You may want to invest in a an air powered nibbling tool for cutting a lot of
sheet metal siding. The crew that finished my last barn liked theirs a lot and
they are quite fast and leave smooth edges. They basically cut a quarter inch
wide ribbon out of the metal about as fast as you can move the tool.
From: Karl Vacek [mailto:KVacek@ameritech.net]
Sent: Tuesday, November 25, 2003 7:19 AM
To: Steven Trovato; nick brearley; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: Sawzall v anglegrinder
> One thing I've come across lately is a circular saw blade called the Morse
> "metal devil". It cuts metal like it's wood. It doesn't grind it, it
> actually makes chips.
Really timely. I'm trying to finish my hangar before the snow gets too
deep, and I have about 150 feet of metal siding to saw. I have an Oldham
ferrous metal blade for my Skilsaw, and it's not that great - but it was all
that I could find on short notice. A typical home center POS.