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A miter saw (also known as a power miter box and "mitre saw" outside of the United States) is a saw used to make accurate crosscuts and miters in a workpiece by pulling a large mounted circular saw blade down onto a board in a quick motion. Miter saws are also commonly incorrectly referred to as chop saws.

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  • A miter saw (also known as a power miter box and "mitre saw" outside of the United States) is a saw used to make accurate crosscuts and miters in a workpiece by pulling a large mounted circular saw blade down onto a board in a quick motion. Miter saws are also commonly incorrectly referred to as chop saws.
  • A miter saw (also known as a power miter box and "mitre saw" outside of the United States) is a saw used to make accurate crosscuts and miters in a workpiece by pulling a large mounted circular saw blade down onto a board in a quick motion. Miter saws are also commonly referred to as chop saws.
  • A miter saw is a saw used to make accurate crosscuts and miters in a workpiece by positioning a mounted blade onto a board. A Miter Saw in its earliest form was composed of a back saw in a miter box, but in modern implementation consists of a powered circular saw that can be positioned at a variety of angles and lowered onto a board positioned against a backstop. Powered miter saws are also commonly referred to as chop saws.
  • A miter saw is a saw used to make accurate crosscuts and miters in a workpiece by positioning a mounted blade onto a board. A miter saw in its earliest form was composed of a back saw in a miter box, but in modern implementation consists of a powered circular saw that can be positioned at a variety of angles and lowered onto a board positioned against a backstop. Powered miter saws are also commonly referred to as chop saws.
  • A miter saw or mitre saw is a saw used to make accurate crosscuts and miters in a workpiece by positioning a mounted blade onto a board. A miter saw in its earliest form was composed of a back saw in a miter box, but in modern implementation consists of a powered circular saw that can be positioned at a variety of angles and lowered onto a board positioned against a backstop. Powered miter saws are also commonly referred to as chop saws.
  • A miter saw or mitre saw is a saw used to make accurate crosscuts and miters in a workpiece by positioning a mounted blade onto a board. A miter saw in its earliest form was composed of a back saw in a miter box, but in modern implementation consists of a powered circular saw that can be positioned at a variety of angles and lowered onto a board positioned against a backstop called the fence. Miter saws are primarily used for cutting wood trim and molding, but can be used to also cut metal, masonry, and plastics as well via the appropriate type of blade is used for the material being cut.
  • A miter saw or mitre saw is a saw used to make accurate crosscuts and miters in a workpiece by positioning a mounted blade onto a board. A miter saw in its earliest form was composed of a back saw in a miter box, such as DUEBEL miter box with back saw, but in modern implementation consists of a powered circular saw that can be positioned at a variety of angles and lowered onto a board positioned against a backstop called the fence. There are also both corded and cordless versions of the saw available from several different manufacturers.
  • A miter saw or mitre saw is a saw used to make accurate crosscuts and miters in a workpiece by positioning a mounted blade onto a board. A miter saw in its earliest form was composed of a back saw in a miter box, but in modern implementation consists of a powered circular saw that can be positioned at a variety of angles and lowered onto a board positioned against a backstop called the fence. Miter saws are primarily used for cutting wood trim and molding, but also can be used to cut metal, masonry, and plastics, provided the appropriate type of blade is used for the material being cut.
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  • A miter saw (also known as a power miter box and "mitre saw" outside of the United States) is a saw used to make accurate crosscuts and miters in a workpiece by pulling a large mounted circular saw blade down onto a board in a quick motion. Miter saws are also commonly incorrectly referred to as chop saws.
  • A miter saw (also known as a power miter box and "mitre saw" outside of the United States) is a saw used to make accurate crosscuts and miters in a workpiece by pulling a large mounted circular saw blade down onto a board in a quick motion. Miter saws are also commonly referred to as chop saws.
  • A miter saw is a saw used to make accurate crosscuts and miters in a workpiece by positioning a mounted blade onto a board. A Miter Saw in its earliest form was composed of a back saw in a miter box, but in modern implementation consists of a powered circular saw that can be positioned at a variety of angles and lowered onto a board positioned against a backstop. Powered miter saws are also commonly referred to as chop saws.
