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Abrasive saw
also called "cutoff saw" or "metal chop saw"

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  1. a power tool which is typically used to cut hard materials, such as metal pipe

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  2. but not to be confused with the miter saw, a woodworking tool also known by these names

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  3. Metal cut off "chop" saws are classed as being slow speed machines

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  4. The cutting action is performed by an abrasive disc, similar to a thin grinding wheel

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  5. generally has a built-in vise or other clamping arrangement, and has the cutting wheel and motor mounted on a pivoting arm attached to a fixed base plate

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