How to choose a mitre saw
When you’re making cross-cuts or angle cuts in wood or composite, for projects like baseboards and door frames, you need a mitre saw.
Positive stops, which are pre-marked notches that let you lock in the wood for common angles, allow you to make accurate cuts quickly and easily.
A laser guide projects a sharp line onto the surface you’re cutting, helping you make accurate cuts without having to mark them manually.
Look for a good dust collection feature that helps keep your workspace clean and safe. Some models can be attached to a wet/dry vac. Dust collection reduces the amount of dust and particles that accumulate inside the machine, helping to prolong the machine life.
A soft start feature will manage the intensity of motor start-up, offering you more refined performance and minimizing the chance of tripping a circuit breaker.