cutoff saw

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Noun1.cutoff saw - handsaw that cuts at right angles to the grain (or major axis)cutoff saw - handsaw that cuts at right angles to the grain (or major axis)
carpenter's saw, hand saw, handsaw - a saw used with one hand for cutting wood
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Next, set the guide on your cutoff saw to the measured length and cut all your shafts.
Another property at 126 Southwest Cutoff saw its assessed valuation skyrocket from $196,200 to $1 million, for a whopping 433 percent increase, while another business at 182 Southwest Cutoff saw its assessed valuation jump 106 percent, from $347,600 to $717,500.
And for less than the cost of renting a doorjamb cutoff saw, I bought the flush guard attach ment (RotoZip X-SHIELD Flush Guard, $36).
Eagle also offers custom machining systems, material handling, vision scanning, controls, the Ripmaster optimizing fenceless ripsaw feeder, Talon optimizing cutoff saw, blower fans and hydraulic power units.
All told, the cart required over 20 separate pieces of pipe, square tubing, angle and flat iron, all of which had to be cut with a bench-mounted cutoff saw (1,800 watts at full load).
The crew then used a cutoff saw and a jackhammer to cut through the storm sewer and tie in the line.
Stone can also be scored along the cut line with a cutoff saw and then struck on the opposite side with a stone set to cleave.
The decision as to which type of cutoff saw to buy is often influenced by custom or habit.
After cooling, the ceramic mold is broken off, and the parts are removed with a cutoff saw. Next comes a full heat-treat/anneal cycle.