Compound mitre saw
I’m digging the plans for this portable DIY miter saw station! The folding design is easy to set up when you’re ready to work and fold down when you’re done. Plus, it’s mobile, so it can be moved from the shop to the yard, or to a buddy’s house to help with a project. Best of all, this mobile stand should fit nearly any miter saw. #sawsonskates
I wanted a large decorative wood bowl, but when I went to shop for them, they were all pretty expensive, so I decided to make my own bowl. I made these wood bowls without a lathe and without any strenuous carving! You can make these wood bowls using just a mitre saw (+ table saw to make it a little easier) and sanding tools! Sides (Table Saw) Starting with your table saw, cut your sides to width my sides are 4" but this number will vary depending on how deep or shallow you want y…
I was so frustrated! My miter saw was cutting crooked and all of the cuts for my DIY projects were messed up! Then I found this tutorial with the best tips! I learned how to square the blade to the table and the fence to the blade. Now my miter saw cuts straight every time! #mitersaw #diy #woodworking #woodworkingtips #woodworkingtools #woodworkingideas #diywoodworking #sawsonskates
It’s important to know, conclusively, that when you’re shooting for a 90-degree cut you’re going to get a precise 90-degree cut. While many woodworkers set up their saw by positioning a square between the blade and fence, I prefer to check the set up by making a cut. I don’t want to know if the saw is set at 90-degrees when it’s sitting still. I want to know if it’s precise when it’s cutting wood.
Woodworking jigs are a essential part of any woodworking shop. They are excellent for repetitive jobs in many wood working tasks. They make complex tasks much easier to handle and much faster. You can purchase pre made jigs or make your very own. Although they are affordable, making your own from scrap wood is even cheaper. Depending on the type of projects you like to do, you will require a variety of different jigs. - - #woodworking
Tips for Mastering the Miter Saw 14 Ways to Make Safe, Accurate Cuts with No Tear-Out by Tom Caspar At first glance, using a miter saw appears quite simple. But to get good results—that’s another story! Here are a handful of techniques and jigs, for pieces large and small, to help you make absolutely straight, splinter-free cuts right on your layout lines. Push Your Fence Back …