Sep 24 , 2018

Tape Tip for Your Miter Saw

Zero-Clearance Miter Saw

Safely Cut Thin Pieces with Your Miter Saw

When offcuts fall into the miter saw’s throat plate, they become projectiles. When the offcuts are actually the finished pieces – like these thin coasters – it’s not only dangerous it’s maddening! My solution is to place a couple layers of tape over the saw’s throatplate and cut a kerf. My parts no longer go airborne and it gives me a great place to mark cut lines. – Will Leighton

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