  • A miter saw is a saw used to make accurate crosscuts and miters in a workpiece by positioning a mounted blade onto a board. A miter saw in its earliest form was composed of a back saw in a miter box, but in modern implementation consists of a powered circular saw that can be positioned at a variety of angles and lowered onto a board positioned against a backstop. Powered miter saws are also commonly referred to as chop saws.
  • A miter saw or mitre saw is a saw used to make accurate crosscuts and miters in a workpiece by positioning a mounted blade onto a board. A miter saw in its earliest form was composed of a back saw in a miter box, but in modern implementation consists of a powered circular saw that can be positioned at a variety of angles and lowered onto a board positioned against a backstop. Powered miter saws are also commonly referred to as chop saws.
  • A miter saw or mitre saw is a saw used to make accurate crosscuts and miters in a workpiece by positioning a mounted blade onto a board. A miter saw in its earliest form was composed of a back saw in a miter box, but in modern implementation consists of a powered circular saw that can be positioned at a variety of angles and lowered onto a board positioned against a backstop called the fence. Powered miter saws also cut bevels into a work piece by adjusting the vertical tilt axis of upper portion of the machine while the table lats flat horizontally. Miter saws which the axis can be tilted in a single direction is known as a single compound miter saw. If the axis can tilt both left and right it is known as a double bevel compound miter saw. Some are equipped with a sliding rail system or have a pivot arm to cut wider work pieces when laid flat on the table of the saw and flush against the fence. This is known as a sliding compound miter saw. Miter saws are primarily used for cutting wood trim and molding, but can be used to also cut metal, masonry, and plastics as well via the appropriate type of blade is used for the material being cut. Miter saws come in a variety of sizes as well. The most common sizes are seven and a quarter inch, ten inch, and twelve inch size blades. Each of which has its own cutting capacity. There are also both corded and cordless versions of the saw available from several different manufacturers. A common misnomer that is sometimes used to refer to a miter saw is the chop saw. Although somewhat similar in the cutting action of the machines, they are two entirely different types of saw. A chop saw is specifically meant to cut metal and typically operated while laying flat on the ground with the blade fixed at 90° vertical. A chop saw cannot make a miter cut unless manipulated by the operator as opposed to the function of the machine itself.
  • A miter saw or mitre saw is a saw used to make accurate crosscuts and miters in a workpiece by positioning a mounted blade onto a board. A miter saw in its earliest form was composed of a back saw in a miter box, but in modern implementation consists of a powered circular saw that can be positioned at a variety of angles and lowered onto a board positioned against a backstop called the fence. Powered miter saws also cut bevels into a work piece by adjusting the vertical tilt axis of upper portion of the machine while the table lats flat horizontally. Miter saws which the axis can be tilted in a single direction is known as a single compound miter saw. If the axis can tilt both left and right it is known as a double bevel compound miter saw. Some are equipped with a sliding rail system or have a pivot arm to cut wider work pieces when laid flat on the table of the saw and flush against the fence. This is known as a sliding compound miter saw. Miter saws are primarily used for cutting wood trim and molding, but can be used to also cut metal, masonry, and plastics as well via the appropriate type of blade is used for the material being cut. Miter saws come in a variety of sizes as well. The most common sizes are 180, 250 and 300 mm (7 1⁄4, 10 and 12 in) size blades. Each of which has its own cutting capacity. There are also both corded and cordless versions of the saw available from several different manufacturers. A common misnomer that is sometimes used to refer to a miter saw is the chop saw. Although somewhat similar in the cutting action of the machines, they are two entirely different types of saw. A chop saw is specifically meant to cut metal and typically operated while laying flat on the ground with the blade fixed at 90° vertical. A chop saw cannot make a miter cut unless manipulated by the operator as opposed to the function of the machine itself.
