Question about Hitachi 12" Compound Miter Saw with Laser Marker - C12FCH
Hello. A muli-answer for this I'm afraid. The quick answer is yes depending.
If you are referring to bar stock, you will - but not well. You will need a special quick-cut abrasive blade, and you may find you need to change the blades often.
If you wish to cut screen door trim, curtain rod, draft stop, Jolie Edging for ceramic tile, or other thin hollow/extruded materials - then the abrasive blade will do nicely for short/small jobs.
The main problem with cutting aluminum in a high speed rotary device is that the friction of the blade heats the metal fast enough that you get a coating on/in the blade. (In layman's terms - bunged up) The devices in machine shops are set considerably slower, and are usually cooled mainly with liquid.
Hope this answers your question satisfactorily. Good Luck and don't forget to rate this answer.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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