DEWALT 12 Inch Sliding Compound Miter Saw with Rolling Stand
The DEWALT DWS779 slide compound miter saw is ideal for most cutting applications including crown molding up to 7-1/2 in. This miter saw is designed with a powerful 15 Amp, 3800 RPM motor that delivers extended power and durability. The exclusive back fence design cuts up to 2 in. x 14 in. dimensional lumbers at 90° and 2 in. x 10 in. at 45°.
The DEWALT DWX726 is a must-have for easy portability of your miter saw, the DEWALT 32-1/2 in. x 60 in. Rolling Miter Saw Stand features durable tubular steel construction for long-lasting use. With a 300 lbs. weight capacity and 8 ft. material accommodation, this stand is sturdy and strong and has rubber wheels for convenient transport. Perfect for use on the job site or in your workshop or garage, this stand is easily adjustable to suit your application’s needs.
The History Of Miter Saws
Miter saws make crosscuts and miter cuts in the wood by pulling down a large circular or table saw type blade in a quick motion. Long rip cuts are not possible with motor saws and are strategically designed for the table saws design. Miter saws are often referred to as drop downs or, desplegable on the job sites. Carpenters most commonly use miter saws to cut molding or decorative trim. There are a few different types of miter saws and they are: original miter box and saw, power standard miter saw, commons-miter saw, dual compound-miter saw, sliding compound miter saw and the laser LED miter-saws. The miter saws name is very close to how you feel about the saw when you see it.
Dewalt 12 Inch Sliding Compound Miter Saw with Rolling Stand
it is very intimidating looking yet when operating it gives you a sense of security in its power and fine cuts. The power miter saw makes cuts by pulling a spinning circular saw blade down onto a workpiece in a short, controlled motion. The workpiece is typically held against a fence, which provides a precise cutting angle between the plane of the blade and the plane of the longest workpiece edge. Original miter box and saw – The first miter saws usually consisted of a wooden or plastic three-sided box with 90° and 45° slits to guide a hand or back saw to make miter cuts in a piece of work.