George Vondriska talks miter saw safety and demonstrates why he prefers to release the trigger and let his miter saw blade come to a complete stop once he’s made a cut before returning it to its original position. The answer is two-fold: 1) You won’t have any small offcut pieces ricocheting around your workshop and 2) You avoid dragging the teeth across your cut line and guarantee optimal end-grain.
A good tip George. Most rookies will not do this
I’m still nodding my head and something so simple . It makes you
feel simple for not thinking about it yourself.
Yes, I also was nodding my head ! Great job as usual George.
Great tip! And yes George ….. I was nodding my head !!
Glad I watched, thank you for your time.
Excellent tip. Thanks.