Circular Saw Uses
Circular saws can be really useful to have in your shop whether your using it for residential applications, or industrial ones. Most professionals use a circular saw specifically for four main cuts. These four specialized cuts are the smooth right angle bevel cut, the smooth angle cut, the rough compound angle cut, or the rough beveled rip. Circular saws come with an assortment of blade options designed to help you finish your job with premium efficiency. Some of these blades are; The TCT blade for tough hardwoods, composite, and plywood. Whereas, the Abrasive blade is used for cutting concrete, metal, and any other synthetically binding material. Finally, tempered alloy blades will cut through roofing metal, aluminum, copper, and brass tubing.
A Lightweight Saw that Delivers
If your looking to make your cuts at the professional level, then look no further than the Porter Cable PC15TCSMK 15 Amp Tradesman Circular Saw. The Tradesman Circular Saw comes with a 24T carbide tipped thin kerf framing blade, a rip fence, a wrench, and a kit box.
Sporting a heavy-duty 15 amp motor this circular saw delivers non stop torque power straight through to the end of the toughest of jobs. Weighing in at 9.5 pounds, this lightweight saw reduces the operator’s fatigue & improves the users handling. The 55 degree bevel cut capacity which stops at 22.5 degrees and 45 degrees, provides you with a quick and accurate bevel adjustment. The cast magnesium shoe, with an optimum line of sight, is included with this saw and is made to be accurate even with it’s lightweight construction. The outside of the circular saw has a mounted “depth of cut” lever which is easy to reach even when your wearing gloves. The cast bevel and depth cut lever are both engineered to provide a larger grabbing surface for the operator and is made of a durable long lasting material. Lastly, the 10 foot high-grade cord easily reaches past a 4″ x 8″ sheet of material, and is impervious to inclement weather.