How to Use 10 compound 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?

If you need to learn how to use your miter saw, follow this guide and you’ll see just how easy it is to make any of the 4 types of miter saw cuts: 1 Crosscut 2 Miter cut 3 Bevel cut 4 Compound cut

What's the advantage of a sliding miter saw?

Sliding compound miter saws have all the versatility of compound miter saws and a sliding feature, similar to a radial arm saw, allowing you to move the blade forward and backward. The major advantage of the sliding feature is the increased length of cut it provides.

Do you need a mask to use a miter saw?

With the miter saw, this includes safety glasses, earplugs, and for some types of material (like MDF), you may want to use a face mask to keep from breathing in too much fine dust. Now depending on the type of cut you’ll be making, you may need to make an adjustment to the miter gauge, or the bevel gauge, or both (for compound cuts).

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