|Item Weight||6.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||17.5 x 4.2 x 9.2 inches|
|Item model number||SM20-02|
|Style||Saw-Max Tool Kit with Case|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Dremel SM20-02 120-Volt Saw-Max Tool Kit
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- Versatile cutting system for a variety of materials (wood, plastic, metal, tile, masonry)
- Powerful 6-amp motor for tough applications
- Worm drive gearing for durability and power
- Dust extraction port for keeping the work place clean
- Second-wheel position for flush cutting
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From the manufacturer
Straight cut refers to cutting straight lines in long boards, such as a piece of plywood. The Dremel Saw-Max will help you do just that with its compact ergonomic design, providing users with one-handed control. Make large straight cuts through a variety of materials including wood, plastic, metal, tile, masonry and more.
Versatile Cutting System
Compact handheld saw cuts into a variety of materials.
Two Cutting Wheel Positions
For straight, plunge and flush cuts.
Powerful 6 Amp Motor
For tough applications.
Excellent Line of Sight and Adjustable Depth Control
Allows you to see your cuts for ultimate precision and control.
What's in the box? Dremel SM20-02
SM842 2x4 Cutting Guide and TRSM810 Dust Port Adapter.
Cutting: SM500 Multi-Purpose Carbide Wheel, SM510 Metal Cut-Off Wheel, SM540 Tile Diamond Wheel, SM600 Multi-Purpose Flush Cut Carbide Wheel.
- Dremel Saw-Max SM20 Tool
- 2 Attachments
- 4 Accessories
- 1 Hard Carry Case
|Flush Cutting Ability||✓||✓|
|Front End/ Guard||Metal||Plastic|
|Cuts (Material)||Soft and Hard Wood, Plywood, Composites, Laminate Flooring, Drywall, PVC, Plastic, Ferrous and Nonferrous Metals, Tile and Masonry Materials||Soft and Hard Wood, Plywood, Composites, Laminate Flooring, Drywall, PVC, Plastic, Ferrous and Nonferrous Metals, Tile and Masonry Materials|
|Surface Prep||Concrete, Masonry, Tile and Metal (Rust and Corrosion Removal)|
The Dremel Saw-Max is reinventing cutting as you know it. It is powerful enough to cut through any material and versatile enough to make complex cuts yet ergonomically designed and lightweight to be able to control with one hand. The Dremel Saw-Max lets you cut with confidence because you know it will get the job done and get it done right.
Dremel’s SM20-02 120-volt Saw-Max tool kit combines the compact versatility of the Saw-Max handheld saw with a well-rounded set of accessories to allow users to tackle a wide variety of projects that involve quick but precise cutting—such as building bookshelves, installing wainscoting, cutting holes in flooring or drywall, fitting home gutters, and a plethora of other tasks. The Saw-Max is an ideal go-to cutting tool for do-it-yourselfers, hobbyists, crafters, and woodworkers who appreciate the ability to cut with confidence. The kit also includes cutting wheels, a cutting guide, and a dust port adapter.
The SM20-02 Saw-Max tool kit includes four cutting wheels, providing the flexibility to tackle a wide range of projects (view larger).
Dremel has specially designed the Saw-Max handheld saw to be small and easily handled when working on jobs in tight spaces. It’s one-third the size and weight of a typical circular power saw—making for convenient one-handed operation. But there’s no compromise on power here; the worm-drive gearing system provides greater power, optimal control, and extended tool life. The Saw-Max also features an optimized grip diameter and switch placement for additional user comfort.
Precise and Versatile
The Saw-Max allows for more depth of cut than a rotary tool and delivers three times the power of the highest-rated Dremel rotary tool. A better line of sight improves users’ ability to make precise, straight, and controlled cuts, and its diverse system of cutting wheels adds even more flexibility to tackle the project at hand. Quick and easy to change out thanks to a shaft lock button, the various cutting wheels included in this kit offer the ability to make straight, plunge, and flush cuts and are able to cut through wood, plastic, metal, tile, plastic, and laminates. Also included are a dust extraction port, trigger lock-out, and variable-depth guide.
Since inventing the high-speed rotary tool more than 75 years ago, Dremel has become the trusted name in high-speed rotary tool technology, providing creative solutions for hands-on professionals, homeowners, craftspeople, and artists alike. Today, Dremel continues to build upon this legacy with a full line of high-performance rotary tools and rotary tool attachments and accessories, specialty tools and an oscillating tool and oscillating accessories, delivering the perfect solution for almost any job. Regardless of what the task may be, users quickly realize they can depend on the Dremel brand to provide the satisfaction of a job well done.
What's in the Box
One Dremel SM20 Saw-Max tool, one SM842 two-by-four cutting guide, one TRSM810 dust port adapter, one SM500 multi-purpose carbide wheel, one SM510 metal cut-off wheel, one SM540 tile diamond wheel, one SM600 multi-purpose flush cut carbide wheel, one storage case, and one owner’s manual.
|Dremel's Saw-Max handheld saw easily, quickly, and precisely cuts through a variety of materials, including metal, plastic, wood, and stone (click each to enlarge).|
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I fixed my problem by replacing the shoe with a metal (16 ga steel sheet) shoe and the saw worked fine then. Also had to add a washer under the thumb lever that holds the height adjustment. When the plastic shoe got hot it would no longer hold a firm adjustment. It would slip to a deeper cut.
The tool itself is pretty nice. It feels solid, has plenty of power, does not look or feel cheaply made. It came in a nice case, had 4 blades etc (keep this in mind).
I bought this as part of a restoration project in which I was putting down hardwood floors, its main use would be to undercut door moldings. The one blade I knew I would use the most was the 'flush cut' blade. That's a carbide 'multi purpose' blade with a drop center, advertised as being able to cut all kinds of stuff. I had to undercut 8 doorways, cut rectangular holes for the HVAC floor registers and trim the bottom of a cabinet so my refrigerator would fit. Surely this would not be a problem with a good quality tool.
It took 3 blades (including the one that came with it). At $24.99 each. I was shocked at how the first one got dull so fast. I thought the carbide was getting clogged with wood debris, so I gently wire brushed the carbide chips with a brass brush; no luck. I bought another blade, it wore out super quick, too. I thought that was due to the aluminum oxide in the urethane wear surface of the hardwood flooring, I was able to complete all those cuts even though the blade would get HOT. That was late at night, couldn't just run out and buy another one. The next day I bought the third blade. After undercutting three doorways the last blade was smoking because it was wearing through the wood rather than cutting, it actually set off the smoke alarm. That is unacceptable.
I paid $129.00 for the tool including the blades and the case, and it cost another $50 for two more blades. So I can only conclude that Dremel (now owned by Bosch) studied inkjet printer marketing: sell 'em the printer (saw) cheap but do it in such a way that the end user can only buy cartridges (blades) from them and burn 'em a new one for the cartridge (blade).
This will very likely be the last Dremel product I will ever buy.