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Power hacksaws are often used to cut large pipe, steel, cast iron, and other hard materials. The straight blade is attached inline with the tool and moves back and forth across the workpiece to make the cut. Power hacksaws have a slower speed and longer stroke length than reciprocating saws, which slows cutting speed but leaves a better edge. Cutting fluid is often used to lubricate and cool the blade when cutting metal.