My metal chop saw went up in smoke yesterday
I had thought I had seen one of these not too long ago, so I did a little research.
Cuts metal with a blade (doesn't get smaller as you use it)
Cut is just barely warm to the touch
Makes smooth cut with very little burr
It went and bought one today and I'm impressed, it cuts 1 inch steel tubing (old seat frame) like it was butter with a hot knife. If blade life isn't an
issue (they claim 750 cuts of 2 inch square tubing) it will make cutting steel more of an enjoyable task. And the blade is resharpen able.
It is also much heavier built than my abrasive disk chop saws.
On sale 'till end of September at $100 off.
If you are doing much metal work, this seems to be the ticket.