However, they are also good for people who don’t want to handle a large saw....
That’s common, but make sure you are using the right blade for the material you are cutting—wood, tile or...
Generally, the higher the amp the more cutting power. They range in size from about 4 amps to 11 amps. Other features include cordless options,...
Use an abrasive wheel looks like a thin grinding wheel. It can also be used to cut fiberglass and light...
Yes, a plywood blade has small teeth that provide a clean cut and reduces...
The cutting edges are made from extra-hard carbide steel that will last up to 20 times longer and are good for cutting materials of different...
For general use, you can buy a combination blade that incorporates the features of both rip and crosscut...
When cutting across the grain, a crosscut blade has a series of evenly spaced, medium-sized teeth that are bent alternately from the left to the...
You can get more accurate cuts by using a guide or fence that help you stay on the right...
How easy it is to see where the blade is cutting, is it easy to change the blade, will it cut bevels, can you use a vacuum attachment and can...
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