Bosch Circular Saws
We are interested to know about customer feedback regarding use of circular saws in Nigeria. So below we present two equally competitive, robust models and brands for customers and end users to evaluate.
Intro: The circular saw machine order wise known as the hand-held circular saw, has the capacity high power performance for faster cutting progress.
The hand-held circular saws GKS 190 and GKS 235 professional are products of Bosch; a German based manufacturing company for power tools and measuring tools. And the N5806, N5900B are produced by Makita Corporation based in Japan, which is also known for power tools manufacturing.
The Bosch GKS 190 has a comfortable handle position and left or right switching. Powerful and stable when cutting, a dust blower keeps the cut line clear and it also has a press button spindle lock to ensure quick and easy blade change. And it also available in 230V or 110V.
Specifications for GKS 190:
Max depth Cut@45 deg -50mm, Max Depth cut @ 90 deg -70mm, Net Weight 4.2kg, Power 1,400w 230v 1,250w 110v, Speed 5,500rmp, Blade Diameter 190mm.
GKS 235 Professional Optimised chip ejection system for cleaner material surface, Blower function for a dust free cutting surface.
Specifications for GKS 235:
No – Load Speed 5000rmp, weight without cable 7.6kg, saw blade bore 25mm, saw blade diameter 235mm, cutting depth 90 degree.
The Makita N5900B Corded Circular Saw is a powerhouse when it comes to ripping and cross-cutting a range of timbers, all thanks to its grunty 2000W motor with specially designed handle for ease of use. Clever design features also include a cutting window to give you a clear view of your line and blade, and an adjustable bevel angle up to 50 degrees.
Specifications of N5900B:
Powerful 2000w motor designed to handle all applications in soft and hard wood, Repositioned fan vent to blow the cutting line clean, ergonomically designed lever for adjustment of cutting depth. Bevel is adjustable up to 50 degrees.
Makita circular saw N5806 is an ideal tool for a precise rip and mitre cuts. With a maximum level of convenience and safety, they saw perfectly in solid wood, hard fibreboard, metal, plastic etc.
The vertical bandsaw blade is an endless narrow metal strip, with teeth along one edge, that runs around two large motorized pulleys or wheels that are mounted on a frame so that one is directly above the other. The blade passes through the table on which the work is laid. Blades are available with various sizes of teeth, and on most machines the blade speed can be varied to suit the material being cut.
Among the saws that are neither loops nor disks are three of the most common hand saws used by the carpenter: the ripsaw, the crosscut saw, and the backsaw. The first two have roughly triangular blades about 50 cm (20 inches) long, 10 cm (4 inches) wide at the handle, and tapering to about 5 cm (2 inches) at the opposite end.