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With the proper blade, it can cut wood, metal, plastic, fiberglass cement block, slate and...
Unlike standard circular saws, these have the motor mounted parallel to the saw blade. In addition, they usually have a larger motor. These...
Look for amperage and types of bearings—top quality saws pull 12 or 13 amps and run on ball bearings. Lower quality saws use roller or sleeve...
A 7¼ inch is the most popular size. It lets you cut to a depth of 2½ inches and to cut through a 2x piece of lumber even when the blade is set...
There are different types of blades for different types of materials and cuts. Blades with larger numbers (7, 10, 12) are best for cutting thick...
There are different types of blades for different types of cuts, but here are a few blades that will give you versatility. A 1/4” wide blade is a...
The band saw blade makes a continuous loop and cuts by spinning in a circle. It can handle thick pieces of material, up to 6” thick. A scroll saw...
Kickback usually occurs when the workpiece pinches the blade of the saw. In stationary power tools, the result can be that the workpiece suddenly...
The numbers indicate the number of points per inch on a saw...
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