Category: Cutting Tools
Electricians are no stranger to using various methods to cut conduit and tubing. Most of the time we use a sawzall or a bandsaw to cut hard conduit, and a ratcheting pvc cutter for pvc conduit. Many of us have a sly trick up our sleeve when it comes to those “tight” instances where you can’t fit any of these tools in a confined space – introducing the Husky Quick-Release Tube Cutter.
TOOL REVIEW – MILWAUKEE 6 in. 7 TPI Torch Carbide Teeth Metal Cutting SAWZALL Reciprocating Saw Blade
I’ve been a long-time user of carbide reciprocating-saw blades as I do a lot of metal cutting. Electricians rely on good carbide blades when cutting EMT, IMC, and Rigid Metal Conduit as well as Uni-strut and a whole host of other metal materials. How does THE TORCH stack up? Let’s take a look.
I’ve got to be honest here. When I first saw this little saw I rolled my eyes and thought “pffff, what is this little turd of a tool?” Seriously, I judged a book by its cover. Boy do I regret that. I felt like an asshat after using it and finding out that it’s pretty much one of the coolest little tools on my truck.
Dewalt has a wide selection of 3-tool combination kits you can get from the online store. Some of them include a drill, an impact driver, a Sawzall. Others are a drill, impact driver and circular saw. The one I was sent is a standard drill, a standard impact driver, and an XR oscillating tool. Let’s dive in.