How to Use a Miter Saw!

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Congratulations on purchasing a Bosch might or saw. You'll soon be cutting wood like a boss. But first, let's get acquainted with your new machine. Power saws are designed to make angled cuts for molding trim work, rafters and other general carpentry applications. The saws also make straight cross cuts and when equipped with the right blade, the versatility of a miters saw is an important part of a tool arsenal for professional carpenters as well as do it yourselfers. This guide will teach you how to use a miters saw and offers mita tips and tricks for proper and safe operation. The first step of learning how to use a miters saw is to understand the difference between a Mitter cut and a bevel cut. A Mitter is an angle cut made across the face or wid of a board.