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Posted on Miter Saw -- a woodworker's friend?

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AHuxley

208 posts in 1926 days


#1 posted 759 days ago

I don’t think there is much question that on-site work will often include a miter saw of some sort and is essential to those people.

I am curious about the shop workers. I always use my cut list to cut my stock to rough length before milling, not only does it make it easier to mill it save wood on twisted and bowed boards. For those that build furniture and don’t commonly use a miter saw do you cut your boards to rough length? Sometimes in my bubble I can’t see out.


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