a compound miter saw
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Norm Abram, Master Carpenter

Precise crosscuts for trim and molding call for a miter saw. Norm recommends a 12-inch compound saw that swivels in both directions for mitering, tilts for beveling, and has a built-in laser guide for accuracy. (His souped-up model has dual lasers, one on each side of the blade.)
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