For the construction industry, tools should help take the strain off the worker, enabling a job to be finished as effectively and efficiently as possible. One example of this comes from SKILSAW, www.skilsaw.com, Naperville, Ill., which debuted a 10-inch heavy-duty worm drive table saw.
This saw is equipped with the worm drive power train for maximum torque, and a patented dual-field motor that runs cool, enabling it to work harder and longer, increasing jobsite productivity.
Included with the table saw is a rolling stand with 16-inch wheels that delivers mobility, even when moving over stairs, uneven surfaces, and rough terrain. The stand features a left-side support for larger materials, while the table saw’s flip support extends the fence beyond the table surface.
Round-edged handles on the stand enable snag-free loading and unloading while transporting. Additionally, solid rubber feet provide extra stability whether the stand is in use or folded. Dust management is facilitated with a unique dust elbow, which can be connected to a vacuum or used to direct sawdust into a bucket or other container.
While this is only one example, new tools continue to come to market, enabling greater jobsite efficiency for the construction industry.
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