  • A miter saw or mitre saw is a saw used to make accurate crosscuts and miters in a workpiece by positioning a mounted blade onto a board. A miter saw in its earliest form was composed of a back saw in a miter box, such as DUEBEL miter box with back saw, but in modern implementation consists of a powered circular saw that can be positioned at a variety of angles and lowered onto a board positioned against a backstop called the fence. Powered miter saws also cut bevels into a work piece by adjusting the vertical tilt axis of upper portion of the machine while the table lats flat horizontally. Miter saws which the axis can be tilted in a single direction is known as a single compound miter saw. If the axis can tilt both left and right it is known as a double bevel compound miter saw. Some are equipped with a sliding rail system or have a pivot arm to cut wider work pieces when laid flat on the table of the saw and flush against the fence. This is known as a sliding compound miter saw. Miter saws are primarily used for cutting wood trim and molding, but can be used to also cut metal, masonry, and plastics as well via the appropriate type of blade is used for the material being cut. Miter saws come in a variety of sizes as well. The most common sizes are 180, 250 and 300 mm (7 1⁄4, 10 and 12 in) size blades. Each of which has its own cutting capacity. There are also both corded and cordless versions of the saw available from several different manufacturers. A common misnomer that is sometimes used to refer to a miter saw is the chop saw. Although somewhat similar in the cutting action of the machines, they are two entirely different types of saw. A chop saw is specifically meant to cut metal and typically operated while laying flat on the ground with the blade fixed at 90° vertical. A chop saw cannot make a miter cut unless manipulated by the operator as opposed to the function of the machine itself.
  • A miter saw or mitre saw is a saw used to make accurate crosscuts and miters in a workpiece by positioning a mounted blade onto a board. A miter saw in its earliest form was composed of a back saw in a miter box, but in modern implementation consists of a powered circular saw that can be positioned at a variety of angles and lowered onto a board positioned against a backstop called the fence. Powered miter saws also cut bevels into a work piece by adjusting the vertical tilt axis of upper portion of the machine while the table lats flat horizontally. A miter saw for which the axis can be tilted in a single direction is known as a single compound miter saw. If the axis can tilt both left and right, it is known as a double bevel compound miter saw. Some are equipped with a sliding rail system or have a pivot arm to cut wider work pieces when laid flat on the table of the saw and flush against the fence. This is known as a sliding compound miter saw. Miter saws are primarily used for cutting wood trim and molding, but can be used to also cut metal, masonry, and plastics as well via the appropriate type of blade is used for the material being cut. Miter saws come in a variety of sizes as well. The most common sizes are 180, 250 and 300 mm (7+1⁄4, 10 and 12 in) size blades. Each of which has its own cutting capacity. There are also both corded and cordless versions of the saw available from several different manufacturers. A common misnomer that is sometimes used to refer to a miter saw is the chop saw. Although somewhat similar in the cutting action of the machines, they are two entirely different types of saw. A chop saw is specifically meant to cut metal and typically operated while laying flat on the ground with the blade fixed at 90° vertical. A chop saw cannot make a miter cut unless manipulated by the operator as opposed to the function of the machine itself.
  • A miter saw or mitre saw is a saw used to make accurate crosscuts and miters in a workpiece by positioning a mounted blade onto a board. A miter saw in its earliest form was composed of a back saw in a miter box, but in modern implementation consists of a powered circular saw that can be positioned at a variety of angles and lowered onto a board positioned against a backstop called the fence. Powered miter saws also cut bevels into a work piece by adjusting the vertical tilt axis of upper portion of the machine while the table lats flat horizontally. A miter saw for which the axis can be tilted in a single direction is known as a single compound miter saw. If the axis can tilt both left and right, it is known as a double bevel compound miter saw. Some are equipped with a sliding rail system or have a pivot arm to cut wider work pieces when laid flat on the table of the saw and flush against the fence. This is known as a sliding compound miter saw. Miter saws are primarily used for cutting wood trim and molding, but also can be used to cut metal, masonry, and plastics, provided the appropriate type of blade is used for the material being cut. Miter saws come in a variety of sizes. The most common sizes are 180, 250 and 300 mm (7+1⁄4, 10 and 12 in) size blades, each of which has its own cutting capacity. Both corded and cordless versions of the saw are available from several different manufacturers. A common misnomer that is sometimes used to refer to a miter saw is the chop saw. Although somewhat similar in their cutting action, they are two entirely different types of saw. A chop saw is specifically meant to cut metal and is typically operated while laid flat on the ground with the blade fixed at 90° vertical. A chop saw cannot make a miter cut unless manipulated by the operator as opposed to the function of the machine itself.
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