Learn how a circular saw works, the different types of blades and how best to use it.
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The circular blade rotates to cut accurate, straight lines. Depending on the blade, it can cut wood, sheet metal, framing, concrete and masonry. The blade’s radius dictates the depth of cut possible. Blades are not changed often — a multipurpose blade can usually handle most cutting requirements.
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