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Skychip saw (for woodworking)

Rating:
87%
from S$21.99
Min. 2 days
Inner Diameter (Φmm):  20
Blade Thickness (mm):  1.8
Included Motor:  Various Marunoco
Number of Teeth (p):  40
Suitable Material:  Woodworking
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Some products may not meet the standards of your item.
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Item #
Mfr #
TIP-16040
TIP-16540
TIP-18040
TIP-18540
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Shipping
Price
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1pc
Min. 2 days
S$23.99
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1pc
Min. 5 days
S$21.99
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1pc
Min. 2 days
S$23.99
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1pc
Min. 2 days
S$21.99
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Outer Diameter (Φmm)
all
160
165
180
185
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Outer Diameter (Φmm)
  • Item #: 10091365

    Mfr #: TIP-16040

    Package Qty: 1pc

    S$23.99

    Shipping: Min. 2 days

    Technical Specs:

    Outer Diameter (Φmm) 160

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  • Item #: 10091864

    Mfr #: TIP-16540

    Package Qty: 1pc

    S$21.99

    Shipping: Min. 5 days

    Technical Specs:

    Outer Diameter (Φmm) 165

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  • Item #: 10091374

    Mfr #: TIP-18040

    Package Qty: 1pc

    S$23.99

    Shipping: Min. 2 days

    Technical Specs:

    Outer Diameter (Φmm) 180

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  • Item #: 10091873

    Mfr #: TIP-18540

    Package Qty: 1pc

    S$21.99

    Shipping: Min. 2 days

    Technical Specs:

    Outer Diameter (Φmm) 185

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  1. For vertical grinding
    Rating
    100%
    I was in trouble because I couldn't cut straight when I grinded vertically with a dual-purpose blade. In particular, pineapple and rubber laminated lumber are hard, so it was very troublesome to cut them and then use an electric plane to correct the broken lines. Immediately after it arrived, there was no laminated lumber, but I tried it with white wood, and it cuts well. Since the saw blade is thick, it cuts straight without blurring. It is easy to handle with little resistance, and it is a lie-like cut that heats up to the extent that the cut is burnt with a dual-purpose blade. Since the number of teeth is small, it is not suitable for cutting, but it is a cut surface that can be used as it is for adhesive work. Durability is unconfirmed, but I bought two for the time being, so I'm expecting how long it will last. At this price, even if it is disposable, it seems to have enough for DIY use.
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  2. Home remodeling work, demolition work
    Rating
    100%
    A circular saw made by Makita 40 years ago. This must be a saw blade with a diameter of 160 mm.
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  3. For woodworking
    Rating
    100%
    It was a good purchase. In addition to repeater. Thank you very much.
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  4. Used for cutting 3 mm printed plywood
    Rating
    100%
    The sharpness is outstandingly good. However, although the material of the plywood may be thin, the number of blades is small or the cut end is hangnail. It was a circular saw about 30 years ago, and I was saved because the 160mm blade was not in the HC but here. I hope there are many blades
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  5. In woodworking.
    Rating
    100%
    Since the number of blades is small, I was wondering, but it cut very well. I plan to purchase it again.
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  6. Cutting wood
    Rating
    80%
    I think the cost performance is high. There was no problem with the sharpness, and I was able to make a good purchase.
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  7. Features
    Rating
    80%
    It was an old dust-proof circular saw, and at a nearby hardware store, I used to sharpen the blade (with a tip) every time, but it cost me a lot and I was looking for a 160mm blade. If the blade gets tired with 40 tips, the cut will be a little rough, but it costs less to replace it than to sharpen it, so I would like to use it in a divisible manner.
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  8. Do-it-yourself, making wooden toys
    Rating
    100%
    We purchase for circular saws which we bought about 30 years ago of Ryobi. Recently, I wasn't able to cut it well, so I went around the tool stores and home improvement stores, but I was in trouble because the 160 size wasn't sold anywhere, but Mr. Monotaro helped me find it. As in the review, I bought two because it would be a problem if the chips flew. However, it has a good sharpness and a clean cut, which is useful for making wooden toys for grandchildren. I don't know how long it will last, but at this price, I think it would be nice if you could bring it with you. If it doesn't work, I'll repeat it.
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  9. Cutting small-diameter wood (making discs for children)
    Rating
    80%
    Reasonable sharpness, size 160 for Makita electric saws, generally 190, 165, 145 sizes are the mainstream, 160 has a small assortment is a drawback!
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  10. Do-it-yourself
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    100%
    The sharpness seems to be good. How about durability?
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