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Porter Cable 18V NiCaD Reciprocating Saw with Dewalt 50:1 Metal Blade (med-thick Metal) Cutting 3/4 Cast Iron Plumbing.


Q&A:

Spencer Belew asked a saw that i can cut metal with?

im a metal scrapper and i need a battery powered no cord saw that cuts metal not a torch either plz dont say the same thing whats the name of such a saw

And got the following answer:

You will need a metal cutting blade for the cordless reciprocating saw (Milwaukee “Sawzall”) mentioned above.
Other manufacturers are Ryobi, DeWalt, Porter Cable, Bosch, Black & Decker, etc.
These blades are quite common and simply switch out with a wood blade.
These blades are also interchangeable with most brands.
A cordless grinder can also have a “cut off wheel” attached instead of a grinding wheel.
These are also inexpensive at some stores like “Harbor Freight”.
There are several different kinds (wood, masonry, metal & combinations) of cut off wheels so make sure you get the right one.

vinchenzo_d_gymbag asked Sawzall-Reciprocating Saw?

Do the cordless versions of these tools have enought power to get tough jobs done or should I stick with the corded version. I am not a contractor but i do want the ability to cut nails, and other types of metal

Thanks
VG

And got the following answer:

I have both and mostly use the cordless. If you get a good name brand like DeWalt, Porter Cable, Craftsman, etc… it will handle what you want. I’m a contractor and put mine through the test so I do know what they will handle.

mixmaster asked What are the best and worst power tool brands available?

Maybe a like a top ten(Or More) from best to worst. Brands like Dewalt, Porter Cable, Skil, Craftsmen, Black and Decker, etc.

I am looking for mainly hand held tools such as saws, drills, etc.

Maybe even your additional thoughts on each one too.

And got the following answer:

We sell contractors and a lot of other tradesman tools. We like DeWalt for a few reasons. Their tools are not overdesigned. Their tools are basic yellow and black with no wild grooves and colors in them.
The are engineered by the best in the industry. Sometimes slower to come out with new flashy models because the models they have out went through a lot of testing and modifications before their final production started – hence they don’t change them much. DeWalt also has a primary responsiblility to cordless tool buyers to not change batteries/chargers every 6 months. Milwaukee has so many different batteries and chargers that we almost refuse to try to stock them.
Milwaukee does have the #1 rated Portaband saw. Bosch has the top Rotary Hammers and demolition hammers, DeWalt has the best cordless lineup, mitre saws and their new Portaband is as good as milwaukee it just has not caught on as much.
Black and Decker (who now owns DeWalt,Delta,Porter Cable) bought the DeWalt name and made it their heavy duty line. DeWalt also makes compact cordless tools mainly for the big box stores (except menards). DeWalt and Menards had a big falling out several years ago – so you won’t see any DeWalt at Menards- unless they get it through a distributor. Craftsman has other people make their tools, Black and Decker used to make the craftsman electric impact, sawzall. Emerson Electric makes their other power tools.
The problem with sears is they have no customer support for quick parts and repairs.
Watch out for these no-name brands that the big box stores have, you cannot get parts for them. Remember the name Pro-Tech? CNC?Even popular names like Coleman, Panasonic,Hitachi,Ryobi – Parts are forever trying to get. We quit working on Ryobi tools because customers would get irate at us waiting on parts for 4-5 months.
We like DeWalt,Milwaukee,Bosch,Porter Cable. That’s my 2 cents worth.

Mike asked i need info on suprior power tools?

And got the following answer:

Best Powered Hand Tools:
Skill saws and blades – Makita
Jigsaws and blades- Bosch
Sawzalls- Milwalkee Sawzall blades- Lenox
Drywall drills- Milwalkee
Corded Drills- Milwalkee and Makita
Drill Bits- any brand (I use Dewalt), unless buying Forsner bits- Freud
Hammer Drills- Bosch and Hilti
Portable Jointer- Makita
Routers- Ryobi ; Plunge- Dewalt,Freud ; General- Porter Cable
Router Bits- Freud ; keep bits lubricated-soak in oil when not in use
Belt Sanders-Porter Cable
Random Orbit and Palm Sanders- Dewalt, Porter Cable
Nail Guns- Paslode and Hitachi

vinchenzo_d_gymbag asked Sawzall-Reciprocating Saw?

Do the cordless versions of these tools have enought power to get tough jobs done or should I stick with the corded version. I am not a contractor but i do want the ability to cut nails, and other types of metal

Thanks
VG

And got the following answer:

I have both and mostly use the cordless. If you get a good name brand like DeWalt, Porter Cable, Craftsman, etc… it will handle what you want. I’m a contractor and put mine through the test so I do know what they will handle.

mixmaster asked What are the best and worst power tool brands available?

Maybe a like a top ten(Or More) from best to worst. Brands like Dewalt, Porter Cable, Skil, Craftsmen, Black and Decker, etc.

I am looking for mainly hand held tools such as saws, drills, etc.

Maybe even your additional thoughts on each one too.

And got the following answer:

We sell contractors and a lot of other tradesman tools. We like DeWalt for a few reasons. Their tools are not overdesigned. Their tools are basic yellow and black with no wild grooves and colors in them.
The are engineered by the best in the industry. Sometimes slower to come out with new flashy models because the models they have out went through a lot of testing and modifications before their final production started – hence they don’t change them much. DeWalt also has a primary responsiblility to cordless tool buyers to not change batteries/chargers every 6 months. Milwaukee has so many different batteries and chargers that we almost refuse to try to stock them.
Milwaukee does have the #1 rated Portaband saw. Bosch has the top Rotary Hammers and demolition hammers, DeWalt has the best cordless lineup, mitre saws and their new Portaband is as good as milwaukee it just has not caught on as much.
Black and Decker (who now owns DeWalt,Delta,Porter Cable) bought the DeWalt name and made it their heavy duty line. DeWalt also makes compact cordless tools mainly for the big box stores (except menards). DeWalt and Menards had a big falling out several years ago – so you won’t see any DeWalt at Menards- unless they get it through a distributor. Craftsman has other people make their tools, Black and Decker used to make the craftsman electric impact, sawzall. Emerson Electric makes their other power tools.
The problem with sears is they have no customer support for quick parts and repairs.
Watch out for these no-name brands that the big box stores have, you cannot get parts for them. Remember the name Pro-Tech? CNC?Even popular names like Coleman, Panasonic,Hitachi,Ryobi – Parts are forever trying to get. We quit working on Ryobi tools because customers would get irate at us waiting on parts for 4-5 months.
We like DeWalt,Milwaukee,Bosch,Porter Cable. That’s my 2 cents worth.