What is your thoughts on the Prodigy? Have only seen it used on one house here and was not impressed with what I saw. Could of been the installers too though.My guys are using a multi master to cut insulated siding.. Its cordless and cuts it like butter. Insulated siding can be a pain to cut. Any of you guys use a multi master for this? What tools other than snips for thick insulated siding by Prodigy?
Same here. We made a decent cutting table. Run an old Makita with a fine blade running backwards on a "guide". Angle cuts get cut freehand with the saw or snips.tyb525 said:We have a table for a circ saw, the siding slides under the saw, like a radial arm saw. We turn the blade backwards too.
On a big job some guys will drag out the radial arm saw.
We switched from running a fine toothed plywood blade to a 40 tooth DIABLO blade. It cuts MUCH smoother and I'm sure will last longer. We bought two 3 months ago, one for each crew, and they are still going.Same here. We made a decent cutting table. Run an old Makita with a fine blade running backwards on a "guide". Angle cuts get cut freehand with the saw or snips.