how do you use a miter saw

How do you use a compound miter saw?

Let the saw cut and then guide it downward. Once you have completed the cut release the trigger while the blade is in the wood. Let the saw come to a stop before lifting it out of the wood. A compound miter saw has a blade that will cut miters and bevels at the same time (thus the name compound, as in compound cut.)

What kind of cuts can you make with a miter saw?

There are 4 basic types of cuts you can make using a miter saw. This is a simple 90 deg cut across the board. It is probably the most used cut. This is an angled cut across the width of the board. This is made by moving the table to the required angle. For example, 45° is a very common angle. It is an angled cut across the thickness of the board.

Can a miter saw be used as a workstation?

You can build a workstation that integrates the miter saw into its functionality. This makes it easy to position boards and hold them in place while you make the cut. The miter saw sits below the surface so that the work area is even all the way across. A good example is in the picture below:

How do you make a bevel cut with a miter saw?

Pull trigger from the upper position and lower the handle to complete the cut. For a bevel cut using a compound miter saw: Place the marked board face-up, or flat, onto the saw base and its edge pushed against the fence. Adjust the bevel gauge at the rear of the saw and tilt the blade to the correct angle.

Miter Saw Safety Rules – Emory EHSO

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