Cut-out saws make life easier on a lot of professionals in many industries (heating and cooling, plumbing, electrical, to name a few). Cut-out saws do just what you’d guess based on the name: cut things out. They can cut through many different materials, including aluminum, cardboard, foam, drywall, ceramic tile and wood, and can do so with better results on surrounding or thin materials than a reciprocating saw and a higher quality finish than a jigsaw.
These tools can get into tight spots and awkward positions and can handle flimsy materials as well as some metals. With different bits and jigs, you can use a cut-out saw to get you out of a number of difficult situations. AC versions of the tools give you sustained, consistent power as long as they’re plugged in, but aren’t quite as portable as their cordless counterparts.
Use our exclusive tool-comparison engine in the bar below to compare AC cut-out saws. Not sure if this is the right type of cut-out saw for you?, read our full article on how to choose a cut-out saw.
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