Cutting wood on your miter saw is pretty routine, but did you know that you can also use your miter saw to cut non-ferrous metals like aluminum and brass? However there are some rules you have to follow to make sure the cuts are safe, and that cut quality is good. This video gives you all the info you need in order to make the cut.
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