Wife and I are completeling some final touches on a guest house,
we designed and built and is approved by Building Code Inspectors.
Being somewhat of a prefectionist, we purchased a mitre box and
mitre saw, (instead of using the usual chain saw) to cut trim.
So I clamp in the piece and the box but pushing the brand new mitre
saw forward nearly breaks my arm! It has fine teeth but
binds so it's really hard to push forward.
Is there a trick I'm missing?
Thanks for replies Gents.
The humble 20x20x10 project used only a circular saw,
We sometimes use a jig-saw to cut curves, but for
real precise trim a jig is a bit sloppy.
We'll take the saw - miter - and a sample 1x2 back
to the Home hardware store and get further instructions
there, they're good, 99% of stuff works fine,and we're
steady customers, I think the saw teeth are misshaped.
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