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A mitre saw is a functional tool that lets you cut through numerous angles. It is a must-have item for woodworkers, carpenters, and anyone in the construction industry. You can choose among the many different mitre saws available on the market today, but the buying process can be confusing. This buying guide will help you find the best mitre saw that will fit your needs.

Features to Consider When Buying Mitre Saw

All craftsmen know that the best mitre saw is the one that matches their requirements. They know that there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all. Some models can do better crosscuts, while others have better stability. Not all mitre saws have built-in clamps, as well as moulding and framing tools. Below are the basic features commonly found on mitre saws.

Blade

The blade determines the height and depth of the cut. They usually come in 8, 10, and 12 inches. If you plan to purchase a mitre saw for home use, it is important to think about the items that you want to cut. Blades are designed to cut wood, mild steel, or aluminum. 

Mitre

A mitre saw can cut in mitres, also known as angled cuts. This type of saw will normally come with varying degrees angle for you to be able to cut different angled joints. However, you need to know that some models can only swing one way and let you mitre only one side. Most craftsmen prefer saws that cut on two sides.

Slide

Many newer models let you do a sliding action as you cut. This movement allows you to move the tool out in order to make a wider cut width. This can be a very handy feature.

Lights

Some models have lights that can help you work, even in poor lighting conditions.

Laser Line

This is another handy feature that lets you see the line of cut, as well as where the blade will come in contact with the item.

Accessories

Some handymen have their own stand, benches, or tables. You may want to consider getting a stand, as well as roller carriers, a clamp, and supports. Many mitre saw models have speed settings so you will have more control over your cutting work.

Dust Extraction

A mitre saw can create a bit of dust. This is why the latest models now come with a dust extractor that helps remove the dust particles. It is a helpful feature that keeps your jobsite clean and allows your lungs to breathe freely.

Corded or Cordless 

Some of the latest models have a cordless design that lets you move around with ease. It can help you avoid the possibility of accidentally cutting off the power cord. While this is less likely to happen, it still pays to stay vigilant and maintain safety at all times. 

Final Tips

The best mitre saw should be able to provide the basic features, such as cutting at numerous angles. With a wide range of designs available today, you need to look for a mitre saw that can work well on your target projects. You now know the important details to look for in a mitre saw. Determine the features that you need, and you will find your very own mitre saw in no time.

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