Useful Info About Miter Saw Zero Clearance

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Author: Lisa
Published: 17 Nov 2021

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Compound Sliding Miter Saws

A compound sliding miter saw is a great tool for homeowners because it is easy to set up and use. Most sliding saws need three feet of clearance to work. Who wants a three foot deep workbench?

Not me. Things are changing. There are new saws that are easy to mount on a two foot deep cabinet.

The C12RSH2 Dual Compound Sliding Saw

A saw can be a source of noise and can be a nuisance to those around you. Over time, exposure to a lot of noise can cause hearing loss. A special type of saw called a miter saw allows you to cut a variety of angles.

It has a blade that is attached to a swing arm that pivots left or right to produce cuts. The difference between a Miter Saw and other saws is that it lets you make cuts at different angles. A swing arm of a Miter Saw has a blade on it that pivots left or right to cut.

While the blade sizes are interchangeable with table saws, a table saws is more suited for long rip cuts with the grain and pulling the material into the blade. The new dual compound sliding saw from the company, called the C12RSH2, requires zero rear clearance. The saw head can glide along the rails without the rear clearance that other sliding saws require.

A Z0 clearance plate for a Miter Saw

The poor cut on the bottom side of the board is a big disadvantage of most miter saws. The saw blows out the fibers at the edge of the cut when it cuts through the bottom of the board. A zero clearance plate is the best solution. They aren't available for most saws.

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