Dungeons & Dragons

The Sword Saw was a device made and wielded by the gnomes, being either steam powered or magically enchanted in AD&D.  Seemingly incredulous even in a fantasy environment, let alone a woodworking workshop!

But there are real Sword Saws, and there are more than I realised, all for the workshop.

Other than the SSP200, Protool have others in their range.

SSP200

That is some serious cutting depth! 380mm at 90 degrees.

Speaking of cutting depth – how about this one for mortising!

And if overall size is of interest, what happens when you take a circular saw, and feature it in the movie “Honey I blew up the kids”?

Would you believe 165mm of cutting depth, and a 420mm blade???!!!

If that isn’t enough, then kick over to the Protool portable bandsaw

285mm cutting capacity, and again something that looks well suited to being fitted to the Torque Workcentre!

Perhaps Ideal Tools and Torque Workcentres need another chat!!

One Response

  1. “wow” they look like very dangerous tools to be hand held.

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