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Rockwell BladeRunner X2 Portable Tabletop Saw w/ Blades & Accessories, New - Other $73 w/ Free Shipping And More

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rockwelltools via eBay [ebay.com] has Rockwell BladeRunner X2 Portable Tabletop Saw w/ Blades & Accessories, New - Other for $72.99 w/ Free Shipping. ($62.04 w/ POPUPSAVINGS)
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Are Rockwell and Worx the same company?
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Ive had my x2 for 2 yrs and rarely use it. I thought I could get some decent cuts on some smaller pieces without powering up my miter or table saw, but the cuts aren't any better than what I can manage with a jigsaw and a speed square. The versatility is its defining feature as it really doesn't do any single task great. Still it's a good deal considering I paid $99.
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Are Rockwell and Worx the same company?
Parent company is Positec. Not the same company.
Same as having Black & Decker and DeWalt under a parent company
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Parent company is Positec. Not the same company.
Same as having Black & Decker and DeWalt under a parent company
Not the same way. This machine is under both brands, but different colors.
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This little machine is very loud about 90db.
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This little machine is very loud about 90db.
Yes, it is. Louder then my table saw.
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I bought this the other day at Lowe's for $99 to do rip cuts for a luxury vinyl plank installation. While it's not going to win any precision awards, it's certainly a versatile little tool that is certainly worth buying, especially at this price.
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I was given one free because a friend was moving. I threw it away after using it twice. You're better off having a jig saw.
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Yes, it is. Louder then my table saw.
I am willing to pay more if Rockwell used a quieter motor.
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Ive had my x2 for 2 yrs and rarely use it. I thought I could get some decent cuts on some smaller pieces without powering up my miter or table saw, but the cuts aren't any better than what I can manage with a jigsaw and a speed square. The versatility is its defining feature as it really doesn't do any single task great. Still it's a good deal considering I paid $99.
Jigsaw cannot cut small pieces though.
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This saw isn't worth a shit. Unless you mount it on something immobile or very heavy, the damned saw will vibrate so much your cuts will look like Timmy made them. Loud as hell. Have had it for a year, used it once, cursed the manufacturer, put it in storage, and haven't considered it since until I saw this post. I wouldn't pay $5 for it.
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Jigsaw cannot cut small pieces though.
I'd agree but It really depends on your definition of 'small'. As I said earlier, the tools defining character is it's versatility. Even though it comes with a scroll blade, for smaller pieces needing detail, I think a scroll saw does a much better job detailing. Bandsaws will make cleaner cuts. And a disc/belt sander or router table would give you straighter edges.
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I'd agree but It really depends on your definition of 'small'. As I said earlier, the tools defining character is it's versatility. Even though it comes with a scroll blade, for smaller pieces needing detail, I think a scroll saw does a much better job detailing. Bandsaws will make cleaner cuts. And a disc/belt sander or router table would give you straighter edges.
For example to rip a 2" wide board. Table saw or band saw surely do a better job, but I believe people who choose to use this machine don't have those big brothers around.
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For example to rip a 2" wide board. Table saw or band saw surely do a better job, but I believe people who choose to use this machine don't have those big brothers around.
Actually that's quite easy to do with a jigsaw. I simply make a square jig and clamp it to the shoe of the jigsaw and run it lengthwise.
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