circular saw

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circular saw

a power-driven saw in which a circular disc with a toothed edge is rotated at high speed

circular saw

[′sər·kyə·lər ′sȯ]
(mechanical engineering)
Any of several power tools for cutting wood or metal, having a thin steel disk with a toothed edge that rotates on a spindle.

circular saw

circular saw
A power-operated saw in the form of a circular steel blade with teeth along the perimeter. Also see table saw.
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Chervon said it aims to provide resources to expand the Skil and SkilSaw brand with a focus on professional cutting, leveraging worm drive technology.
In 1924, Edmond Michel invented the first electric handsaw, later made by Skilsaw.
Michel left the company in 1926 and the company was renamed Skilsaw, Inc.
27 February 2017 - Chicago, US-based power tool, outdoor power equipment manufacturer Chervon has acquired power tool brands Skil and SkilSaw from Ill.
After more than seven decades, the Skilsaw is recognized as one of the tools that has had the greatest impact on residential construction in America.
In celebration of the 77th anniversary of this American original, Skil has created a limited anniversary edition Skilsaw model 77 worm drive circular saw.
House carpenters use Skilsaws, leaving the high-priced versions for hobbiests with more money than experience.