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RYOBI 13-Amp 7-1/4-inch Circular Saw

Circular saw for cutting wood and not metal

Status Working as of Febuary 2020
Training Required
Hackable NO
Usage Restrictions Members Only
Owner Gabriel de Vries
If it Breaks Unplug machine, put a “broken” sign on machine, contact Gabriel.
Loan Status Loaned
Arrival Date January 2020
Location Woodworking Area
Value $
Champion See Compendium of Champions



  • Wear personal protective equipment, including safety glasses or goggles, faceshields, and hearing protection.
  • Ensure all safety guards are in good working order before starting work.
  • Ensure the saw’s blade is sharp. Sharp blades are safer and work better.
  • Keep cords away from the cutting area.
  • Know that circular saws are designed to be used by right-handed operators. If you are left-handed, the saw will require more care to use safely.
  • Check to be sure the retracting lower blade guard returns to its starting position before laying down the saw.
  • De-energize your saw before changing or adjusting its blade.
  • Keep the saw clean.
  • Maintain good footing when using the saw.


  • Put your hand under the saw’s guard.
  • Operate a vibrating saw.
  • Force the saw when cutting.
  • Hold or carry the saw with your finger on the trigger switch.
  • Use the saw without first checking for materials, such as a nail or screw, that may cause an obstruction.


  • 13 amp motor for cutting various types of lumber
  • Bevel adjustment from 0° to 51.5° with positive stops at 45° and 51.5°
  • Speed: 5000 r/minute (RPM)
  • Depth of cut: 2 7/16 inches at 0°; 1 7/8 inches at 45° 1 11/16 inches at 51.5°
  • Air diverter and dust exhaust keep the line of cut clear while directing particles away from the user
  • On-board wrench storage for added convenience
  • Spindle blade lock for easy, keyless, blade changes
  • Includes: 7-1/4 -inch Blade and Blade Wrench


tool/7-1_4-inch_circular_saw.txt · Last modified: 2020/05/25 21:36 by gabedev

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