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Ryobi Portable Flooring Saw
The Ryobi Portable Flooring Saw is perfect for DIY installation of laminate or wood flooring projects around your home. The 5” diameter blade can cut up to 3/4″ deep and can make both rip and crosscut easily. Watch video to find out more. ...More
Ryobi Portable Flooring SawBy: Jodi Marks
The Ryobi Portable Flooring Saw is perfect for DIY installation of laminate or wood flooring. The 5” diameter blade can cut up to 3/4″ deep and can both rip and crosscut flooring with ease.
The lightweight aluminum construction makes it easy to carry, and the dust collection system allows you to use the saw in the room you’re working in.
The Ryobi Portable Flooring Saw is available at The Home Depot. Watch this video to find out more.
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Jodi Marks: You know, I love installing laminate flooring, because it’s actually a very easy project. I think the hardest part about it is making your cuts, because you’ve got to go outside, where you’ve either set up your table saw and your miter saw, and then bring everything back in. Because it’s time consuming when you do that. But wouldn’t it be great if you had one saw that can make all of those cuts, and you could keep it in the same room you’re working in all at the same time?
Well, Ryobi has come out with a great five-inch laminate saw, and it’s perfect for doing everything you need when you’re putting down laminate flooring. Now, I’ve got a piece right here, so let me show you how it works.
It’s got a fence that I can just slide and pop into place. And then once I get it where I want it, I then lock down the blade here. And using the fence as my guide, I can push my plank lengthwise along the blade and it will make my rip. Then, if I need to make a crosscut, all I would have to do is relocate the fence to this side.
Once that gets locked into place, I then release the blade, and then what I could do is slide my plank underneath here. It actually slides like a radial arm saw, so it doesn’t matter the width of plank that I use. But I simply push the blade crossways across it and I can get my crosscut every time. And with this advanced dust collection system that it incorporates, you will not pick up a lot of dust. It’ll actually collect twice as much dust in here.
So, you can set this up in the same room you’re working in, so you can get your cuts perfect every time. You don’t have to waste your time going outside. And you’ll get your laminate floor down in no time.