Similar to the Evolution Rage 3 this saw packs a real punch in terms of power! The attractive lime coloured saw uses the same blade to cut through steel, aluminium, plastics, and wood. It provides a 6mm steel cutting capacity at max and gives a depth of cut up to 60mm. It can be set to cut at a 45-degree angle when needed but is not a sliding saw, The saw has a high torque gearbox and the technology used is patented, as not many similar saws cut through steel like butter and this one will. A new, boxed saw is provided with a saw, clamp, replacement blade, and a blade removing tool and is all you’ll need to get started with this tool. The instructions are easily comprehensible and give all the information needed.
- Cuts through a variety of substrates including but not limited to: Wood, Steel, Aluminium and more!
- 1500 watts of power
- 60mm cutting depth
- Comes with a 12 month standard manufacturers warranty.
The main factor we noticed when carrying out this Evolution Fury 3 review was just how great this mitre saw performs when users need to cut through metal. Where wood with metal is commonly sawed, this is a great saw for the money.
- Replacement blades don’t cost too much and last a long while, so it is quite economical as well. It really comes into its own when chopping firewood, which might commonly present with nails or other metal inside.
- Users who find a chainsaw can be a pain when cutting through wood with metal will discover they don’t need to manually remove nails or screws when using the Evolution Fury 3, it’s just a case of sawing through the wood with metal included in just one cut.
- The Evolution Fury 3 is lightweight and easy to carry around for quick use where needed.
Any reviewer needs to make honest appraisal of products the this Evolution Fury 3 review does need to highlight that people wanting to use the saw for precision cutting of wood won’t find it’s the best mitre saw on the market, but it’s perfectly acceptable for DIY use around the home or business premises.
- The budget price of this mitre saw should be enough to indicate that it’s not a sliding saw, although some sites do advertise this is the case. The saw will be a perfectly acceptable tool for any home DIY user, particularly if they need to cut firewood, such as old wooden boxes, pallets, or fence posts that typically have nails and bits of barbed wire attached. For basic use around the home and simple construction jobs like making bevels and building doorways this tool will be a great choice and users get the job done with minimum fuss and no need for blade changes.
- Professionals needing to use a mitre saw on a daily basis will probably find this saw is not up to the job, however it is a useful addition to any toolbox as the metal cutting abilities make it a quick and easy option for any job where wood and metal need to be cut through at the same time.
In conclusion, we don’t hesitate to recommend this saw for use around the home, farm or business when wood and metal need cutting through on a regular basis. It is cheap and reliable and performs well over a long term basis. The saw is a great choice for anybody cutting firewood on a regular basis and with no need to change blades when cutting wood with metal it really is worth its weight in gold. A great buy. Thanks for reading our Evolution Fury 3 review, we really hope that after going through the pros and cons of this saw you can make the right choice on the best chop saw for you!