A circular saw is a handheld power tool that can be used to cut a variety of materials, including wood, metal, and tile. While it is possible to do a variety of tasks with a circular saw, it is important to understand the limitations of the tool before using it. For example, a circular saw is not designed for making precise cuts, and it is not recommended for use on delicate materials. When used properly, a circular saw can be a versatile and powerful tool.
A circular saw is a power tool that can cut through many materials, including wood, metal, and plastic. It can also cut curves, although not as smoothly as a jigsaw. To cut a curve with a circular saw, first mark the line of the cut on the material. Then, use a straightedge to guide the saw along the line.
A circular saw can be used like a table saw if the right blade is installed and the saw is secured properly. The advantage to using a circular saw is that it is more portable than a table saw. The disadvantage is that it is more difficult to make precise cuts with a circular saw.
A good circular saw will typically cost between $60 and $100. The price will depend on the brand, blade size, and other features.
Runtime - 100 cross cuts in a 2x4 (Pine)
*Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts. Nominal voltage is 18
Battery not included
Power - Brushless motor provides 5200Rpm and maintains speed under load
Ease of use - bevel capacity up to 57 degrees
Battery & Charger Sold Separately
Capacity - 7-1/4" blade provides 2-9/16" depth of cut
Despite having many circular saws, this one is the best I've ever owned. I've been waiting for a full-sized, fully equipped right-blade 7-1/4" sidewinder for a while. I am a former carpenter with much experience, and I have always preferred B
Lightweight and compact 8.8-Pound
Lightweight and compact 15A (Ampere) saw delivers power for the toughest applications
This product meets customer requirement
Patented 15-Amp motor
57-Degree beveling capacity with positive stops at 45-Degree and 22.5-Degree
Integrated Dust blower
This product is manufactured in China
This saw bundle is nicer than it was stated (see images too). Except for the following, almost everything else (power, accuracy, durability, etc.) has been explored.The bag is far nicer than most people would anticipate. It has a canvas-wrapped firm metal rim around the entire top that swings up and closed, made of robust materials for the handles and other components (like an old doctor medicine bag). To prevent wear and tear, the bottom has extended rubber feet. features three compartments on the outside as well. Despite having a bottom piece, it has the sensation of thin cardboard. So, I'm going to attach a piece of 1/4" x 14.5" x 8.5" soft maple to the outside rubber feet and insert it within the bottom. This will prevent the saw and canvas from ever coming into touch with concrete or other hard surfaces. Although I appreciate the plastic tool containers, there are occasions when I find them to be a little frustrating.A plastic blade cradle that can accommodate 4-5 blades is included in the package. The blades are kept firmly in the cradle by a spring clip retainer that is included. This guards them against harming the saw or bag when putting blades inside.90° FINE TUNING: Using a square, you may precisely align the blade at 90° using an adjustable allen set screw. Dewalt only mentions this feature in the instructions, despite the fact that the majority of c-saws include it. After utilizing the standard lever-controlled bevel adjustment, this "stop" brings the saw back to exactly 90°. When you first receive the saw and each time you install a new blade, you should perform this "fine tuning." A reviewer who complained that their saw wasn't square gave this image and returned it after giving it one star; it's clear that "Patrick" didn't read the instructions.
