How to Make Multiple Cuts on a Power Miter Saw
By: Joe Truini
A stop block works great for making repetitive cuts of the same length on a power miter saw. You can also use a stop block to gang cut several pieces at the same time. Here’s how:
- Clamp a square cut scrap of 1/2″ plywood to the miter saw fence.
- Place a carpenter’s square on the miter saw table, and carefully align the fence so it’s square with the table.
- Stake several pieces of stock on the miter saw table, making sure they’re all in contact with the stop block.
- Hold the stock firmly against the miter saw fence.
- Turn on the miter saw and cut through all the pieces of stock at the same time.
- Choosing a Saw for Your Workshop (article)
- Understanding Power Tools (article)
- How to Make a Portable Work Table for a Miter Saw (video)
- Make Perfect Crosscuts and Rip Cuts with a Circular Saw (video)
Videos You May Like
|Making Wider Miter Saw Cuts||Using the Right Power Saw||How to Make and Use a Jig||Power Tool Primer|