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I'll have to strongly disagree that this is useless. I have the original sawmax and although it will never replace a circular saw or other tools in this category, it certainly shines in a few areas. Cutting intricate angles that you need to be on top of to get correct with flooring (vinyl or laminate) . Great for cutting plastics or vinyl. Every tool has areas they excel, this is no exception.

As for the drywall guy above, yes I would NOT cut drywall with this. Yes it'll work but only if you want to cover everything in dust. Hand cut drywall with a razor. I'd use a oscillating tool for outlets or similar needs.

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You're crazy if you use an angle grinder for cutting up drywall. That will make a huge dust cloud. They would be MUCH better off with a vibrating multi-tool.
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Drywall is a soft material cutting it with a wall board saw is not difficult or inefficient. Most pro drywallers do not use any powertools to cut drywall
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I have it, a nice saw. Though, this price is high.
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I have it, a nice saw. Though, this price is high.
Good for bones!
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Good timing. I got a project coming up to cut some drywall already hung. Hoping this will be easy to use and save some time. Best price according to CCC.
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Good timing. I got a project coming up to cut some drywall already hung. Hoping this will be easy to use and save some time. Best price according to CCC.
It is too powerful for drywall and its blade might not extend much. This is much more useful https://www.harborfreight.com/6-a...62370.html
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It is too powerful for drywall and its blade might not extend much. This is much more useful https://www.harborfreight.com/6-a...62370.html [harborfreight.com]
That's a completely different tool for different uses lol
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Good timing. I got a project coming up to cut some drywall already hung. Hoping this will be easy to use and save some time. Best price according to CCC.
You are better off with a $60 dewalt angle grinder from Home Depot. This tool is useless imo. It's basically a smaller angle grinder with limited functionality.
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LOVE mine, goes anywhere(with electric) and blade is big enough to cut .75 OSB. I have used it for roofing,siding and a host of projects, well worth it. we just bought new blades for it!
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You are better off with a $60 dewalt angle grinder from Home Depot. This tool is useless imo. It's basically a smaller angle grinder with limited functionality.
I have both and agree with Ruslan09..,this is good for very very basic DIY work
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You are better off with a $60 dewalt angle grinder from Home Depot. This tool is useless imo. It's basically a smaller angle grinder with limited functionality.
I'll have to strongly disagree that this is useless. I have the original sawmax and although it will never replace a circular saw or other tools in this category, it certainly shines in a few areas. Cutting intricate angles that you need to be on top of to get correct with flooring (vinyl or laminate) . Great for cutting plastics or vinyl. Every tool has areas they excel, this is no exception.

As for the drywall guy above, yes I would NOT cut drywall with this. Yes it'll work but only if you want to cover everything in dust. Hand cut drywall with a razor. I'd use a oscillating tool for outlets or similar needs.

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You are better off with a $60 dewalt angle grinder from Home Depot. This tool is useless imo. It's basically a smaller angle grinder with limited functionality.
You're crazy if you use an angle grinder for cutting up drywall. That will make a huge dust cloud. They would be MUCH better off with a vibrating multi-tool.
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It is too powerful for drywall and its blade might not extend much. This is much more useful https://www.harborfreight.com/6-a...62370.html
I think you are confused, this is perfect for drywall, you can adjust depth so you don't cut a stud/cable/pipe, and it goes up to 3/4", drywall is 1/2 or 5/8" typical. Just use a vacuum to prevent a mess
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I use a $3 handsaw for cutting drywall.
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