What is hypoid circular saw

Which is better hypoid circular saw or worm drive circular saw?

As a result, hypoid has better durability than the worm drive circular saw. Not to mention worm drive circular saw has more weight that the hypoid saw. During any heavy-duty task worm drive circular saw’s weight comes handy. Using hypoid is comfortable in a light working environment.

How did the hypoid circular saw get its name?

The name comes from its Hypoid gear structure. Hypoid gear’s axes are not parallel and non-intersecting. This gear is used when high rpm and torque are needed as it generally allows a 200:1 gear ratio. Hence the name is Hypoid saw.

Which is the best hypoid saw for home use?

The 5377MG seamlessly balances weight, Power, durability, and ease of use for optimum cutting performance. The Makita 7-1/4-Inch Magnesium Hypoid Saw features highly durable magnesium components and a powerful 15 AMP Makita-built industrial motor and hypoid gearing system for maximum power output.

What's the bevel capacity of a hypoid saw?

In addition, hypoid gears are sealed in an oil bath so they never need maintenance. The saw has a large cutting capacity (2-3/8 inches at 90°) with a maximum bevel capacity of 51.5° and positive stops at 22.5°, 45° and 51.5° for quick back-and-forth changes.

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