Working with 4×4’s is something that almost any DIY woodworker is faced with at one point or another. Whether or not a 10 inch miter saw can cut through a 4×4 is a popular debate that even today seems to have no clear answer.
Cutting crown molding is not the easiest task for a DIYer. You need a quality saw with a bevel that swings both ways and quite a lot of knowledge about angles. There’s no denying this can be a challenging task for those less experienced hobbyists, but how hard is it really?
Determining a 10 inch sliding miter saw cut capacity is not always as straightforward as it should be. Different blades may end up showing different results based on their width, tooth size, and actual motor power.
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