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  1. #51
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    Re: Dry cut saws recommendations

    I stumbled on this thread as I was looking to purchase a dry cut saw. After reading it, i have ordered the Makita LC1230. We will see how it goes.

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    Re: Dry cut saws recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by kize View Post
    I stumbled on this thread as I was looking to purchase a dry cut saw. After reading it, i have ordered the Makita LC1230. We will see how it goes.
    I have the Makita LC1230. Good saw. Support your work well, preferably on both sides of the blade if you can. It doesn't like thick metal at all, remember that you could ruin a $60 blade in seconds, so take it easy when cutting.


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  3. #53
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    Re: Dry cut saws recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by precivilization View Post
    I have the Makita LC1230. Good saw. Support your work well, preferably on both sides of the blade if you can. It doesn't like thick metal at all, remember that you could ruin a $60 blade in seconds, so take it easy when cutting.


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    Good to hear. I have a band saw for the thick stuff. And Ive been using an abrasive saw for the thin stuff- Just don't like the huge mess and uneven cuts it creates.

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    Re: Dry cut saws recommendations

    Love my Fein/Slugger 14”. Haven’t touched the abrasive chop saw since I got it and I’m using it a lot more than the Wells bandsaw but happy to have both.

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