A double-bevel miter saw creates angled cuts on either the left or the right side of a material, allowing for cuts in both directions without the need to rearrange the material. For comparison, a single-bevel saw cuts in... More »

Compound-Miter.com and EliteTrimWorks.com provide charts for compound miter saw cuts. To find the correct chart, review the ones on each website for the corner angle that matches your project. More »

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To cut a 90-degree angle on crown molding using a compound miter saw, simply hold the molding on the saw bed upside down. Cut at the same angle as the shape of the wall's corner. More »

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Use a power miter saw by keeping it steady and holding it firm. Make sure you adjust the angle for cleaner cuts as well as practice safety techniques. Manual miter saws may require a different set of techniques. More »

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To replace a blade on a Delta miter saw, unscrew the guards from the saw and then use a wrench to unscrew the bolt holding the blade while holding the bolt in place on the other side with an Allen wrench. Remove the old ... More »

When making compound miter cuts, always test the angles with scrap material before making the final cut. Bear in mind that the cuts are directional, so there is always a left side and a right side. To make compound miter... More »

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Diamond cutting blades are grinding wheels with bonded diamond particles that make cuts by scratching out material. Many types of diamond blades are available, most of which are designed for wet cutting. Water prevents o... More »

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