How to Use a Dewalt Sliding Compound Miter Saw?
- The DWS780 DeWALT miter saw is easy to use, pull the trigger and let the blade get to full speed and smoothly lower down to cut the board. The DeWALT Sliding compound miter saw comes fully assembled and ready to get to work right out of the box. The only thing you have to do is plug the saw in and pull the lock down pin and you’re ready to roll. Push down a bit on the handle and pull out the pin and the head will pop up.
- The DeWALT DWS780 miter saw is effortless enough to operate that a beginning DIY’er will have no problem utilizing it, but it has enough add-on features and convenience that the pro will love it. For those that are utilizing the saw for cutting trim, molding and fine woodworking, we would consider upgrading the blade to 80T or 100T.
How to Unlock a Dewalt Sliding Compound Miter Saw?
- Tons of people struggle with unlocking the Dewalt miter saw. However, we won’t give them any blame since some of the locks are fairly complex.
- In order to unlock the head of a miter saw, you have to put some pressure on it and look for a lever, pin, or anything that looks like a moving part that’s designed to hold certain parts together. Most modern units have a knob or a pin that’s created to block the mechanical ankle. It is typically positioned right behind the blade near the center point of the main base.
Are Cordless Miter Saws worth it?
- It’s not necessary to be tethered to a cord since a cordless miter saw would be a huge timesaver, if it works well. Today’s cordless miter saws are compact, lighter, and exceedingly useful for medium-duty and punchlist work. Even better: they generally have brushless motors that provide a longer life, lower maintenance, and several more benefits.