Oct 06 , 2018

Circular Saw Cutting Guide

Man using the Skilsaw sawsquatch to make a rip | Construction Pro Tips
Photo courtesy of SKILSAW

Get a bigger saw for deeper cuts

Cut—flip—cut again. That’s how you have to cut a thick post or beam with a regular circular saw. Maybe the cuts line up, maybe they don’t. With the new 10-1/4-in. worm-drive saw from Skilsaw, you can cut through thick materials in one clean pass. The saw has a cutting capacity of 3-11/16 in., and it weighs only 16.45 lbs. (less than some 7-1/4-in. worm drive saws). The motor is powerful enough to plow through the toughest laminated veneer lumber. This beast of a saw is called “the Sawsquatch”.

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