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Posted on Cabinet saw, mitre saw, radial arm saw.... too many saws??

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TungOil

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#1 posted 03-01-2019 10:57 PM

I use all three. I also like the RAS for cross cutting, I have mine set up at 90 degrees and it never moves from there. I like my miter saw for the angled stuff and find mine very accurate (Bosch), but it doesn’t have quite enough cross cut capability to replace my RAS. You can of course do all of those cuts on a TS very accurately. Many will use the RAS or chop saw to break down rough material, then do the finish cuts on the TS.

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