Discover tips and techniques for using and maintaining your miter saw. Learn how to cut joinery for crown molding, tune up your miter saw, and get better results.
We put every battery-powered mitersaws to the test.
A 10" slider makes an ideal mitersaw for woodworking because of its wide crosscut, miter and bevel capacities, and portability for work in the house or outdoors.
Where can I get a 12" blade with a 5⁄8 " hole, or a 1"-to-5⁄8 " bushing?
Q: I want to use my mitersaw to miter-cut four pieces of 1×4" stock to the same length for a square frame. How can I do that precisely?
Is it okay to use the old tablesaw blade— which was fairly new itself—to replace my worn out mitersaw blade? It appears to fit, but I don’t want to do anything unsafe.
My 10" compound mitersaw can’t quite cut completely through a 2×6, leaving a tiny corner uncut. Is there a way to squeeze just a little more capacity out of my mitersaw?