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JLMCDANIEL
Has anyone tried one of these
JLMCDANIEL
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True, but for a demolition saw, pole barn building or down on the farm saw at $157 it might be handy. Says it will cut wood, aluminum, and steel up to ΒΌ".
Jack

Sten
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Wonder if it cuts as good as it looks?? I have a Dewalt that I paid close to 200 beans for, used it for 3 months and the trigger on the thing crapped out so it's been sitting in my cellar for 5 years, I love the Dewalt Line of tools but am always willing to try something new.

A. Spruce
Re: Has anyone tried one of these
Sten wrote:

Wonder if it cuts as good as it looks?? I have a Dewalt that I paid close to 200 beans for, used it for 3 months and the trigger on the thing crapped out so it's been sitting in my cellar for 5 years, I love the Dewalt Line of tools but am always willing to try something new.

Switches are cheap and easy to replace. Contact your local Dewalt/Black and Decker dealer.

A. Spruce
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jkirk wrote:

that specific saw? or a wormdrive.

the idea of one blade for everything sounds pretty decent but i wouldnt trust it for finish cuts on stain grade wood

Being the curious sort, I went to check the price of the blades. If it can cut everything with one blade (doesn't seem possible to me ), then why do they offer 5 different blades for it? The blades are pretty similar to any other saw blade and all cost about the same as comparable blades. I don't know about you guys, but I've never been able to stop my Skil 66 worm drive. If it's primarily blade technology, then I'd be inclined to just buy a blade or two and try them out, unless they've got a proprietary arbor size.

Sten
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Good point on the Blades.

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