Last updated on August 7th, 2021 at 01:09 pm
Miter saw accessories can help you squeeze more uses out of your miter saw, or they can make it easier for you to use it.
When you buy a new tool, the more you use the tool, the more you begin to realize a few more ways that tool can become better suited for your projects.
With a few accessories, you can get that tool to work just the way you want it to work.
In this particular case, we’ve found that using the following 8 miter saw accessories will help upgrade the functions of your saw and make it easier for you to use it.
1. Kreg KMS8000 Precision Track & Stop Kit
This is one of the most useful miter saw accessory you’re ever going to get your hands on. Using the Kreg precision trak and stop kit, you can abandon your tape measure and pencil, and still make precise cuts every time.
It’s especially helpful when you have repetitive cuts to make. Just place the stop at the dimension you want to cut, place your board against it and make your repetitive cuts.
You’ll get it right every time.
2. Portable Miter Saw Stand
Using a miter saw without a stand is like running without shoes. It’s important that you have a stand of some sort to lift and support your miter saw and work piece.
If you have a workbench in your workshop, that would work, but a portable miter saw stand like this Bosch gravity rise stand gives you an advantage your workbench won’t give you.
It’s portable. Which means it has wheels on it and you can move it and the miter saw from one position to the other.
3. Kreg KMA2800 Crown-Pro Crown Molding Tool
This unique miter saw accessory from Kreg will change the way you cut and install crown moldings for the better.
If you really want to cut crown moldings the easy way, then you’ve got to start using this Crown-Pro Crown molding cutting tool.
This is one of those miter saw accessories you won’t be able to do without once you start using them. It eliminates the need for any difficult compound-angle cuts on trim.
It holds your trim on the miter saw at the exact angle required for it to be hanged or installed, allowing you to cut it exactly at that angle.
So, there’s no more need for you to employ any difficult technique, making compound angle cuts on your trim. This Crown-Pro crown molding cutting tool makes sure of that.
The curved design of the tool allows you to compensate for a variety of crown spring angles, and it features an extension arm that allows you to cut crowns as wide as 5-1/2 inches with ease.
It also comes with an adjustable angle finder that makes finding angles of inside and outside corners very easy. You can even use it to check the spring angle of your trim.
With this unique miter saw accessory, cutting and fixing crown mouldings will become very easy for you whether you’re an experienced trim carpenter or you’re a newbie just starting out.
4. Miter Saw Laser Marker
Not that it’s absolutely needed, but a miter saw laser marker will make it easier, especially for new users to use their miter saws.
The laser marker projects a straight line across the wood you’re trying to cut showing exactly where the blade will go through.
So, if your miter saw does not come with a laser marker, you can just get one of these and attach it to your miter saw blade, and guest what. You’ve got a laser marker.
5. Rousseau 5000 Dust Solution for Miter Saws
A lot of dust is produced when you make cuts with a miter saw, and the dust bag that comes with most miter saws don’t really collect 100 percent of the dust produced while cutting with the saw.
This leaves the escaping dust messing up your works space. But with a dust solution like this Rousseau 5000 dust solution, you get to trap all the dust that is produced as you work with your miter saw.
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6. Dewalt Miter Saw Crown Stops
If you regularly install crown moldings, and you work with Dewalt miter saws, then you’ll love the Dewalt DW7084 crown stops.
These crown stops helps you position the crown moldings you’re cutting accurately against your miter saw fence.
The stops comes in pairs made of tough steel, and you can position each one at each side of your miter saw when working with crown moldings.
7. 100 Tooth Diablo Ultra Fine Blade
Any saw is only as good as the blade you use with it. If you’re still using the stock blade that came with your miter saw, then you definitely don’t know what’s up.
Exchange stock blade that came with your miter saw with a fine tooth blade like this 100 tooth Diable blade, and you’ll notice a huge difference in your saw. Your saw will cut better, the sound produced during cuts will be reduced and the finishing will look as if the wood was sanded with a fine grit sand paper.
8. ToughBuilt 3-IN-1 Miter Saw Roller Material Support
This ToughBuilt 3-in-1 roller stand is not just a miter saw accessory, but also an accessory, a work support that can be used for supporting wide or long work pieces in the workshop.
It functions as a material stop, ball bearing roller and a directional roller. Pair it with any suitable miter saw stand or even a workbench and you can handle and cut really long materials with your miter saw while supporting one end of the material with it.
The height is adjustable, so all you have to do is adjust the height to the level of the miter saw table, and place the side of the material that needs to be supported on it, with the other end on the miter saw.
With galvanized steel rollers at the top, it provides all the support you need paired with smooth movement of the material to and fro and even sideways if you wish it to. And when you’re through using it, you can easily fold it flat for easy storage or transport as the case may be.