One way to cut an angle beyond the capability of your compound miter saw is to use a 90-degree jig. Here’s how to make one.
This Japanese-made sliding miter saw performs exceptionally well for cutting trim and other general finish-carpentry tasks.
Make a simple jig from scrap wood to make safe easy cuts at angles greater than 45 degrees with your compound miter saw or chop saw.
The Skilsaw SPT88-01 12-in. worm-drive miter saw is powerful and has class-leading crosscut capacity.
With its 36V battery, this 7 1/2 in. cordless saw can last a day or more on one charge, even at a production-carpentry pace.
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This technique will help eliminate the risk of projectile offcuts and also improve the smoothness of the cut.
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