When choosing a saw to use, you need to consider a variety of factors: the type of wood, the shape to be cut, the user's physique, and so on. Here are some tips for choosing a saw.
Saw blades are shaped differently for rip-cut, cross-cut, universal (rip, cross, and diagonal) cut, and flush-cut. When purchasing a saw, be sure to identify your own cutting needs and choose the right saw for them.
Some saws, such as Ryoba double-blade saws, can be used for multiple ways of cutting with a single saw. If you are not sure how to use it, you can choose a saw that offers a wide variety of cutting options.
When choosing a saw, please pay attention to the Teeth Per Inch (TPI), a measure of the fineness of the teeth. The higher the TPI number, the finer the teeth.
The finer the teeth, the longer it takes to cut, but the cleaner the cut. Conversely, the larger the teeth, the rougher the cut, but the faster the cut.
In addition, the saw size also affects the ease of cutting. Although saws come in various sizes, it is reasonable to use one about twice or three times the size of the wood you want to cut.
Also, choose one that you can easily handle without difficulty in weight and the handle size when you hold it in your hand. If you do not choose the right saw for you, it could lead to an unexpected accident. So please choose it carefully.
There are different types of saws. It is important to choose a saw that suits your needs by carefully checking its application and usability, and be sure to use it in the correct cutting method.