Have seen that 'Dual-saw' advertised on TV.
Lots of questions!
May be worm drive?
Seems expensive, for what it is, (around $180) as advertised on TV?
Main advantage might be the lack of 'kick back' in certain cutting
BTW what about that 'undercutting' reciprocating gadget; enables one
to cut close to floor or to cut apertures into, say a wall, etc. Looks
like be OK if one was doing flooring? But how robust?
Comments on either/both welcomed. TIA terry
Never used one, so I can't comment. Search this newsgroup - there was
a discussion about them not that long ago.
Depends on the unit you buy. I have a Fein MultiMaster, the original
manufacturer, and you'd have to pry it out of my cold dead heads.
It's an amazingly useful tool.
Fein's patent expired and there are a bunch of knockoffs out there.
All the way from the el cheapo Harbor Freight, which is single speed
and costs ~$40, on up. The consumable prices have come way down. The
Fein blades are expensive, but the knockoff blades fit - same
situation, HF really cheap, but I usually go with the Bosch blades.
local (well as least as "local" as we get :) ) did one of there "Does It
Work" segments just this past week. Couple of guys did give it "thumbs
up" for the metal-cutting but not-so-hot for wood. A 2" chunk of oak
bogged it down entirely while it cut through bar and channel as well as
expanded mesh, etc., w/ ease...
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