Rockwell® has launched the BladeRunner™ X2, the newest version of their benchtop saw. On the BladeRunner X2 (Model RK7323), the control arm assembly now sits at the back of the tabletop to accommodate longer and wider workpieces for ripping and crosscutting. The new blade guard assembly incorporates a splitter to help keep straight cuts on track. A lower height profile of 6-3/4” is designed to create a comfortable working height when the saw is on a workbench or other flat surface. The BladeRunner X2 has a 5.5-amp motor and provides 3,000 strokes per minute. Instead of a saw blade, it uses standard 4”, T-shanked jigsaw blades of varying profiles to cut wood , aluminum and ceramic tile and mild steel. The BladeRunner X2 has a cutting capacity of 1-1/2” in wood and a blade stroke of ¾”. The BladeRunner X2 has a suggested price of $119.99.