Hey every one !!
I'm looking for a multi-cut saw. I found 3 options:
a) Ridgid 614 (not in US but ok for Brazil)
b) Makita LC1230
c) DeWALT DW 872
No pic for RIDGID (site was down...)
[ 04-11-2004, 07:54 AM: Message edited by: Ari ]
It's there but it's a little hard to find. For some reason they put it with the "Pipe Threading Tools" equipment. :confused:
[ 04-11-2004, 11:14 AM: Message edited by: Badger Dave ]
Hey Dave !!
Thanks once again!
What do think about "dry cut" compared with Abrasive CUT-OFF? Is there any advantage that justifies the investment?
You have me at a disadvantage. I know absolutely nothing about the Ridgid machine. Hopefully, someone can answer your question.
When cutting metal with an Abrasive CUT-OFF saw there a lot of sparks. Wich will cover everything in dust.
Ditto Andy !! Thanks guys !! I will look for the tools and let you guys know.
I have the Dewalt. Five major reasons to spend the extra money on one of these are:
1> No sparks!
2> No heat build-up on cut, you can handle the cut peices right away.
3> Quality of cut - very clean
4> No dust from cut-off wheel
5> Fast cutting
Thanks Julian Tracy !!
I'm trying to avoid fights with my wife about dust... She is the boss but I don't know who voted her for President at home... :D
The other reasons (no sparks, temp etc) are also my decision factor.
Thanks for your help !!