Dremel Brings Out New Saw-Max for Straight, Plunge and Flush Cuts
posted on December 1, 2011 by Woodworker's Journal
Dremel's Saw-Max Making a Cut Dremel's Saw-Max is a powerful little tool that cuts through almost anything, but takes up little shop space.

Weighing in at one third the weight and size of a traditional circular power saw, the Dremel Saw-Max is a new option for cutting wood. It features a system of compact cutting wheels that are quick to change out for the options of making straight, plunge or flush cuts up to 3/4" deep through wood, plastic, laminates, and drywall, as well as sheet metal and tiles. You can use the Dremel Saw-Max with one hand, handy for working in tight spaces. It has a dust extraction port and trigger lock-out and a variable depth guide that maximizes the 17,000 rpm speed of cut. Suggested retail price for the Saw-Max was $129.99 as of 2011.

posted on December 1, 2011 by Woodworker's Journal
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