Definition of Circular saw

1. Noun. A power saw that has a steel disk with cutting teeth on the periphery; rotates on a spindle.

Exact synonyms: Buzz Saw
Specialized synonyms: Portable Circular Saw, Portable Saw, Table Saw
Generic synonyms: Power Saw, Saw, Sawing Machine



Definition of Circular saw

1. Noun. A power saw with a circular cutting blade, whose teeth rotate rapidly. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Literary usage of Circular saw

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1. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1912)
""I claim the manner of affixing and guiding the circular saw, by allowing end play to its shaft, in combination with the means of guiding it (the saw) by ..."

2. The Modern Factory: Safety, Sanitation and Welfare by George Moses Price (1914)
"Splitter Guard for circular saw. Hood is adjustable and hinged so as to be always close down over saw, except when raised by material coming in contact with ..."

3. The Resources of California: Comprising Agriculture, Mining, Geography by John Shertzer Hittell (1869)
"The frame-work for the circular-saw mills is lighter than that necessary for the upright saws ; and circular- saw mills are not unfrequently moved about on ..."

4. Discoveries and Inventions of the Nineteenth Century by Robert Routledge (1903)
"A very effective machine for cutting pieces of wood of moderate dimensions is the circular saw, represented in Fig. 37. Here there is a steel disc, ..."

5. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"As the limit of capacity for work with a circular saw is practically tho ability ... Driven by engines of from 25 to 100 horse-power the circular saw-mill, ..."

6. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1912)
""I claim the manner of affixing and guiding the circular saw, by allowing end play to its shaft, in combination with the means of guiding it (the saw) by ..."

7. The Modern Factory: Safety, Sanitation and Welfare by George Moses Price (1914)
"Splitter Guard for circular saw. Hood is adjustable and hinged so as to be always close down over saw, except when raised by material coming in contact with ..."

8. The Resources of California: Comprising Agriculture, Mining, Geography by John Shertzer Hittell (1869)
"The frame-work for the circular-saw mills is lighter than that necessary for the upright saws ; and circular- saw mills are not unfrequently moved about on ..."

9. Discoveries and Inventions of the Nineteenth Century by Robert Routledge (1903)
"A very effective machine for cutting pieces of wood of moderate dimensions is the circular saw, represented in Fig. 37. Here there is a steel disc, ..."

10. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"As the limit of capacity for work with a circular saw is practically tho ability ... Driven by engines of from 25 to 100 horse-power the circular saw-mill, ..."

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