Sliding Vs Non Sliding Miter Saw Which Makes The Cuts You Need
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Miter saws are intimidating-looking machines; they've got loads of knobs, levers, and complex looking adjustments, and they come advertised with tricky-sounding phrases like 'dual-bevel' and 'compound sliding'.
In a nutshell, miter saws basically come in three different varieties: standard, compound, and sliding.A standard miter saw is basically a chop saw that has the ability to make angled cuts, or 'miters'.
Compound miter saws can make both miters and bevels, (for the average woodworker it's rare to have to cut bevels), and lastly, on a sliding miter saw the blade slides out, allowing for the ability to cut wider boards.
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