Working with a variety of materials like wood, concrete, and bricks becomes easier if you have perfect saws at your disposal.
â€¢ Circular Saws:
Circular saws are used for cutting wood and sheet materials. You can use an array of interchangeable blades with circular saws and cut materials of almost all varieties. The diameter of circular saws corresponds to its cutting capacity. The maximum cutting depth of these saws depends on the angle at which they are used.
â€¢ Jig Saws:
These are multi-purpose saws and are also known as sabre saws. A jigsaw has a blade similar to a reciprocating saw which goes forwards and backward like a handsaw. Jig saws can cut at angles up to 45 degrees. They are used for cutting wood and other sheet materials.
â€¢ Reciprocating Saws:
These saws the preferred choice in the construction industry for cutting through drywall, pipes, vinyl and aluminium siding. It usually uses the push and pull mechanism of the blade. These saws have minimal vibration and therefore are comfortable to use even for more extended periods.
â€¢ Table Saws:
They are also known as bench saws. These saws have a large work area coupled with the circular blade. They are known for making the most accurate cuts.
â€¢ Miter Saws:
They are popularly known as chop saws and can execute precise cuts in rapid succession. They are suitable for working with wood for framing and matching corners.
â€¢ Band Saws:
Band saws are used for making erratic but intricate cuts and are mostly portable, but some band saws have a floor type model as well.
â€¢ Tile Saws:
They are also known as masonry saws and are used for making cuts through porcelain and clay tiles.