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I gave away my 30 year-old Sear's miter saw and purchased a Nobex Champion based on a recommendation nad a newly found need for very accurate angle cuts. Other than not very straightforward assembly instructions, they were quite adamant (even used the only "!" in the literature) to be sure that the blade teeth point for a push cutting stroke. The saw is constructed similar to a bow saw but my pleasant experiences with a Japanese-styled saw that cuts on the pull lead me to think that this Nobex thin blade might benefit if installed for a pull cutting action.
I would appreciate anyone's comments - especially if you have tried this.