Sawblade.com’s Austin Zimmerman shows the correct, safe way to install a new blade on your Q700 Carbide circular saw
1 Unplug the saw’s power cord from the electrical outlet or extension cord.
2 Press down on the saw’s arbor-lock button and rotate the blade until the locking mechanism engages.
3 Use the blade wrench to remove the arbor nut holding the blade in place. To loosen the nut, turn the wrench in the same direction as the blade cuts.
4 Retract the saw’s upper blade guard and remove the old blade.
5 Slip the new blade onto the saw’s arbor, making sure the saw teeth face in the direction of rotation. If you’re unsure, refer to the arrow on the saw’s blade guard.
6 Use the blade wrench to tighten the arbor nut until it’s snug; be careful not to over-tighten the nut or it’ll be difficult to loosen it the next time you change the blade.
Sawblade.com introduces the next generation of performance cutting; The Trajan Q700 can cut almost any material up to 2″. This Carbide Saw will cut steel without excessive heat, and now cutting box tubing or angle iron has never been easier. The Q700 also comes with a miter to handle your angle cutting needs as well. This machine comes with a Qsaw carbide blade that lasts up to 20 times longer than abrasive blades.
The Q700 leaves an instantly workable finish in a fraction of the time. This incredible carbide saw can save you time and energy every single day. It produces a fast, ultra clean cut.
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