Dremel Saw-Max Circular Cutting Tool

Dremel Saw-Max Circular Cutting Tool

The Dremel Saw-Max can be used to cut:

  • Wood
  • Plastic
  • Metal
  • Drywall
  • Tile
  • Masonry
  • Concrete

Features of the Dremel Saw-Max include:

  • Interchangeable 3” diameter blades.
  • Powerful 6-amp, 17,000 RPM motor.
  • Worm gear drive.
  • Maximum 3/4″ cutting depth.
  • Choice of two cutting positions allowing plunge or rip cuts.

The Dremel Saw-Max is available at The Home Depot. Watch this video to find out more.

Further Information

Jodi Marks: If you’re in the market for a versatile tool system, look no further than the tool aisle here. Take a look at all of the options that you have. But let me show you one of these that has just hit the market. This is by Dremel and this is called the Saw-Max.

Now, why are they calling it the Saw-Max? Because there’s a maximum amount of things that you can do with this saw. The kit actually comes with different blades, I’ve got the multi-purpose blade on here, with that I can cut wood, I can cut PVC, I can cut drywall, I can cut copper piping, I can cut metal. I pop on the tile blade, and I can cut tile. I can also pop on the masonry blade, and I can cut concrete, masonry, block. Again, the uses are just endless.

Another thing I like, it’s got a trigger release. If I want to make a quick cut, if I’ve got to make a rip on plywood, all I got to do is lock that down, hold it in place and I can make a long rip. This is a great tool to have on hand if you don’t want to pull out the big, old circular saw, or if you’re just going to be making some really quick cuts. You know what? I have to say, Saw-Max, that’s a pretty great name for this tool.


  1. I bought this sawmax. It stared smoking after the first couple of cuts.
    Do I need a new blade already? I am cutting flooring. Why would it smoke?

  2. I love my Dremel Saw-Max! I work on DIY and craft projects. With a shoulder joint problem, using the circular saw was out of the question. I looked at oscillating saws, but cringed when I saw the price and the requirement to purchase so many gadgets to make it viable. Then I spotted my Saw-Max at my local Ace Hardware. It is the best ever! Easy to operate and light weight. The first DIY I completed was a bookcase niche. The saw was easy to use with my portable workbench and made child’s play out of cutting the various size boards and trim. Since then, I’ve cut lightweight metal and PVC pipe like they were butter. By the way, I am an independent 64-year-old lady. And I’ve already sold my circular saws!


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