Best saw for beading?

Discussion in 'Wood' started by SpartaFloor, Aug 26, 2019.

  1. SpartaFloor

    SpartaFloor New Member

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    Hi
    Can any of you guys recommend a decent saw for cutting beading?

    I have tried mitre saws, hacksaws, Japanese saws, tenon saws

    Haven't found one that gives a perfect cut & am always trimming excess veneer off with my knife.

    What do you guys use?
    Thanks in advance
     
  2. dazlight

    dazlight Super Moderator

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    The best is festool symmetric. Amazing saw. Not cheap though but if you do a lot of laminate it’s worth getting.
     
  3. Paul webb

    Paul webb Well-Known Member

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    You could try making a zero clearance fence for your mitre saw, should prevent tear out on the back and stop those little end return bits flying off
     
  4. Scf

    Scf Well-Known Member

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    Ryobi cordless chopsaw is decent little saw, around 150 ish.
     
  5. Robert Jones

    Robert Jones New Member

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    Bosch Fine Mitre Saw by far. Don't make them anymore however so you'd have to get one second hand. I bought two, in case on breaks! Amazing bit of kit
     
  6. Robert Jones

    Robert Jones New Member

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    One just come up on ebay. 110 volt but this is what you want
     

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