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Posted on Crosscut with miter saw vs table saw

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#1 posted 03-06-2021 10:49 PM

A well made sled is the bomb. The only time it gets to lacking is when cutting long stock. But long stock is not often very wide. The wider the board the more you are into a slider and they seem to have more error from movement. I have a chop saw but removed it due to space limits. Now that it is gone I don’t miss it. I think of it as a framing saw that is loud and a dust machine. Waiting to do a mitre box rehab to do it manually when I need that cut. Not sure if this helps but from a tiny shop perspective it is what it is.

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