Using a Sacrificial Fence for Precision on a Miter Saw

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Duration: 3:25

Trial and error isn’t always the best choice for making cuts on your miter saw because it’s not precise and you could waste valuable wood. So George Vondriska gives you a simple tip that will avoid trial and error and help you be super precise. He recommends using a sacrificial fence to make your cuts beforehand, allowing you to check them on a piece of scrap before making the real cut.

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