Once up a time I had a job building cabinets for a heavy construction company. They had to keep blueprints from jobs for a certain amount of years. These prints are typically kept rolled up, pretty large rolls with 100 pages or so, bridges, highways, etc. They had the idea to use 4" PVC pipe which they had plenty of. There are "chairs" used to group many different runs of pipe in situations like running utilities under bridges, in trenches, etc. I made a bunch of large cabinets with a plywood face with holes drilled to match an assembly of these pipes with the chairs. Probably about 20 pipes per cabinet section, 3 sections per cabinet and 20 cabinets. That required a lot of pipe cutting. Guess what I used, a self feed bandsaw, they aren't just for metal. Not sure what I would have done without the saw. If you have the need to cut a ton of PVC pipe nice and clean, square and to equal length, keep the saw, otherwise, there isn't much use for one in woodworking, LOL!