Circular saw-Worm Drive vs side-spinning
I know that in general carpentry most carpenters prefer worm drive. Someone told me that it is the torque.
Does worm drive cut more smoothly in cabinetry? Does it transmit power more uniformly? Is rotation of the blade more stable in speed (so less chance for any jerky motion)?
Do many use and prefer the worm drive in fine wwing, to cut 3/4 plywwod and mdf?
I think the worm drive has a lower profile, is it true?
One hybrid saw does not need oiling. I think it is the Makita. It is also not very expensive.