Although frequently overlooked, plunge saws are essential power tools for carpenters, joiners and kitchen fitters. Basically, anyone who is required to work with laminates or make lots of cuts in small workpieces could benefit from owning a plunge saw.
Most circular saws have a retracting guard which exposes the blade when cutting. Though a type of circular saw, a plunge saw has a blade that spins and cuts – but with more accuracy and precision. It has a fixed guard, and the blade is exposed when ‘plunging’ the handle to the pre-set depth to engage the workpiece.
Whilst they may have once been regarded as a specialist (and expensive) investment, plunge saws are widely available today – and with good reason.
A complete range of Plunge Saws
Here at Kendal Tools, we have been supplying woodworking machinery and power tools to customers all over the UK for more than 30 years. We stock only the best plunge saws on the market from big names, such as Scheppach.
When shopping for plunge saws, there are several factors you need to consider, including:
how many rails do you need (one or two)?
mains or battery power
…and other safety features.
Drawing on our knowledge and experience, and taking into account your requirements, we can recommend the most suitable solution for your needs. It may be that you’re after a plunge saw that comes with two guide rails and all the essential accessories. In which case, the PL75 Pack 2 is certainly worth your attention!
We understand that knowing which to choose is no easy task. But the good news is, our experts are here to guide you, every step of the way, and talk you through the options available.
Benefits of Plunge Saws
Still not convinced if your workshop could benefit from one of our plunge saws, or whether you’d be better off with a circular saw?
Arguably one of the biggest benefits of plunge saws is that they are used in conjunction with a guide rail or track. This gives the saw a straight line to cut along – keeping the saw still and steady. Also – as a result of plunge saws being held tightly into the rail – there won’t be any jarring or inaccuracy and, indeed, no wobbling.
A perhaps more surprising benefit of the plunge saw is that it’s portable, meaning you can easily move it around your workshop, and it doesn’t take up much room.
Here are just a few more reasons why you should invest in a plunge saw:
Make cuts anywhere in the material – perfect for cutting out worktops for sinks or hobs
Provide the highest quality cut
Easy to set up
Clean efficient cuts in laminates
Want to know more?
Feel free to get in touch with the team, here at Kendal Tools. We are always on hand to help and will be more than willing to answer your questions. All you need to do is call 01539 733 774 or email email@example.com.
Alternatively, if you’re ready to buy, take a look at the plunge saws available and click through for more information. If you’re happy with your selection, add it to your cart and checkout. It’s as simple as that.
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Celebrating 50 Years of association with Scheppach UK.
It was fifty years ago while working in the family tool and machinery shop in East London as a young lad I first met Neil McEwen the managing director Scheppach UK (NMA).
In those days he would visit personally, open the boot of his car and show us the latest saw bench/ table saws or concrete mixer deals he had to offer. When they were delivered I would assemble them, put them in the showroom ready sell to the local tradesmen, In those days you never sold a machine in a box for the customer to put together they were always assembled and ready to go.
I can say that Scheppach is in my blood, part of my dna there is not a day goes go by when I don’t sell a Scheppach machine or accessory, these days because of the internet I sell many more machines than ever before as Scheppach keep expanding their range of machinery with different models being introduced.
There has never been a better time to purchase a machine for your workshop with very competitive prices and new innovations coming out.
If you need to know more about any of the Scheppach range drop me a line through our contact page.