LASER GUIDE: The tool generates a red line on the work surface in front of the saw upon the tool’s activation, letting you see where you’re working
EASY GRIP: Rubber overmold makes it easy for you to grip and control this tool, even in slippery conditions
ONE+ COMPATIBLE: This tool is compatible with many Ryobi battery, including the P100, P101, P102, P103, P104, P105, P107, and P108
ADJUSTMENT: Easy-access knobs let you adjust your depth up to 1 9/16 inches and your beveling angle from 0 to 50 degrees
INCLUDED BLADE AND BLADE WRENCH: A 5 1/2 inch blade, tipped with carbide to reduce corrosion and wear, is included. The wrench used to remove the blade is included in a slot on the tool
This is a fantastic small saw because it is portable and powerful. It was my choice because it was the smallest circular saw I could find that would cut through 2x4 lumber and I've had success with other Ryobi products. Its 10mm arbor is the sole major drawback. Since local home and hardware stores in the US often offer blades with 5/8" arbor holes, it can be challenging to find 5.5" blades there. The blades for the 10mm arbors are available for online ordering, but it's preferable to be able to pick them up locally if you're in the middle of a job and need a replacement blade right away. You should also acquire a few arbor bushing adapters so that the blades with 5/8" arbor holes may fit the 10mm arbor, allowing you to purchase blades locally. There are some blades that include the 5/8"-10mm adaptor bushings, including those made by Oshlun. The adaptor bushings are available from Amana under part number BU-125 if you want to buy some extras. Although they are certainly available from other places as well, I found them here on Amazon, sold by RouterBitWorld.—————After being used for four months, this is an update. Make sure to retract the blade to the lowest depth of cut required to complete your cuts in order to prolong battery life. I left the blade extended to 2" from when I was cutting 2x4s since I was shortening 3/8" thick plywood sheets that were 4 by 8 feet in size. I could barely cut 6 1/2 sheets across (or around 26 feet) with the 2AH Ryobi battery fully charged. 11 sheets could be cut when I retracted the blade to slightly over 3/8". (44 feet). I stopped there because I ran out of cuts to make, but there was still enough charge in it to make a few more.I would also advise purchasing a saw battery with a bigger capacity. A 4AH or 6AH battery will be quite beneficial in the saw if you're working on a large job, but the Ryobi drill works just fine with a 2AH battery. It works OK but is actually just a 4AH battery that is advertised as a 6AH. I ordered a generic (non-Ryobi) 6AH battery for half the price of a Ryobi 4AH battery. I'm not talking about the Ryobi brand batteries here; rather, I'm referring to the generic, Ryobi compatible batteries that are offered for sale on Amazon.I still adore the saw and heartily endorse it.
➤SAFETY DESIGN & ERGONOMIC DESIGN: The double protection switch prevents the machine from accidentally opening, promises a safer cutting job. Motor postposition separates the front and rear gravity, promises a stable operation; Optimized ergonomic slim grip provides ease and less fatigue to one-handed operation.
➤VALUABLE ACCESSORIES: You will get:1XTacklife TCS115A circular saw; 6 blades(2x120mm for wood cuts/2x115mm for wood and soft metal cuts/2x115mm for tile cuts); 1Xmetal handle; 1Xparallel guide; 1Xelbow dust port; 1Xhex key; user manual; 2-year warranty card.
➤METAL HANDLE & LASER DESIGN: Comes with a unique metal handle, which helps to reduce fatigue for one-hand working, offering stronger clamping force to make the cutting more stable. Easy and quick to install and disassemble by rotating the handle without any auxiliary tools. The laser guide ensures a professional and precise cutting line, convenient for cutting.
➤FLEXIBLE 90° & 45° BEVEL CUTTING:Easy-set depth scaled gauge lever allows the cutting depth up to 1-11/16 inches(42.9mm) at 90°; The bevel capacity at 45° is 1-3/8 inches (34.9mm), you can decide your bevel cutting angle freely from 0° to 45°. Left-sided blade design for great cut-line visibility. A parallel guide attachment ensures straight, precise cuts easily and quickly.
➤POWERFUL MOTOR & 6 BLADES: Features a 5.8 Amps copper motor to deliver full-size performance at 3,500 rpm, making cut wood, plastics, plaster board, PVC pipe, tile with ease. 6 Blades: 2x24T TCT(120mm) for wood cuts/ 2x60T HSS(115mm) for wood and soft metal cuts/ 2pcs grit diamond blade(115mm) for tile cuts, extending the applications of the compact circular saw.
