Saw – Mitering Capability

Kloeckner Metals is proud to supply miter saws and saws with mitering capability throughout our network of 40+ North American branches.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a miter saw?


    A miter saw, also known as a chop saw, is a specialized power tool used to make precise crosscuts and miter cuts in metals. It features a circular blade mounted on a pivoting arm that can be adjusted to various angles for different types of cuts. The precision and versatility of miter saws make them a valuable tool in many different industries.

  • What metals are typically cut with miter saws?


    They can typically cut a variety of metals, including aluminum and carbon steel. The type and thickness of the metal will determine the blade and settings required for the saw to make a clean and accurate cut. However, it’s important to note that some metals, such as hardened steel, may require specialized blades or equipment for cutting, and it’s always best to consult the manufacturer’s recommendations and safety guidelines before attempting to cut any metal.

  • What metal types are typically cut with miter saws?


    Miter saws can be used to cut a variety of different types of metals, including:

    1. Sheet metal: Thin sheets of metal, such as aluminum or steel, can be cut to size with the appropriate blade.
    2. Plate metal: Thicker metal plates, such as those used in construction or manufacturing, can also be cut. However, a specialized blade and a saw with a powerful motor may be required.
    3. Bar stock: Solid metal bars, such as round or square bars, can be cut to length.
    4. Channels and angles: Metal channels and angles, which are commonly used in construction and engineering, can also be cut to size.
    5. Beams: Heavy metal beams, such as those used in building construction, can also be cut. However, a specialized saw and blade may be required for thicker or harder metals.
    6. Pipes and tubes: Metal pipes and tubes, which are used in plumbing, construction, and manufacturing, can also be cut to length. However, a specialized blade and clamping system may be required to ensure safe and accurate cuts.

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