These machines have become very useful on jobsites, as lightweight steel fabrication that previously needed to be performed in a workshop with stationary tools can now be done on site. They are lightweight enough to be portable but still robust enough to withstand the rigours of site conditions
They generally make their cuts using an abrasive disc similar to a thin grinding wheel, but they can also use metal-cutting saw blades. The blade or disc is normally mounted on a pivoting arm that is attached to a fixed base, and is pulled down to cut in a similar way to a mitre saw.
Things to consider when choosing from our range of models include:
For more information on our range of metalworking tools, contact our Glasgow showroom where a member of our expert team will be able to offer help and advice.