Here at Miter Saw Judge, we recently looked at a selection of the finest metal cutting chop saws. We’ll continue that theme today by pivoting into the best circular saws designed with metalwork in mind.
As the name makes abundantly clear, these saws have a circular blade that revolves at high velocity and is tough enough to slice through metal.
Now, we’ll point out that it is perfectly possible to use a regular circular saw using a 7 ¼-inch metal cutting blade. Many manufacturers offer these and to some extent they’re fine with certain metals. If you invest in a dedicated metal cutting model, though, you’ll enjoy greater scope with one intended for the purpose.