Question: Can A Table Saw Cut A 4×4?

What size saw do I need to cut a 4×4?

It shouldn’t be a matter of whether a 10-inch miter saw can cut a 4×4, but rather what miter saw is better suited for cutting 4x4s.

The short answer is, you need a 12 inch miter saw..

Can a 10 inch table saw rip a 4×4?

Cutting Depth and Blade Size With a 10-inch table saw, you can make a maximum cut up to 3.5-inches deep, and with a 12-inch table saw, you can cut up to 4-inches deep.

Can a 7 1 4 miter saw cut a 4×4?

Most circular saws sport a 7 ¼” blade which has a cutting depth of up to just over 2 ½” at 90 degrees and usually less when cutting bezels. The smaller 6 ½” blade cuts to a max depth of 2 1/8″. This means that the two most common blades are not large enough to go through a 4×4 in a single pass.

Can you put a 12 inch blade on a 10 inch table saw?

Theoretically, a 10-inch blade will fit on a 12-inch table saw, but the arbor — or hole in the middle of the blade — is typically smaller. Arbor sizes are not exclusive to either size but the arbor on a 10-inch blade is usually 5/8-inch, while a 12-inch blade uses a 1-inch hole or arbor.