Saws make cuts into your project pieces with powerful blades. A variety of features and optional accessories enhance your tool's output, safety, comfort and range of cutting materials.
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Miter saws feature multi-angle cutting for DIY woodworking or industrial production work. Their blades lock into position at whichever angle you need for greater precision. Band saws come in several variant models, including vertical for detail work and horizontal for speed. Their flexible blades and high speed make them ideal for metal cuts, especially pipe and tubing. The banded nature of the blades means that the entire cutting surface gets exposed to the piece and extends the life of the blade.

Chop saws make cuts in metal and concrete at mitered angles. They differ from other stationary circular saws because they use abrasive blades that resemble grinder discs. Portable versions, called cut-off saws take this performance out of your workshop and onto the jobsite. These portable models use rigid guards to maintain an exact depth when you cut into concrete for high-precision work.

Table saws are stationary, and provide more power than their portable counterparts. While they may not go out to the jobsite with you, they have stability that makes it easier for you to cut exact straight lines. The stability also acts as a safety measure to reduce accidents in your workshop. Gauges, stops, lasers and any other measurement features let you perform repeatable cuts for multiple pieces in the same project.

Bench saws offer exceptional power and speed. They save time and give more precise results compared to hand tools. Review the various models and their comfort, safety and performance features to make your selection, then stock your workshop with the very best performance that Acme Tools offers to cover all your cutting needs.
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