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Old 11-14-2012, 03:54 PM   #1
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The New Straight Flush Saw: Zero Clearance Circular Saw


Hey all. I work with a company that has developed a new style circular saw and would like your feedback on a few things.

We have been trying to manufacture this saw in America, so we can provide a better quality tool and support our economy. The trouble is, most investors don't agree with our made in USA vision, because of the more expensive costs associated with production. We have sourced most of our parts with US manufacturers and are trying to do better. So, do you guys feel that it is important to make it here at home? Or do you not really have a preference? Any feedback on the saw would be great, too.

We have just launched a pre-sale campaign on *** We are offering $100 off the MSRP for people that help us keep production in USA by pre-ordering. The circular saw can be found at ***. And you can get all the information you need on it. I would appreciate any feedback, or support you all may provide.

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Looks interesting!

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The safety factor is huge. What are we going to be using this for? Looks like a one trick pony.
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