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Mitre saws are initially designed for multiple angular and inclined sawing of wood materials. By the change in a certain cutting discs it‘s possible to cut plastics and aluminium. The working head of a mitre saw is equipped with a cutting blade with a diameter of at least 190 mm. In most cases, the larger the cutting disc, the larger materials can be sawed. Cutting head can be rotated relatively to the working table by a certain angle in the horizontal plane. Also tilted to some angle in the vertical plane for inclined cuts. Any mitre saw head can be tilted to up to 45 degrees verticaly to one side. More advanced models can be tilted to both sides and have a few extra degrees for that.
The first aspect when choosing the right mitre saw is it‘s sawing capacities. Don‘t make a mistake – cutting dimensions for inclined cuts are always lesser than for straight cuts for the same mitre saw.