I see sliding compound chop saws used on different shows, a lot. Son bought one last year and loves it, but his projects are few and far between. I haven’t bought one yet.

I’ve got a 10" compound, non-sliding, chop saw and a radial arm saw, that I haven’t used in some time, since I bought the table saw. My table saw is the only tool that stays set up. Everything else is on the shelf, until needed.

I could see how a sliding compound chop saw would come in handy for CC wider boards than my non-slider can. I really need to re-configure the old hangar and make it into a real shop.

In due time.

I’ll be looking forward to hearing more about others and their “Sliders.”

Keith "Shin" Schindler