George Vondriska

Selecting a Sliding Miter Saw Blade

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You can’t beat the cut quality of a sliding miter saw for your woodworking projects. Master woodworker George Vondriska discusses some of the key components of the DeWalt Precision Trim Saw Blade that make it optimal for cutting materials like aluminum and MDF, and teaches you what to look for when shopping for your own sliding miter saw blade including teeth count, hook angle and an option called a Triple Chip GrindĀ (TCG).

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One Response to “Selecting a Sliding Miter Saw Blade”

  1. RANDY

    Would a negative hook angle blade work for a non-sliding miter saw? If not what would be the proper hook angle for one?

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