Chop saws, also known as abrasive saws or cut-off saws, give people on job sites the freedom to make cuts on site rather than have to use stationary saws in a shop.
These saws use abrasive discs to cut steel and other metals, as well as masonry products like bricks and pavers, which are mounted to the base. The cutting disc is attached to an arm controlled by the user. Being able to have metal-cutting abilities on site saves a lot of time, especially over the course of an entire job.
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