Cuts Faster and Weighs
up to 40% less than corded saws while
delivering up to 300 cuts per charge.
Utilizing a POWERSTATE™ brushless
motor the M18 CCS66- cuts faster
than corded counterparts.
A circular saw is a power-saw
using a toothed or abrasive disc
or blade to cut different materials
using a rotary motion spinning
around an arbor. A hole saw and
ring saw also use a rotary motion
but are different from a circular saw.
Circular saws may also be loosely
used for the blade itself.
Circular saws are a type of
power tool designed to cut
through wood and other construction
materials. They feature a sharp circular
blade which rotates at speed to create
cross cuts and rip cuts and are available
in a few different sizes determined by the
size of blade they accept.
There are blades designed
for ripping lumber, crosscutting
lumber, cutting veneered plywood
and panels, cutting laminates and
plastics, cutting melamine,
and cutting aluminum.
There are also general purpose
and combination blades
designed to work well in
two or more types of cut.
With a 13-amp motor
and 20 tooth carbide-tipped
blade, this saw is ready for any job.
With a 2-7/16 in. depth of cut at 0
degrees, 1-7/8 in. depth of cut at
45 degrees and 1-11/16 in.
A saw is a tool that's used
to cut wood. It can be a hand
tool or a power tool, and it usually
has either a blade or a disk with a
jagged cutting edge. The verb saw
means to cut through wood or another
material using a saw or other tool.
A saw is a tool consisting of
a tough blade, wire, or
chain with a hard toothed
the preferred material for saw blades of all kind.
A saw is a tool consisting of a
tough blade, wire, or chain
with a hard toothed edge used
to cut through material.
Various terms are used to
describe toothed and abrasive
saws. Saws began as
and when mankind
learned how to use iron,
it became the preferred
material for saw blades of all kind.
Circular saws are categorized
by the diameter of the blade they take
. The most common
and useful size for DIYers is 7
1/4 inches. Saws this size will
cut through material more than
3-inches thick, and they also
offer the widest variety of blade
choices for cutting substances
other than wood.