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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A HARDWARE firm faces paying out more than pounds 3,500 after a worker lost part of his thumb while using a circular saw.
Father-of-three Leslie Pilling died after a circular saw blade snapped and slashed his throat.
Ron Breakwell (49) pleaded guilty to failing to prevent access to the blade of a metal cutting circular saw on October 27 last year
Circular saw Circular saws make professionalquality straight cuts in manmade board and timber.
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I did not use the circular saw correctly," said Cllr Thompson, who is a Coulby Newham representative on the council.
For many years, there have been several users of saw blades who felt that the saw blade manufacturers have intentionally made a mystery of the specifications and principles which underlie the manufacture of circular saw blades.
Heavier tools, such as a circular saw or router, can be stored under the workbench surface on shelves or in drawers depending on their size.
The line is designed to meet or exceed most competitive industry benchmarks: The 18V circular saw boasts a top speed of 3000 rpm, with a large 6.
Prior Information Notice: Supply of cnc circular saw with multi-axis machining of stone.
SKIL Tools was founded in 1924 with the invention of its flagship tool SKILSAW, the first portable circular saw and pioneering the use of a worm drive and a die-cast aluminum motor housing.