Tubing Cutter Saws have been discontinued, but parts will be available for the foreseeable future.
The use of a narrow carbide fine-tooth (40 teeth/inch or more)blade in a band saw, miter saw, or small table
saw coupled with a simple guide to keep the tubing directed 90-degrees to the blade, and a stop to set the desired
length of cut, will cut copper tubing precisely. The amount of burr left depends on the blade speed, angle, tooth set
and rake, but generally will be smaller if the blade is narrow and has a neutral or slightly negative tooth
rake angle, and little or no set. Blades for cutting countertop "Formica" may be used.