A plunge saw is a type of circular saw which usually houses its blade inside a solid metal blade guard to the right of the trigger on a spring-mounted system. Plunge Saw is that which is used when cutting out a worktop for sinks or hobs. its Best is a Soft start function for smooth start-ups.
Makita DSP600ZJ 36V LXT Brushless 165mm Plunge Saw Body with Makpac Case. In combination with the Makita guide rail system, the Makita DSP600 Twin 18v (36v) LXT Brushless 165 mm (6 1/2) “Plunge Circular Saw delivers precise and accurate cutting. BL Brushless Motor, developed by Makita, offers 6,300 RPM for maximum performance and 50 percent longer run-time per charge.
- Electric brake
- Variable speed control dial.
- Soft start
- Brushless motor
- Depth stopper for splinter-free cutting
- Bevels -1 to 48 degrees
- Positive stop for bevel adjustment
- Compatible with Guide Rail
Plunge Saw Vs Traditional Circular Saw
The plunge saw has become a standard power tool for use both at the factory and on-site for many trade professionals that we get through our doors. We still get asked, however, “what is the difference between a plunge saw and a circular saw? I have written this blog to highlight the fundamental differences between a circular saw and a plunge saw and explain why the plunge saw is often a better option.
Powertool Circular Saws is that Which is Used as a Toothed or Abrasive Disc or Blade to Cut. Different Materials Using a Rotary Motion Spinning Around an Arbor. Is A Tool For Cutting Much Material Such as Wood, Plastic or Metal. Circular Saws Powered by Electricity. It is a Lightweight Design, Portability, and High Performance. The drawbacks to a circular saw however are:
Plunge Saw is that which is used when cutting out a worktop for sinks or hobs. its Best is a Soft start function for smooth start-ups. It is an easy-to-set depth adjustment with a large scale. It also provides a Brushless motor, depth stopper for splinter-free cutting, Positive stop for bevel adjustment and compatibility with a guide rail. A plunge saw has a different design which removes the need for a conventional retractable blade guard, as the blade is enclosed within the machine. This ensures multiple benefits versus the traditional circular saw including:
- The blade can be plunged at any point into the material you are cutting.