A double-bevel is a convenience. Without it, you just have to turn the wood
(crown molding, e.g. around). And that assumes you cut crown molding laying
flat. If you cut CM angled in the saw, then you just need to miter it, and
the bevel is irrelevant.
I don't have a laser, and don't wish I did. I doubt the line they produce
is that sharp, and you can do just as well with your eye. I think they're a
I have a 12", and am very glad I bought it. It will crosscut a 2x8 with no
Get a 12".
You don't need the laser.
- posted on December 11, 2007, 11:38 am