- Benchtop cut-off machines are placed on a work bench or table so they can be used at a comfortable working height. Benchtop machines can be moved around a shop or jobsite more easily than cabinet-style cut-off machines. Cut-off machines have a continuous-rim abrasive blade for cutting metal.
- Handheld cut-off machines cut metal and can be carried to the workpiece when it's inconvenient or the workpiece is too large to bring to a stationary saw. These tools are similar in design to a circular saw and have a continuous-rim abrasive wheel that causes sparking when metal is cut.
- Cabinet-style cut-off machines have a supportive base so the saw can be placed directly on a shop floor without using benchtop space. Cut-off machines have a continuous-rim abrasive blade for cutting metal.
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