Originally Posted by willowbilly3
I have a Dewalt that gets occasional use, might be 5 years old. I do have to use a speed square to check it after I move it and need a perfect cut but most of the time I square up my pieces when I weld so a slight inaccuracy isn't an issue. If the wheel is wandering it's because you're crowding it, usually because you have a crappy wheel. The one that comes with them is junk. I use Brill-Blade wheels and they cut great and last real good.
Willowbilly3.. I think he's talking about a metal cutting chop saw with a metal blade...Not a abrasive chop saw... The metal cutting chop saw has lower RPM's then the abrasive chop saw...