You've no doubt heard the expression "measure twice, cut once" as a reminder of how to make your carpentry and woodworking cuts more accurate. If you want to take that old adage one step further, how about having a laser guiding you when you make that one cut? Lasers have worked their way into a number of construction tools these days, and a growing number of manufacturers are now offering laser-guided saws, with more being introduced each year. Miter saws are the most popular, but there are also a couple of circular saws now being offered as well. All laser-guided saws work along the same basic principle. A small, safe laser generator is located on the housing of the saw, directly adjacent to the blade. This projects a bright red, highly accurate line onto your work piece, which in...
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