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What can I expect from Milwaukee's Plunge Saw
Milwaukee has put a lot of time into this saw, they worked with end users to understand and develop the new model, tackling key problems with existing corded models. One of the key features is the pure power delivered by this machine, the 165mm blade will cut anything from ¼” Plywood to 2 ¼” thick hardwood such as solid oak, far outperforming many leading saws on the market with the ability to do the demanding cuts on a single pass over and over again. All of this whilst on the M18 cordless Fuel platform for true portability and freedom from cords.
Dust Extraction with the Milwaukee Plunge Saw
Another major thing Milwaukee has focused on with this plunge saw is dust collection, regardless of if you’re using the integrated dust bag, or an extraction system, the saw delivers over 90% dust collection of even the finest dust. This is music to anyone’s ears as it means less cleaning up when the job is done!
The Precision with Milwaukee Plunge Saws
The other major factor for the guys at Milwaukee is precision, these saws are designed to make the ‘money cuts’ the ones the client and everyone else is going to see. They designed the saw to be able to take with you on the go and deliver those precision cuts wherever you are.
What Milwaukee Plunge saw Accessories can I expect?
Milwaukee will be releasing a range of accessories to go with their plunge saws including:
3 New Guide Rails (780mm, 1.4m & 2.7m)
Clamps and connectors for the rails
5 New Blades (24T general purpose, 40T finish, 48T fine finish, 4T fibre cement, 52T laminate)
Carry bag that will fit all rails bar the longest rail
Replacement guide rail strips
And these accessories are really well thought out thanks to the field research, with even the guide rail strips having strengthened adhesive as users complained current strips often would come away with use.