1. Steav Smith
    May 12, 2018 @ 12:02 AM

    Very well written article with full information. Thank you for sharing this great info. It’s nice to know and read about this stuff. I would definitely try to follow these suggestions.


  2. Elsa Anderson
    May 18, 2018 @ 11:51 PM

    I like when you rated all the steel cutting machines based on their ability, and the best that I am seeing so far is a chop saw due to its 5-star quality of finish. My son has a school project that involves steel cutting and I have to admit that we don’t have the ideal tools to do it. It may be costly to buy them all out in an instant to perfect my son’s project but getting someone to do it, like steel fabricator businesses or companies should do the trick!


  3. Monica Chavez
    June 27, 2018 @ 8:18 PM

    It’s interesting how you pointed out that you can use abrasive blades on a number of different machines to cut steel. My dad is working on a big project in his backyard, and he needs to cut some pieces of steel. I think it might be a little dangerous for him since he is so inexperienced. It would probably be best if he had a professional get the job done for him.


  4. Kimberly Hampton
    May 4, 2019 @ 10:11 AM

    Do you have a recommendation for cutting down a Sheppard’s hook wrapped around tree roots?


  5. Greta James
    December 30, 2019 @ 10:47 AM

    Thank you for informing me that a power saw will go through stainless steel but is less accurate. I need quite a lot of steel cut accurately for this project. I wonder if I should just look for professional assistance.


  6. Aaron
    March 22, 2020 @ 3:23 AM

    Some serious tools here, but the main tools used by general builders and DIY’ers to cut metal is just an angle grinder, chop saws are only useful for bulk metal cutting. For info on cutting metal roofing, use a nibbler, electric shears or tin snips.


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