What is corded circular saw

What can a circular saw be used for?

Circular saws are power tools that can be used to cut a wide variety of materials, from wood and plastic to masonry, and even metal. Circular saws, however, are mostly used for cutting ply-wood, flooring, and framing timber. Handheld circular saws come in corded and cordless varieties.

What's the depth of a corded circular saw?

This lightweight saw comes with an electric brake, so you don’t have to worry about stopping the blade when your work is done. It has a bevel capacity of 57 degrees, and two bevel stops at 22.5 and 45 degrees. With its 7-1/4-inch blade diameter, you can do the 2.55-inch depth of cut at 90 degrees and 1.9-inch depth of cut at 45 degrees.

Which is the best Corded circular saw motor?

With the 5007Mg, the motor is exclusively designed by Makita and contains a coil of wire which is looped and welded to the copper commutator, providing an enhanced performance when cutting, and perfectly durable for your on-site needs.

What kind of worm drive does SKILSAW circular saw use?

If you’re using a corded 10-1/4″ circular saw for bigger cuts, the Skilsaw 10-1/4″ cordless worm drive is right up your alley. It uses Skilsaw’s 48V TrueHVL as a power source and marks its latest expansion into the cordless market. The obvious advantage for this model over Skilsaw’s 7-1/4″ cordless worm drive is cutting depth.

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