SKIL 3601-02 Flooring Saw with 36T Contractor Blade, Red and bla

SKIL 3601-02 Flooring Saw with 36T Contractor Blade, Red and bla

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SKIL 3601-02 Flooring Saw with 36T Contractor Blade, Red and bla

SKIL 3601-02 Flooring Saw with 36T Contractor Blade, Red and bla:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! Your browser does not support HTML5 video.  I am a interior trim carpenter that also does quite a bit of hardwood.... well engineered hardwood. I have a buddy that has one of these and he’s had it for years. I personally have never used it but have seen it on his jobs in passing. He’s had his for 5 or so years. I’m always looking for ways to improve time and workability on my sites.I purchased this saw to keep from having to unload my table saw and my 12 sliding miter saw. I always buy quality tools and price tag isn’t ever really a issue, so when I purchased this Skil brand saw out of the gate I figured it would be cheap. Here’s the details of first usage. You can also watch my video review as well.The Saw is packaged well in what I would call standard packaging for this type of product. Opening and unboxing is a simple task. This saw comes completely assembled minus installing the dust bag. At first glance it seems well built and pretty solid. The saw it self has a cheap plastic housing over the motor but that doesn’t seem to effect the unit.The table guide is where you get the most out of this saw. The guide sets up to the side of the motor for rip cuts. It has a marker on it and making adjustments is just the turn of a finger knob. When the table builds dust just after a few cuts the guide doesn’t slide nicely at all, making quick adjustments not so great. I think I’ll spray it with dry lube and see if that helps. I ran my cuts thru finished side up and the cut was clean. Chippage was minimal, actually good enough to cover with base board.The guide moves to the front of the unit and can be used for cross cuts and miters. There are pre set stops for 90, 45 and 22 1/2. This works smoothly and well. When I cross cut my board it cut just fine. Minimal chipping. Good enough unless it’s going up against a finished stairnose or something.The biggest issue was when we used it to cut on a miter. With my board face up it chipped my board really bad. When I put the board face down it didn’t do it. We will have to cut our miters face down.The only downside is this thing is messy. In 4 cuts dust everywhere. We will need to find a way to use dust containment or it will be a outdoor saw only.The verdict...... it’s a keeper. As cheap as it is price wise I don’t think we can beat the time it will save us. Doesn’t bog down and cuts in all directions that usually take 2 saws for. I’m hoping that it has some pretty good longevity. We will know better next week when we do 4000 ft of wood with it.As always if you found my review helpful let amazon know by clicking the helpful button below!philadelphia mall,max 74% off,popular standardSKIL 3601-02 Flooring Saw with 36T Contractor Blade, Red and bla
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With the capabilities of a standard miter and table saws, the compact SKIL flooring saw model 3601 allows you to cut flooring right where you're installing. Durable, lightweight and portable, DIYers and flooring specialists agree it makes wood floor installation easier and faster.


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SKIL 3601-02 Flooring Saw with 36T Contractor Blade, Red and bla

SKIL 3601-02 Flooring Saw with 36T Contractor Blade, Red and bla:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! Your browser does not support HTML5 video.  I am a interior trim carpenter that also does quite a bit of hardwood.... well engineered hardwood. I have a buddy that has one of these and he’s had it for years. I personally have never used it but have seen it on his jobs in passing. He’s had his for 5 or so years. I’m always looking for ways to improve time and workability on my sites.I purchased this saw to keep from having to unload my table saw and my 12 sliding miter saw. I always buy quality tools and price tag isn’t ever really a issue, so when I purchased this Skil brand saw out of the gate I figured it would be cheap. Here’s the details of first usage. You can also watch my video review as well.The Saw is packaged well in what I would call standard packaging for this type of product. Opening and unboxing is a simple task. This saw comes completely assembled minus installing the dust bag. At first glance it seems well built and pretty solid. The saw it self has a cheap plastic housing over the motor but that doesn’t seem to effect the unit.The table guide is where you get the most out of this saw. The guide sets up to the side of the motor for rip cuts. It has a marker on it and making adjustments is just the turn of a finger knob. When the table builds dust just after a few cuts the guide doesn’t slide nicely at all, making quick adjustments not so great. I think I’ll spray it with dry lube and see if that helps. I ran my cuts thru finished side up and the cut was clean. Chippage was minimal, actually good enough to cover with base board.The guide moves to the front of the unit and can be used for cross cuts and miters. There are pre set stops for 90, 45 and 22 1/2. This works smoothly and well. When I cross cut my board it cut just fine. Minimal chipping. Good enough unless it’s going up against a finished stairnose or something.The biggest issue was when we used it to cut on a miter. With my board face up it chipped my board really bad. When I put the board face down it didn’t do it. We will have to cut our miters face down.The only downside is this thing is messy. In 4 cuts dust everywhere. We will need to find a way to use dust containment or it will be a outdoor saw only.The verdict...... it’s a keeper. As cheap as it is price wise I don’t think we can beat the time it will save us. Doesn’t bog down and cuts in all directions that usually take 2 saws for. I’m hoping that it has some pretty good longevity. We will know better next week when we do 4000 ft of wood with it.As always if you found my review helpful let amazon know by clicking the helpful button below!philadelphia mall,max 74% off,popular standardSKIL 3601-02 Flooring Saw with 36T Contractor Blade, Red and bla