Miter Saw / November 7, 2018 / Albertina Davide.
For starters a sliding compound miter saw is designed with two rail-like tubes that allow the blade to move back and forth in a larger range of motion. This grows crosscutting capacity by a few inches and allows users to through-cut wider boards (usually with one easy pass). Because of these tubes though sliding compound miters saws are typically heavier they are less portable and theyre more expensive. With the exception of some Bosch and Makita saws that utilize a kind of articulating arm in lieu of sliding-tubes sliding compound miters also require more room (especially at the rear of the saw) to work properly.
If you can use the entire 4-foot width of the Melamine or particle board by all means do so especially if your miter saw is of the "sliding compound miter" type. As for overall table height I would suggest that you build the miter saw table so that the top of the table comes to your belt line when standing. This will give you a comfortable working height and still allow you to bend over the table. There should be a gap cut through saw table top in the area where the saw is to be mounted. This gap must be exactly as wide as the top of your miter saw and must be open to the front of the table. The gap should close behind the top of the miter saw.
Producing a virtually unparalleled smoothness of cut the tool is unbelievably precise and offers optimal operator control throughout every conceivable working condition. The new axial system completely replaces the miter saws former and comparatively underdeveloped rail system with two multi-joint articulating (or hinged) arms which appear more akin to a space-robot than a power tool. These cast-iron arms also ensure the saw remains properly aligned and calibrated despite time and unfavorable environments. Additionally the saws axial design is not only responsible for its unmatched durability and crazy-smooth precision but it also folds to sit flush with the back of the saw saving up to 12" of workspace compared with a standard sliding compound miter saw.
And time is of the essence in woodworking and carpentry. There are times when you just need to finish a piece in a hurry. To make your woodworking or carpentry job faster you may need to get a power miter saw. Essential Uses of a Power Miter Saw: Also known as a chop saw or a drop saw the miter saw is every craftsman and carpenters best friend. It does not only help in making miter joints faster but it can also be used in other applications. Framing is one of the fastest building techniques. To facilitate framing construction carpenters need the right tools. One of the essential tools that carpenters will have is the power miter saw. In framing construction lots of frames are needed to be made in a short span of time. A miter saw does not only help in cutting frames at a fast rate but it also ensures that the frames are accurately cut. Molding is another essential construction material.