Buying a Miter Saw Blade

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Aside from getting the correct size , the main consideration when choosing a crosscut for your saw is whether the saw is a stationary or sliding saw. On , regular crosscut blades can tend to take a deeper bite and “climb” the material, posing a possible danger. To reduce “climbing,” manufacturers designed blades with teeth set at a negative hook angle that won’t bite so aggressively. If you’re using a sliding miter saw, these are your best – and safest – bet.

What you need to know about hook angle blades.

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