DeWalt’s 60V Cut-Off Saw Gives You Versatile Cuts For cutting concrete, tile, and metal, a cut-off saw gives you the […]
Hilti DSH 600-22 Cut-Off Saw Kicks the Gas Habit It’s an exciting time in power tool development as more tools […]
The Milwaukee MX FUEL 14-inch cut-off saw has the same cutting capacity (5-inches) of a 14-inch gas power cutter. It […]
When we documented the best new Milwaukee tools from NPS19 (their annual media event), the Milwaukee M18 Fuel 9-inch cut-off […]
We use rebar to reinforce concrete because it makes an incredibly strong structure. I would call it “tough as nails,” […]
We’ve been talking metal cutting for the past six weeks and have seen an impressive array of options. This week […]
I had the recent pleasure of putting the Evolution EVO 380 Raptor steel cut off saw to the test while […]
DeWalt announced the launch of its new 14-inch Abrasive Chop Saw (model D28710), which has been designed to offer contractors power, durability, capacity, ease of use and portability. The D28710 is ideal for a variety of end users including steel stud framers, mechanical contractors and metal fabricators who require a high-performing, durable saw at a great value. The tool addresses common concerns contractors have including durability and power, cut capacity and weight. A 15 Amp, 4 HP motor provides power and overload protection, so you can cut through tough materials like cast iron pipe, angle iron, threaded rod, conduit and square tubing. Contributing to the toolâ€™s durability is a stamped base and bracket.
Milwaukee gave some more love to metal workers today when it debuted their new Milwaukee 14″ Abrasive Cut-Off Saw (6177-20). […]
Installing wood floors can be exhausting, back-breaking work and the tools needed to support the installation can be a pain to use. Typical wood flooring projects require a miter saw to cut planks to length and a table saw to cut them to width. When starting an installation project, users have to either haul both saws from the workshop or garage to their installation site, or they must run back and forth to make all of the cuts needed until the project is complete. Skil’s groundbreaking Flooring Saw saves time, energy and money by allowing users to make these cuts with just one tool.