Cutting Wainscoting & Baseboard Trim
Capable of cutting baseboard trim in wainscoting the Dremel Saw-Max is a great tool to have when it comes to finished carpentry.
For this project we’ll be using the Dremel Saw-Max, the Mider guide attachment model SM480 an edge guide, a multipurpose cutting wheel as SM500, and a multipurpose flush cutting wheel SM600. The edge guide mounts in the channel on the back of the tool’s foot and is set using the same wrench that’s used to change accessories. The guide can be adjusted to provide street cuts up to six inches wide. Here working from the edge of the wainscoting but the Saw-Max can also make plunge cuts to accommodate less regular cutting fit.
The Dremel Saw-Max Mider guide attachment cas be used to make both bevel and miter cuts. Mark your cut, place the guide so that the cutting channel is perpendicular to the trend, near your mark. Use the graphic on the guide for help with placement the kind of cut you’re making which will determine how the guide should be placed. Align the guide by bringing the angled flange viewable through the guides triangular window in line with your desired line of cut secure the guide with a clamp when it’s properly placed slide the Saw-Max into the channel and begin cutting move the tools will slowly and smoothly for best results. Here is some additional thoughts on cutting wainscoting and baseboard trim. If you want to perform rip cuts over 6 inches wide use a straight edge ripping fence, 45 degree bevel cuts must be performed using a Saw-Max flush cutting wheel, If you try to use a non flush cutting wheel you’ll damage your cutting guide.
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