How wide can a 7 1 4 sliding miter cut?

How wide can a 7 1 4 sliding miter cut?

6 in. wide
The RYOBI 7-1/4 in. Sliding Mitre Saw is a new edition to the miter family. It can make angled cuts up to 45° on boards all the way up to 6 in. wide, and has a max RPM of 5,350.

Will a 7 1 4 miter saw cut a 4×4?

No not with one cut. You would have to turn the 4×4 over. Blade is a 7 1/4″ diameter, same as a hand held circular saw.

What is the largest sliding Mitre saw?

With the industry’s largest crosscut capacity, the Metabo 12-Inch Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw is ideal for crosscutting material up to 12-1/2 inches wide and 4-3/4 inches high. With a powerful 15 Amp, 2000-watt motor, it achieves a no-load speed of 3,800 RPM.

How big of a board can a 10 sliding miter saw cut?

Saws start to differ when you look at their blade diameter—commonly 10 inches or 12 inches. The bigger the blade, the deeper and wider its maximum cut. Typically, a 10-inch miter saw will cut a 2 x 6 at 90 degrees and a 2 x 4 at 45 degrees; a 12-inch miter saw will cut a 2 x 8 at 90 degrees and a 2 x 6 at 45 degrees.

What size of wood can you cut with a 7 1 4 miter saw?

45° Miter Cut Capacity (max height) 2” 45° Miter Cut Capacity (max width) 2×6.

What is the advantage of a sliding miter saw?

They can quickly create bevels at any angle. Sliding compound miter saws have all the versatility of compound miter saws and a sliding feature, similar to a radial arm saw, allowing you to move the blade forward and backward. The major advantage of the sliding feature is the increased length of cut it provides.

How long can a sliding miter saw cut?

The sliding saw can extend its reach out to 12 or even 16 inches, more than twice the width of a non-slider. If you’re routinely working with boards this wide, you will thank yourself every day for buying the sliding miter saw. And since you’re only cutting once, all your cuts will be cleaner and more precise.

Can you put a 7 inch blade on a 10-inch miter saw?

Yes you can. The only real difference, besides maximum cutting depth, is that smaller blades are often thinner and have a narrower kerf. I was curious if this could make them unsafe to run at the same speed as a larger blade, but actually the opposite is true.

What saw blade is best for cutting 2×4?

The least number of teeth you will find on a circular saw blade is about 14. A circular saw blade is only 7-1/4 inches in diameter. Fourteen teeth are ideal for the rough cuts on 2×4 framing lumber, and they cut very fast.