Questions about: circular-saw

I'm looking for a saw to complete my fencing project. I was using a circular saw to cut the fence rails but it went for a walk, if you know what I mean. I'm now wondering if a jigsaw would be a worth getting instead of another circular saw because I
by user327716 Last Updated March 02, 2016 04:09 AM Okay, so I got a a circular saw from the family for Christmas for my burgeoning woodworking hobby, and I've been using it a light amount. It went out the other day while cutting some 1x4. I had a lit
I just tore down my backyard shed. All that is left is the base/floor, which is plywood. Basically, I want it in small pieces so I can bag it for disposal
I'm on a farm, and I'm a little person learning to do big work. I was having so much trouble controlling a direct drive circular saw due to the gyroscopic twist when starting it up, my "adopted brother" found me this wonderful worm drive Skilsaw. It'
This Old House general contractor Tom Silva shows the correct, safe way to install a new blade on your portable circular saw Steps: 1 Unplug the saw's power cord from the electrical outlet or extension cord. Or, remove the battery if it's a cordless
Learn the basic types and uses for circular saw blades. They range in blade composition, number of teeth (cutting bits or surfaces), the amount of set (the width of the kerf removed by the blade), and the blade quality. http://pad1
It's typically fairly simple to remove the bolt holding the blade in place on a Craftsman riding lawn mower -- unless, of course, that bolt is stuck. The blade on Craftsman models, sold by Sears, Roebuck and Co. , is held in place with just one bolt
I'd like to build a ramp for a lawn mower that is in the basement. The only way out is a set of stairs with a very little space to turn to them (that's why the ramp doesn't extend all the way to the ground). It'd be temporary placed over the stairs o
This Old House general contractor Tom Silva shows the correct, safe way to install a new blade on your portable circular saw Steps: 1 Unplug the saw's power cord from the electrical outlet or extension cord. Or, remove the battery if it's a cordless