I am looking to buy a 12" compound sliding miter saw and i'm trying to find
the most accurate best overall. If opinions comparing the saws have already
been given, please point me in the right direction, and it has not what is
considered the most accurate and best overall miter saw.
This isn't what you are looking for, but if you have a table saw, then
IMO, you are better off to get a regular 12" compound miter saw (not
sliding). Anything that is too wide to be cut on a 12" blade which
still needs furniture grade accuracy can be cut with the miter gauge on
the table saw (preferably an upgraded miter gauge with a long bar, like
Maybe the sliding saws are more accurate now, but I was really
frustrated with how radial arm saws had some slop and wouldn't cut
things exactly at the specified angle (the movement and flex in the arm
would cause the blade to move a bit).
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