Corded saws are part of every jobsite that involves framing, trim, or carpentry work. Our corded saw reviews include miter saws, circular saws, jig saws, and table saws. We also review other types of cutting saws like tile saws and metal cutting tools.
A saw always needs to be powerful, so we look for corded saws that cut without losing speed or power. More than that, however, a good saw will have plenty of cut capacity, and features that set it apart. That might be a rear fence with tall base support on a miter, or a great fence on a table saw.
Makita Optimizes Reciprocating Saw Specifically for Pallet Refurbishing Makita has taken their 15-amp reciprocating saw and re-engineered it specifically for pallet work. The addition of Continue Reading →