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All Stud Choppers use "Lifetime Blades". The prototype Stud Chopper still uses the original blade. The Stud Chopper was the
primary metal stud cutting tool used by the inventor's drywall company to cut heavy gauge metal framing studs with an average volume of approximate five million dollars per year.
Just ask yourself . . .
- How many chop saw blades do I buy per year?
- How many man-hours do I pay out for labor associated with cutting steel studs and track?
- Do I ever need extra manpower on a project because the cutting process is slowing down production?
- Do I ever cut heavier gauge studs, like 12 gauge or wider studs like 14" joists?