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Why is the blade on the Kawasaki cordless circular saw on the left side?

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Why is the blade on my Kawasaki cordless circular saw on the left side - opposite to my corded circular saw?

Answer:

Hello Rick,
Units with right side blade configuration were designed for general carpentry use. The other units, with left side cutting ability were designed for building framing as in the worm drive units being used by home builders. As for the cordless units, we have both styles but that is only because the units were manufactured by different factories. In cordless saws, some factories build right side units while others build left side units but, there is no mechanical or engineering reason other than their desire to build with certain building preferences in mind.

Thanks for asking,

Carl



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