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Woodchuck1957

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#1 posted 04-08-2009 07:13 PM

Purp, comeon now. For one, the board he cut isn’t anywhere near 12” wide, plus what he spent on the miter gauge setup he has would of put a good dent in the price of a new miter saw and would be safer. I’m not saying anyone has to spend $600 on a miter saw, my DeWalt 10” and 12” compound miters saws combined didn’t cost $600, and material stops are usually available from the manufacturer of the saw. Miter saws are more versitile than I think you know, some sliders you can set the depth of cut and do multiple passes for a dado cut, it beats the heck out of seting up a dado blade in the table saw for only one or two quick dadoes and then haveing to put the regular blade back in when your done. Every tool has it’s correct application. Work smarter, not harder my friend. Be one with the tool Grasshopper.


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