Twin-blade circular saws can cut through almost any material (wood, plastic, copper, aluminum, stainless steel) using the same blades. With two adjacent blades - one cutting upward like a conventional circular saw and the other cutting downward - there’s no jerking or kickback that may be found with other circular saws or grinders.
Because the two blades spin in opposite directions, one can cut forward or backward with a twin blade circular saw. Plunge cutting can also be done without any pulling or binding. Some professionals refer to cuts made with this saw as melting through the material rather than cutting it.
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