Panel saws

Panel saws are used by cabinet shops to easily cut panels, profiles, solid-wood, plywood, MDF, laminates, plastic sheets, and melamine sheets into sizes or cabinet components. They are also used by sign shops to cut sheets of aluminum, plastic, and wood for their sign blanks. Some higher-end panel saws feature computer controls that move the blade and fence systems to preset values. Other lower-end machines offer simplicity and ease of use, including full-scale hobbyist level panel saws at a mere fraction of the cost. While the entry-level machines are designed for light-duty usage, they offer home DIYers a cheap alternative for infrequent cutting when accuracy and clean cuts are not required.

Panel saws can have one main saw blade or scoring along with the main saw blade. Scoring is used to create a groove, especially in double side laminate before the main saw rips the piece apart, to avoid chipping. The scoring saw rotates in the opposite direction, as the main saw to avoid chipping.

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