I'd guess a compound miter saw with a fine tooth blade would work. I generally use a chop saw or sawzall
A "fine blade" has more teeth...smaller teeth.so will that saw work?
you got any pics of what a fine blade would look like?
could i use that saw the way it is just go slow then fast?
so your saying it might pop up?Make sure you have a "death grip" on the pipe in case it hangs up..
Is this for a plumbing project or something else? Nice straight cuts are not necessary for plumbing.hi im trying to make plenty of small 3 inch cuts on a 3" pvc pipe,
im trying to use a saw that i got,
(i tried a hacksaw my hacksaw sucks i need a str8 cut)
will this saw work? any info on doing it? i heard cutting slow might work,
any hazards, is it possible?
thanks for reading.:thumbup: