How to Use compound miter saw stand

Why do you need a compound miter saw?

A compound miter saw is widely-regarded as the most accurate tool for making crosscuts on wood, whether those cuts are square, angled or beveled. In many cases, these saws will allow the user to angle and bevel the cut at the same time, creating precise yet complex compound cuts.

How to make your own miter saw work stand?

Glue wing pieces together for double thickness on both sides of the table. Place the glued pieces together on the table saw top and trim to their final size. Make sure to clamp them down with cinder blocks or an F clamp before you make the cuts.

What kind of Miter Saw do you use to cut molding?

The compound miter saw allows you to make cuts in the vertical and horizontal planes at the same time. This is accomplished by tilting the blade to the left or right to create a beveled edge. The compound miter saw is best for cutting molding – especially crown molding.

Can a miter saw be fitted with a laser guide?

It can easily be fitted on the blade, by replacing the washer that holds the blade with the laser guide, and Bang!, your miter saw has a laser. Whenever you want to make a cut, you no longer have to stress yourself trying to align the blade with your mark.

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