World’s first wet track saw makita cuts granite and Quartz countertops

World’s first wet track saw makita cuts granite and Quartz countertops

14 thoughts on “World’s first wet track saw makita cuts granite and Quartz countertops”

  1. you just took a regular circular saw and used a concrete cutting blade and used water with it your probably going ruin your saw

  2. Daft thing to do. Not sure whats worse. The fact he done this or the fact he filmed it. You cant fix stupid

  3. well that worked surprisingly well. I have that same adapter and track, and I thought saw.. But I can’t seem to fix my saw on the same side of the track as you.. My track adapter only lets me put the saw the other way. So the base of the saw is sitting outside of the track, which is really annoying. Do you have the american or european version of this saw?

  4. The saw doesn’t even have a nozzle to connect the water hoze. Thumbs down for false information.

  5. Now that was a totally goofy video. First I don’t see the point. Secondly I would never have an employee stand there with a fish tube with running water 1 inch from the blade. I would NEVER have the person sawing stand there trying to keep his hands out of the blade with a little trickle of water running down the blade. Guards don’t mean squat if you have your hands down there screwing around for no reason. Not a good situation. Bad idea. Bad for the blade. Accident waiting to happen.

  6. There’s lots of real wet track saws out there…. For lots of years now… I’m just confused by this world’s first description…

  7. I like this video because it shows Makita’s cordless saw connected to their guide rail using the adapter made specifically for that saw.

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