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Cuz-D SFS85 Straight Flush Saw

Cuz-D SFS85 Straight Flush Saw
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Cuz-D Industries Straight Flush Saw

  • Cuz-D SFS85 Straight Flush Saw
  • Ideal for Finish Work, Framing, Siding, Form Setting and more
  • Zero Clearance Flush Cutting
  • 8-1/2" Carbide Tipped Blade
  • 3-1/8" Depth of Cut
  • Retractable Front Deck For Plunge Cuts
  • Trigger Actuated Lower Blade Guard For Added Safety
  • Ergonomic Twist-Lock Handle Rotates 45 and 90 Degrees
  • Lightweight, Heavy-Duty Magnesium Alloy Body
  • Most Versatile Bevel Cutting In The Industry With -5º to 65º Settings
  • Easily Removable Dust Extractor Blade Cover

Cuz-D Straight Flush Saw

Model No.
Blade Dia.   8-1/2"
Depth of Cut   3-1/8"
Key Features   Zero Clearance Flush Cut
Fold-Up Front Deck For Plunge Cuts
Cuts Stacked 2x4's, 2x6's, 2x8's In 1 Pass
-5º to 65º Bevel Cutting
Rear Handle Rotates 45º & 90º
Motor Specs   115V
1,725 W
15 A
 Blade Speed
4,940 rpm
Torque   99.2 in. lbs
Cord Length
8.5 ft
Dimensions   20.5" x 5.7" x 13"
Weight   14.3 lbs
Warranty   Lifetime

Question: What size blade does the Straight Flush Saw use?
Answer: 8.5"

Question: Why does the Straight Flush Saw use a specific blade?
Answer: We use an inset blade to allow you to make zero clearance cuts- without this special blade the blade bolt would prohibit this feature.

Question: Is the Straight Flush Saw a specialty saw?
Answer: No, the Straight Flush Saw was designed to be more versatile than the other cutting devices currently in use on the job site. As you use the Straight Flush Saw you will realize how you are using your other devices less often, if at all.

Question: How heavy is the Straight Flush Saw?
Answer: The final weight of the saw is 14 lbs. 3oz

Question: What kind of warranty does the Straight Flush Saw come with?
Answer: The Straight Flush Saw automatically comes with a lifetime warranty that covers the manufactured parts or design flaws – even if you’re not the original owner.

Question: How does the lifetime warranty work?
Answer: If the saw breaks, bring it into any of our retailers and exchange it after simply filling out a small form explaining what went wrong with it.

Question: Why is the Straight Flush Saw OD green?
Answer: It symbolizes our financial and personal commitment to our program called “A Veterans Life” which is a program designed by our founder to help out our Veterans and rehabilitate homeless and distressed veterans giving them a hand up back into the work force and back on their feet (Read more at Also, it looks pretty cool! Swiss Army Saw: A Worm Drive That Cuts Flush Too
The blade is flush to the housing and with the cover removed it can cut right up to a wall and all the way into corners. With the base folded back the blade projects from the front and can be plunged where the blades standard circular saws cannot—allowing it to be used to remove plates from rough openings and cut sheathing from openings from inside the building.

READ FULL REVIEW HERE One Saw to Rule them All: The Straight Flush Saw is the Swiss-Army Knife of Circular Saws
The inventor of the Straight Flush circular saw claims to have created the worm drive equivalent of a Swiss Army knife.

Worm drive circular saws have been around since the late 1920’s and despite the many improvements made since that time, their form and function have remained the same. But Seattle-area inventor Jake Cuzdey hopes that will change with the introduction of his Straight Flush Saw, a worm drive model that performs all of the functions of standard circular saws plus those of several other machines.

READ FULL REVIEW HERE Product Highlights from the National Hardware Show
This new handheld circular saw gives workers the ability to make accurate zero-clearance cuts, which reduces the need for the reciprocating saw and many other tools, and eliminates many secondary cutting operations. With its 8.5-in. flush-cut recessed blade, it offers deeper controlled cuts, including a 3-1/8-in. lower deck cut and a 1-9/16-in. front deck cut.

ToolRank user SulSaw posted a really cool video in the TR forums that showcases the first zero clearance flush cutting circular saw. The Straight Flush was designed and built by a professional contractor of 15 years, who was looking for a faster way to do his job.

READ FULL REVIEW HERE Cuz-D Straight Flush Saw
The Straight Flush Saw is something new to the market – in fact it seems to still be getting to the market. In any case, the tool is a remake of the circular saw in such as way as to facilitate both deeper cuts, and more importantly, cuts that allow completely flush positioning against studs, posts, headers and more. The idea is that the new Flush Saw can be a single tool that would replace the necessity to use a standard circular saw and finish with a recip saw – or jump to a reciprocating saw for a job that would be much cleaner with a high-speed circular saw cut.


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