Wacker Neuson’s newest walk-behind floor saws, the BFS 614B (pictured) and BFS 614AB, are designed to bridge the gap between a hand-held cut-off saw and a larger walk-behind saw. As an alternative to using a cut-off saw with a cart, these compact saws offer better and faster cutting, and have a more stable design and operator ergonomics, the maker says. The BFS 614 models come with a 14-inch blade diameter and maximum cutting depth of 4.9 inches. The BFS 614B is equipped with a 6-hp Wacker Neuson 4-cycle engine. The BFS 614AB is powered by a 5.5-hp Honda engine with a cyclonic filter. Both models are suited for small cuts in asphalt and concrete.