Milwaukee recently introduced the newest addition to its M18 lineup with the Milwaukee M18 Fuel Metal-Cutting Circular Saw. Like its M18 siblings, the new metal-cutting saw features Milwaukee’s PowerState brushless motor, RedLithium battery, and RedLink Plus electronics which communicate to prevent overload and overheating. The saw is designed to cut a wide range of small […]
Since this year’s World of Concrete, Makita’s done a nice job of building the mystique of the forthcoming Makita 18V X2 Brushless Rear-Handle Circular Saw, which the company claims is the world’s first cordless rear-handle circular saw. It’s a 36V tool that runs on Makita’s 18V LXT platform, meaning it uses two Makita 18V batteries […]
DeWalt recently announced the new DeWalt XR 20V Max Compact Recip Saw optimized for use with forthcoming XR Reciprocating Saw Blades. It features a brushless motor, keyless 4-position blade clamp, variable speed trigger, LED worklight, and a design compact enough to fit between 16-inch on-center studs. From a performance standpoint, you’re looking at 2,900 strokes per minute covering […]
We had the opportunity to be one of the first to try the new Makita Rear-Handle Circular Saw (model number Makita XSR01) at World of Concrete back in January. The power is definitely impressive and while there some unknowns still running around (like price and exact specs), we can tell you it’s easily one of […]
It all started with a Facebook post and an email – but doesn’t the best stuff always start that way? We (well, everyone who happened to notice on Facebook anyway) got a sneak peak at the upcoming Hilti 22V Cordless Bandsaw. This will be showing up as model Hilti SB 4-A22 and will be available… […]
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The Makita XRJ06M 18V X2 LXT Brushless Recipro Saw won our recent cordless reciprocating saw shootout, but it wasn’t without competition – even from within the Makita brand itself. We took a look at the 18 volt model of their brushless Recipro Saw recently to compare some of the differences and what you should expect in […]
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Back in 1951, Milwaukee Tool invented the first electric hacksaw that would be able to saw through anything and hence named it the Sawzall. A lot has changed in the past 65 years, but the concept is still the same – use electrical power to move the blade back and forth quickly and replace the […]
In the past several months, Makita has released two new brushless reciprocating saws. The larger model is on their two-battery 18V X2 LXT platform and was the winner of our recent cordless reciprocating saw shootout. The subject of today’s review is its little brother – the Makita XRJ05 18V LXT Brushless Recipro Saw. The two […]
Next up in our look at DeWalt’s FlexVolt line of tools is the DeWalt FlexVolt 60V Max Reciprocating Saw. The reciprocating saw dates back to 1951 and has certainly come a long way since its original designers first envisioned a powered hacksaw. Blade technology has reached the point where the reciprocating saw is now considered […]
Back in 1922, Raymond DeWalt developed the radial arm saw as a powered circular saw that could slide for cutting larger stock. It wasn’t until the 1970s that we got the rotating table and the miter saw as we know it really began to take shape. When I first saw the Festool HK 55 Carpentry […]