Worm Drive Circular Saw

Worm drive circular saws have the motor at the rear of the saw, with gears oriented at 45° angles in a similar format to hypoid circular saws. The blade speed of a worm drive is slower than a sidewinder circular saw but the torque is better.  Better torque means that the saw does not labour as much and it is easier to cut through tougher, denser or thicker materials. See popular worm drive models below:

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