Sounds sexy dangerous.747 said:I'm assuming you might be talking about cement board lap siding. If so they showed on this old house current project a new tool to cut it. I not sure what it is called i will describe. Its like this table that has a long knife and you line it up and then step on a pedal under table and it goes through it like butter. Doesn't even kick up any dust. :Thumbs: Just step on pedal and its one whack and a clean cut no dust
Where's up here?Unless you have a vacuum table with HEPA recovery up here, you are getting thrown off the site by homeowners and I think for good reason.
That silica dust is bad stuff.
The most litigious city in the world...Washington DC.Where's up here?
Up here :whistling I use a 10" SCMS and a crappy ryobi table saw with a 7 1/4" blade for rips. The shears have their place... for long angles and the like, but for productivity you need speed, and the shears can't compete, nor make an as nice cut as a sliding mitre.
I'd tell the homeowner to mind their business and stay inside (I'd say it real nice though:thumbsup, this is man's work!