Used to make quick and accurate cross cuts, mitres, and bevel cuts in wood, certain models of mitre saws can also be used to cut plastics and light metals. A circular saw spins down onto the wood, which is held against a fence providing a precise cutting angle and firm positioning. Many of our mitre saws also have laser guidance to give an exact visualisation of where the cut will be positioned.
An affordable, lightweight saw that's standard in many home workshops
Ideal for making picture frames, cutting moulds, and for wood that needs a precise angle, mitre saws are highly transportable and give the user essential control. As well as the standard mitre saw, additional features include compound and sliding characteristics, blade guards, dust bags, safety clamps, and laser guides.