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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During the manufacturing of circular saw blades, tensioning is the most important and advanced technological process in order to avoid the phenomenon mentioned above.
The ad was also condemned by a viewer on Twitter, who wrote: "I can't believe there was an ad for a circular saw in the middle of the Becky Watts documentary.
"We came up with the unique look when I found a six-foot circular saw blade down by the docks and the owner donated it on the condition we did something interesting with it.
At the Brooklyn Road property officers used the circular saw to cut through steel gates and a steel door.
Never rest circular saw blades on steel or cement surfaces.
Top Tip: I use a spirit level clamped down to both ends of my plywood when cutting big sheets with a circular saw. It acts as a guide, allowing you to cut quickly and safely and with more accuracy.
I want to buy a hand-held circular saw, but I'm confused by all the choices.
A JOINERY boss risked serious injury to himself and an employee after ignoring safety guidance and continuing to use an unguarded circular saw.
The Worx RevoSaw (TM) 1500W circular saw comes with a three-year warranty and costs pounds 122.98 from B&Q.
Waterjet has now replaced G's traditional method of trimming celery--the use of circular saw blades.
And one of the victims told the jury how, when he said he was going to tell his dad what had happened, Buricchi held the boy's arm next to a circular saw and threatened to saw it off.