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What Does a Miter Saw Do

By Tool Scout | Miter Saw Advice

What’s the most underestimated or at least misunderstood power tool quietly treasured by professional contractors and master craftsmen? Well, if you ask any woodworking enthusiast or carpenter, they’re merely utter the words- a miter saw. But what exactly can a miter saw do, and what the hell is a dual bevel sliding compound miter saw? Is it […]

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What Size Miter Saw to Buy

By Tool Scout | Miter Saw Advice

It’s often challenging to buy the right power tool because they come in so many different variations and sizes. Although when it comes to miter saws, there’s less to contemplate regarding size and more pondering concerning the dissimilar types of miter saws and sub-types.  When it comes to sizes, things are pretty clear, at least for […]

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Can You Cut Metal With a Miter Saw

Can You Cut Metal With a Miter Saw

By Tool Scout | Miter Saw Advice

If you’re curious to know if it’s possible to cut metal with a miter saw, here’s something to keep in mind. A miter saw can cut through a wide range of materials and surfaces, including concrete. If that answer isn’t enough, don’t worry, we’ll elaborate on that further.  The following article will contain all the explanations […]

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How to Use a Miter Saw

How to Use a Miter Saw

By Tool Scout | Miter Saw Advice

A miter saw is a crucial tool for any carpenter. You don’t have to be a professional to use one, especially if you’re using a single bevel miter saw, which are a little easier to operate than their dual bevel counterpart.  If you want to learn how to use a miter saw and you’re interested in purchasing a compound miter saw, you’re in the right place. Keep […]

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How to Change a Miter Saw Blade

How to Change a Miter Saw Blade

By Tool Scout | Miter Saw Advice

Do you own a compound miter saw? Has its effectiveness started to decline? If the answer’s yes, it’s possible that the blade has gone dull. You can tell by the burn marks or intense chipping on the material you’re working on. Therefore, you’ll need a blade change.  Thankfully, this is far from difficult task. You’ll need a few tools […]

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