Probably the most common saw found in Australian homes, the circular saw is enduringly popular for its ability to cut pieces of wood to size. Use it to slice neatly through MDF, plywood, kitchen benchtops and decking – and slash the time spent preparing for your next timber construction, whatever it may be.
Depending on how precise you want your cuts to be, you can use a circular saw freehand or mounted in a saw table. Either way, they are known for their precision, and will produce straight cuts in your timber time and time again.
These days, you can fit different blades to your circular saw to cut through bricks and concrete, too.