For some time, I've been debating getting a little circular saw. Although I already own a Makita 7 1/4 circle saw, there is something that draws me to these smaller models. I gave the Rockwell, Worx, and Porter-Cable saws some thought, but there were conflicting Amazon reviews and it seemed like they all had problems, such as easily broken arbors and other failures. Despite never having heard of this brand, I decided to give it a try because it looked to have less documented problems. I've only had it for a short while, but so far it seems great. It has a solid build quality and excellent ergonomics. Although some people have expressed displeasure with the location of the safety switch, I have never had any trouble depressing it with my thumb when using the saw right-handed or my index/trigger finger when using it left-handed. Although slightly odd, left-handedness is not a major issue. This summer, I will be replacing a lot of decking, so as soon as I got the saw, I tested it out on some leftovers. It appears to be the perfect tool for this because it easily and cleanly cut 5/4" x 6" cedar deck planks. With my larger saw, I used a fast square as a guide, and the cut came out nice and straight. Given that it is much simpler to use with one hand, I believe I will use this more frequently than my standard circular saw going forward. One of these saws was given to another reviewer here with a rip guide that wasn't square. Hopefully, the one the other reviewer received was an outlier because mine is lovely and square. Although I want to put this saw through its paces in the upcoming weeks, I must admit that my early thoughts are very favorable. The shoe could only really be made a little bit more robust because it currently feels a little fragile and flexible, in my opinion. However, it appears to be functioning properly. This is a fantastic little tool all around!
Powerful 15-amp motor delivers 5,300-RPM for greater speed and faster cuts
Lightweight 6.95-lb design reduces fatigue
7-1/4-in carbide-tipped blade included. Spindle lock for easy blade changes.
Dust blower keeps line-of-cut free of sawdust for improved visibility.Anti-snag lower guard reduces snags when making narrow cut-offs
51? bevel capacity for a wide variety of cuts. Arbor size: 5/8 inches, cord length: 6 feet
I bought this saw to replace my Harbor Freight saw, and I'm glad I did thus far. So far, the Freud Diablo blade I'm using has made flawlessly straight and smooth cuts. Over the weekend, I cut melamine sheets numerous times without experiencing any problems.Since I mounted this saw onto a Kreg Rip Cut Jig and the saw and rip jig make a great pair, I can't comment on the laser because I don't use it. Now all I have to do is make the cut and set the rip jig to the proper length to finish.This link will take you to Amazon where you can get the jig: Kreg-KMA2675-Rip-Cut/dp/B007K5HIFS/ref=sr 1 1?ie=UTF8
Left-sided blade design for great cut-line visibility; grip with integrated safety trigger for comfort, balance, and control
Box includes 4-1/2” WORXSAW, 24T Carbide-tipped Blade, Parallel Guide, Vacuum Adapter, Allen Key, and Manufacturer’s 3-year warranty
Thin blade makes for less tool strain, resulting in full size circular saw cutting speed and performance.Blade Size 4.5 inches. No-Load Speed 3500/rpm
Cut 2x4's in a single pass with an easily maneuverable compact saw that weighs 50% less than a traditional 7-1/4" circular saw
Easy-set depth gauge lever and 0-45-degree bevel settings for quick adjustments. The WORXSAW is substantial enough to cut through nominal 2 inch lumber, yet light enough for the DIY'er to easily and comfortably maneuver. Cut wood, metal, tile or plastic with ease
I debated acquiring this saw for a while since I didn't want to be constrained and was concerned that I would later regret not getting a larger circular saw. My dad uses a Rockwell 4.5" circular saw, which is made by the same firm that sells Worx tools (Positec Tools), and he highly recommends it. He pushed me to try it out before making a choice. I was a little hesitant at first but decided to give it a shot because in the past I've used my battery-operated compact circular saws that worked okay for a short trim on thin plywood but wouldn't be up for my bookshelf project that I had in mind.When I used the Rockwell saw, I discovered that it had sufficient power to crosscut 6–10” boards with ease and could easily rip through a sheet of 3/4” plywood. Its smaller size also made it easier to use. I decided that