How to Use sliding compound miter

When do you need a sliding compound miter saw?

Basically the only time you need a sliding compound miter saw is when you do angular cuts wider than 6 inches. For most people a 10 inch or 12-inch non-sliding compound miter saw is adequate. However, you should consider investing in a sliding saw if you ever dealing with a very large project that requires a large variety of cuts to be.

What kind of saw is a sliding compound?

A sliding compound miter saw is a mitre saw with guide rails on which the saw head can move back and forth. There are essentially three main kinds of miter saws out there. There are standard or basic miter saws.

How to cut compound miters and miter joints?

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What are the different types of miter saws?

There are two basic types of miter saws: the miter saw, and the compound miter saw, which can be beveled while the saw is turned to cut a miter at the same time. There are variations of both, such as a sliding miter saw, where the saw motor and blade can be pulled forward a short distance, a little like a Radial-Arm Saw.

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