A circular saw is one of the most universally useful power tools on the market today. Whether you are an experienced crafter, a weekend warrior, or simply just a regular do-it-yourself-er, a circular saw can be an exponentially helpful tool to get on-hand. These saws are generally lightweight and portable and deliver smooth cutting and cutting solutions nearly everywhere you may encounter something which requires a spinning blade. It is just for this universality, and some capabilities, that make Dewalt's new DCS391L1 20V MAX compact, cordless, 6-1/2" circular saw this type of intriguing tool.

You should never forget to disconnect your chop saw from the outlet before changing the blade. Then remove the arm lock pin by pushing down the arm. You should enhance the arm with the chop saw until it's fully open. The arm is usually spring loaded and you ought to not release it suddenly. This can lead to damage of the arm if you are not careful.

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The circular saw also features a beautifully powerful motor. With 460 MWO and 3,700 RPM, the motor produces intense power and speed allowing operators to take part in demanding applications with both ease and confidence. The saw is also outfitted with a high-strength, lightweight magnesium shoe which provides both durability around the jobsite and reliable, long-term cutting accuracy. The circ saw supplies a bevel capacity of 0 - 50-degrees for aggressive bevel cutting in a variety of positions and applications, and with a depth of cut of 2-1/4" at 90-degrees and 1-5/8" at 45-degrees, the tool offers comprehensive functionality.

The sidewinder, that is perhaps the most common way of the circular saw, is made up of high handle using the blade positioned on the saw's right side. They are usually less expensive and lighter and tend to be capable of spin faster compared to worm-drive. Most tradesmen feel that sidewinders certainly are a better option compared to the worm-drive.

For an inexpensive yet reliable product, be on the lookout for your Hitachi cordless circular saw C18DLP4 that only costs $99. Weighing only 9 circular saw reviews lbs which has a left-mounted 6 1/2" blade, a soft elastomer grip (for greater comfort), a built-in spotlight (for better visibility) and a fan-cooled motor (designed to extend running time) this saw is exceptional to the price about it.