this was enough of a saw for me and that I would try the Worx saw instead because I had purchased it on sale for around $30 less than the Rockwell.When it first came, I used the provided rip fence to make rips on entire sheets of 3/4" plywood. Without pausing, it tore through the wood, and the supplied blade produced precise cuts with little tear out. The grip was not tough for me to use because I have large hands, but if you have tiny hands, it might be a problem because of its wider diameter. I appreciate where the safety is located; I simply flip it back to prepare the saw before using my pinky finger to grip the power switch to turn it on. The cut matches the mark on the shoe as it should because the saw is precise. Both the markers and the depth of cut are easily adjustable. It wasn't essential to stop and look for another tool because the rip fence was simple to use and could be adjusted using the same allen wrench that is retained on the cable. I'm not sure how long this artwork will last. The plastic component that goes along the material's edge appears to be fastened to the metal bar by a melted plastic rivet of some kind. In either case, it seems to be a fairly typical size, so if necessary, an aftermarket rip fence might be used in its place.The instrument seems to be well-made and to be an excellent value, especially given the affordable price. Is this gadget professional grade? That depends. I've known professionals who take good care of their tools and can make even the cheapest lightweight tool last years, and I've also known professionals who view trying to break a tool as almost a challenge. I take good care of my tools and very rarely drop one on the ground or subject one to severe abuse. This saw looks to be sturdy enough that it would probably survive just fine if it fell off my workbench. The gray plastic blade shroud is not metal, as I initially believed it to be based on the images. A hand-held circular saw is the wrong tool if a very high degree of accuracy is required. The shoe is a stamped metal unit with a small amount of play in the tilt/depth of cut mechanism. The safety switch worries me; I can see it snapping off if the saw falls on it. So, it might be a cause for concern.I'll mention the suction port and draw comparisons between it and the Rockwell saw to conclude my review. This is a good feature that is uncommon in saws of this kind. The majority of the time, I don't bother with it, but when I use my shop vac to connect to it via a neck down adapter while working indoors and want to limit mess, this does a wonderful job of capturing the majority of the sawdust produced from a cut. With the large hose on the side, it is a little bit more problematic, but I will almost certainly acquire a smaller extension hose in the future, which will make it easier.The structure of this saw and the Rockwell 4.5" saw is where I find the biggest variances. These instruments are both created by the same manufacturer, as I just explained, so it makes sense that they are comparable. While the Worx utilizes what appears to be a very strong plastic, the Rockwell uses metal for its blade shroud, which I believe to be cast aluminum. I couldn't say which would withstand abuse better; the metal might, but it could also break, as opposed to the plastic, which might slightly flex and withstand a drop. The Rockwell has an additional amp of power, but when cutting 3/4-inch plywood, I saw no difference between the two; they both worked similarly. I find the grip and safety on the Rockwell a little uncomfortable to use because I have to use my thumb to hit the safety and get my hand wrapped around it for the trigger. The grips are different, and I personally like the Worx a little bit more. The Worx safety switch should be placed in front of the trigger button, in my opinion. Apart from this, I don't really see a difference between the two saws; to me, their functions are the same.Overall, I'm satisfied with my purchase because this saw is adequate for DIY chores around the house.
【DURABLE AND POWERFUL MOTOR】: Featured with a 4 Amps copper motor, the compact circular saw can reach a high cutting speed of 4500RPM to cut tile, wood, plastics, plaster board, PVC with ease. Heavy gauge iron wraparound base and aluminum upper cover adds extra durability and safety.
【PACKAGE CONTENTS】 1 * Compact Circular Saw; 1 * 30T Saw Blade; 1 * 36T Saw Blade; 1 * Diamond Blade; 1 * Hex Wrench; 1 * Scale Ruler; 1* Dust Exhaust Pipe；2 * Cells for Laser Guide; 1 * User Manual.
