The motor is in line with the blade, delivering enough torque to carve up wet lumber or saw through concrete, which makes a worm drive ideal for framing or major renovation jobs.. As on most full-size worm–drive saws, the blade of this Skil HD77 sits to the motor's left â€” in easy view for right-handed users.
What are the pros/cons of a worm drive saw vs a regular circular saw? I have always used my B&D circa 1971 and never used a worm drive.
Built to last, this RIDGID's THRUCOOL Worm Drive Saw offers plenty of torque and power needed to cut through all grades of lumber with ease.
Circular saws that have worm drive gearing are popular choices in the West and the Midwest, according to Fine Homebuilder magazine. In the East, sidewinders .