The first cabinet table saw was recorded in 1777 in the United States by Samuel Miller – an English Man. A table saw offers all wooden and metal cutting needs. It had a blade, which was made of steel and cast iron- a heavy metal which can withstand friction and intensive cutting process. They are also known for reduction of vibration while enhancing on accuracy. The cabinet stored motors and the dust collector, motors provided power to run the blade, although there are some which are purely hand powered. The cabinet had adjustable knobs to accommodate different height and allow dust collection through a dust collector, which can hinder the blade from cutting. The blade is circular to improve on accuracy when operating the machine.

This woodworking tool( was massively used by the military to cut through various premises during their operations and training. The circular saw rotates because of rotary motion. The speed of rotation is intense allowing the tool to penetrate through the hardwood and heavy metals. The blades are replaceable to accommodate different types of material that need to be cut. When you require heavy cutting of metal you fix a thick and stronger circular blade; the rest of the parts are intact.

It is used by a single user to operate the machine; once mounted on a table top, the clamp makes a better grip so that, the material being cut does not slip and cause injury. The circular saw is better than the up down saw, hence highly recommended during that time before the invention of an electric power saw. The sound was louder compared to the earlier types of saws.

How it works
Once you have clamped the material to the blade on a tabletop to support depth and the lower parts of the material. You slowly push the material to the blade while watching the rate at which it cuts, which determines the strength you input to place the material. The rotary motion and the sharp blade supports cutting of the material. Loose chippings are collected down using the collector they are raw materials for the inner fitting of furniture like the blackboard.

Comparison of the new and old circular saws
The first circular saw had a blade with a sharp tooth. They were efficient in cutting small pieces of wood and lathing tasks. In the 18th century, the invention of larger circular blades to run massive and commercial based cutting operations. This means they required more power which was not easy to handle using the hand hence the invention of the steam and motor engines to power the machines.

The first circular saw was ideal for DIY projects, which required simple cuttings for small sized woods and metal just like how joint planers that can do the job. Although they were tiresome and cumbersome to use, they provided the necessary power to run simple homemade projects. The tooth blades were replaceable once worn out. Traditional wood and metal cutting were a form of physical exercise since most of the machines were manually operated.