SHIKHAR MITER SAW
Shikhar miter saw is used to make accurate crosscuts and miters in a workpiece by positioning a mounted blade onto a board. In its earliest form it was composed of a back saw in a miter box, but in modern implementation consists of a powered circular saw that can be positioned at a variety of angles and lowered onto a board positioned against a backstop. These are also commonly referred to as chop saws.
It is a power tool used to make a quick, accurate crosscut in a workpiece at a selected angle. It is commonly used for cutting of molding and trim. Most miter saws are relatively small and portable, with common blade sizes ranging from eight to twelve inches. It makes cuts by pulling a spinning circular saw blade down onto a workpiece in a short, controlled motion. The workpiece is typically held against a fence, which provides a precise cutting angle between the plane of the blade and the plane of the longest workpiece edge. In standard position, this angle is fixed at 90°
|No load Speed||5000 rpm|
|Blade Size||255 mm|
|Bevel angles||0 -45 degree|