04 Sep. 2009|
Tool for cutting wood flush,plantation patio furniture parts,general planer blades,wood carving tools knife - Within Minutes
RotoZip is on the verge of releasing something called the ZipSaw which seems to walk the line between a 'grinder' and, well, a 'grinder.' It looks like a good one-stop tool for a tile installer, but it's likely that anyone could find plenty for it to do. It really is just a grinder with a slightly modified body shape, optimized for cutting rather than grinding.
When equipped with a RotoZip XWheel, the ZipSaw is capable of a flush cut, which is a nice feature. Using input from remodelers and tile installers, RotoZip optimized the ergonomics for cutting rather than grinding.
Unlike single-purpose tools, the new ZipSaw is outfitted to handle multiple applications, making it a quick solution to challenging installation and tile projects. Other features of the new ZipSaw include: a slide switch with lock-on, replaceable motor brushes and a removable flush-cut guard with quick-adjust.
This Faithfull saw blade has a broad range of applications with side set, hardened teeth, for fine straight cutting in soft wood, plastics, plasterboard, plastic pipes and similar materials.
Because there are XWheels available that can cut metal, tile, and wood, this looks like the ZipSaw could be good tool to have around, especially for a bathroom or kitchen remodel. Although the ZipSaw features a 7-amp grinder motor and drivetrain, it is specially designed for cut-offs. For example, installing new flooring often entails adjusting the height of existing baseboards or doorjambs. It can be a slow and messy process, but with the ZipSaw tool and a tile XWHEEL accessory, users can make cuts as they're needed, quickly and accurately. It has the same detachable side handle as a grinder and the same power (7amps - there are plenty of grinders that get up into the 12-13 amp range, but they're built for hours of metal grinding, not tile work like this tool). For superior control, the ZipSaw's slim, ergonomically designed body features a front grip area and side-assist handle.
The ZipSaw system allows users to simply flush cut them in place, instead of removing them and repositioning them.
We've never had any issues with our RotoZip and in fact, we're constantly impressed with its durability, which gives us high hopes for the ZipSaw.
1, 2010) - Recognizing the limitations of typical flush-cut saws and angle grinders, RotoZip® combined their best features to create a more powerful, purpose-built cut-off saw. A soft grip helps to ensure user comfort while built-in dust collection reduces airborne debris for a cleaner work area and improved visibility.
Whether making tile cutouts for toilet flanges and drains, or flush cuts in baseboard and doorjambs, with XWHEELS the ZipSaw delivers a fast cut with better accuracy than traditional tools.