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Sliding Saws

Sliding Saws

The fixed miter saw is a far safer machine than the sliding miter saw.  To avoid having the saw run forward during a cut, you should push the saw back to make the cut.  The problem is that this can lift the work piece and jam the blade.  Once again, clamps or hold-downs are critical aids to properly using a sliding miter saw. 

Then there is the technique of the double cut - either for getting both sides of plastic laminates to cut clean - or for a perfectly square cut in very hard massive wood.

 

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