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Features of the Single Bevel
A single bevel saw can be conveniently used to carry out the exact same job as the double bevel miter saw, but only, it consumes more time and takes extra effort to use than the double bevel saw.
With the cordless miter saw, you can manually make adjustments and make precise cuts. This can help the DIYers become better at woodworking, especially when handling the miter saw.
The single bevel can be used to make and bevel cuts more self-dependent or at the same time while cutting left and right. And this is why it is called the single bevel saw.
You would need to flip the single bevel over your workpiece physically so as to make bevel cuts on both sides of your material. When you are cutting angles, you should be very careful of the accuracy here, though. If you willy-nilly cut here, you could wind up ruining your materials and this could lead to their replacement and it could also cost you extra money and also some time before you will be able to get new materials.
With the single bevel, you have the ability to tilt in one direction of the blade of the single miter saw.
The Double Bevel’s Features
With the double bevel miter saw, you will be able to make fast and convenient cuts than if you use a single bevel miter saw. And you do not have to flip your workpiece so as to make bevel cuts on both sides of your material, either left or right, unlike the single bevel miter saw.
The double bevel miter saw enables you to swing the saw so it can match the cuts on both sides, and with the double bevel miter saw, you can easily match multiple cuts and repeat cuts on your piece of wood like with crown molding. Although, the double bevel miter saw is a bit more expensive than the single bevel.
If you do plan on installing crown molding that does require compound miter cuts, the double bevel miter saw will be your best option because it gives you a full range of compound angles. It I easy and efficient to use even for beginners than the single bevel miter saw.
The double bevel miter saw has on both sides a corner, its left and right sides; and they are cut away to make room for cuts of miters in two directions. This gives an extra cutting versatility.