Sliding Table Saws for Wood Working - OAV Equipment and Tools, Inc.

It features 9 positive miter stops with ball and detent action for precision cuts. It has a 12 in. It includes two table extensions that offer added support when you're working with large pieces. Reviews 12 IN. Sliding Compound Miter Saw with Laser. Sliding Compound Miter Saw with Laser is rated 4. Rated 5 out of 5 by Darkhorse81 from Exactly what I was looking for I bought this product as a new homeowner with a few home improvement projects in mind.

In process of accomplishing some of the basics and utilizing the saw more and more, my list continues to grow. The ease of operation, high quality components and reliable safety features give me the confidence to take on progressively harder projects.

Excellent value and durability for the weekend woodworker. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Rhilt from Excellent Purchased this saw after reading other reviews, and very happy with the purchase.

Operating the sliding function on this saw if very smooth. And the hand grip is comfortable even after extended use. It did take some adjusting to get the laser lines up, but I just followed the Instruction. Both angle adjustments on the saw are easy to read, and true to the markings.

Pair this with a diablo saw and it beats the competition. Rated 5 out of 5 by six6pennies from I can cut trim! Got this for my 65th birthday and made beautiful furniture with it! Either it, or I, am amazing. Built my youngest son a dining table for his first home. Built a piece in honor of the memory of one of my little sisters. Rated 5 out of 5 by Tshirey from Favorite tool in my collection I recently purchase a house built in and I am updating everything from the floor joists to the shingles.

This tool has made every project so much easier. I use it daily and have not been disappointed with it in the slightest. Rated 5 out of 5 by JAW from Straight and true right out of the box.

The saw is well designed and easy to use. If you have spent any time in a home center or lumberyard recently, you know that there is a lot of substandard material available that may not be usable for a fine woodworking project. Woodworkers learn how to pick through the stack to find suitable pieces of stock to avoid warped, cupped, bowed, twisted, and split boards. Nearly every woodworking project in one form or another will require you to check some intersection, joint, or board end for squareness, or "square.

For small projects, you can use a squaring tool, such as a try square, speed square, or framing square. For larger projects, you can check for square by measuring diagonally between opposing corners: The assembly is square when the measurements are equal. In addition to woodworking tools, many shop accessories make woodworking tasks safer and easier to complete.

These range from simple shop-made jigs to dust collection systems to storage strategies. Hardwood boards and softwood lumber may look similar in shape and dimension, but they are sold using completely different measuring systems. Softwoods are typically sold in standard lumber dimensions such as a 2x4 , whereas hardwoods are most often sold by the board foot.

Calculating board feet helps you guarantee that you're getting your money's worth on every piece of hardwood you purchase.

The Most Useful Woodworking Machines. Continue to 5 of 8 below. Selecting Lumber for Your Woodworking Projects. The Easy Way to Check for Square. How to Calculate Board Feet.

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