【3 BLADES AND COMPACT】: Comes with 1x30T HW for wood cuts/ 1x36T HS for metal cuts/ 1pcs grit diamond blade for tile cuts, small size and weight also make it a good addition to your toolkit, great for DIY projects around the house and your workshop. (1"for Wood; 3/8"for Tile; 3/16"for Aluminum)
【PRECISE AND ADJUSTABLE CUTTING DEPTH】: With the laser guide, the mini circular saw keeps the cutting on a straight line. Also the parallel guide attachment allows you to make a precise and quick cut with ease. Easy-set depth gauge lever for adjustable cutting depth from 0-25mm(1’’).
【ERGNOMIC AND SAFE】: The soft rubber handle reduces hand fatigue effectively. Also with a dust port and the saw dust pipe, you can connect it to your vacuum to maintain a clean working environment. The double protection switch enhances safety in use.
This makes me very happy. I recently cut some plywood and oak for experimentation, and I was astonished by how straight and clean the cut was. It looks light enough, and I enjoy how it is carried in the hand. My viewpoint might not make much sense because I don't have a lot of expertise with chainsaws. My novice, however, believes that this is a good instrument and will be ideal for all types of work at home. The combat power is light enough to be readily handled with one hand and strong enough to dampen vibrations caused by the force of any blade's cutting action. Although the vacuum effect is excellent and this is highly useful for extended knife cutting, it is generally difficult to handle, very high value
Left-handed blade design provides remarkable cut-line visibility
Compact but powerful 5-amp electric motor, matching performance of full-size saws at 3,500 rpm
Slim, inline grip design provides great comfort, balance, and control; maneuverable for overhead cuts
At only 5 lbs., is 50% lighter than conventional 7-1/4” circular saws, cuts through 2x4s in a single pass
The saw’s maximum cutting depth at 90 degrees is 1-11/16” and its bevel capacity at 45 degrees is 1-1/8”.Arbor Size:3/8 inches
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Quickly cuts through all 2x material | no need to switch to a larger saw. The Genesis 4. 0 amp circular saw can handle 2x material!
Powerful 4. 0 amp motor | power through your next DIY project with the
Spindle lock for quick blade changes | safely and quickly change blades!
Includes: rip guide, wood-cutting blade, vacuum adaptor and Allen wrench. Everything you need to start your next DIY project in one convenient set!
Easy-to-use depth and bevel Controls | make beveled, rip, and cross cuts with ease!
I was really afraid when I made the decision to purchase this instrument. This is the first time I've ever cut my own drywall. When I connected it and put it together, I had so many visions of flying fingers in my head; yes, it was terrifying! I didn't give up though. I felt (a little) relieved as I started cutting in a piece of wood to practice and calibrate my hands because it is lightweight and simpler to work with. Now that I'm working on my own project, I'm not depending on my ex to stop over and lend a hand. AND I am confident that the Home Depot wood cutter is also content.
A 10-amp circular saw is a good choice for many woodworking and home improvement projects. It has enough power to handle most tasks, but is still relatively lightweight and easy to maneuver. You can find 10-amp circular saws at most hardware stores or online retailers.
A power circular saw is a handheld power tool that is used to make quick, clean cuts in a variety of materials.
The best all round electric saw is one that can be used for a variety of tasks. It should be able to cut through a variety of materials, including wood, metal, and plastic. It should also be lightweight and easy to handle.
There are a few things to consider when choosing the best circular saw for a beginner. The size of the saw and the blade are important to consider. The size of the saw should be comfortable for the user to handle. The blade should be the correct size for the material being cut. The saw should also have a guard to protect the user from the blade.
The best circular saw for cutting wood is the Makita 5377MG. It has a powerful 7.25-amp motor that can handle even the toughest cuts. The saw also has a blade guard and an adjustable bevel that makes it easy to use.
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