Sawshoe was invented by Mike Lones based in Nashport, Ohio as a solution for reducing strain on hand-held saw users and significantly improving cutting efficiency. Lones spent years cutting natural stone and similar materials week in and week out and could not find a decent solution to lessen the strain that his hand-held power saw put on his body. This is how the Sawshoe came to be. It attaches to most hand-held power saw models from popular brands such as Stihl, Makita, Husqvarna, and Dolmar to deliver a 46% reduction in overall workload of cuts and a 53% reduction in force translated to the operators back. The Sawshoe also reduces waste by creating square cuts every time, extends the life of diamond saw blades, and has a locking depth gauge for consistency throughout each cut.