Which way should blade face on circular saw?
Circular saws cut on the upward stroke, which means that they rotate in a clockwise fashion, cutting from the bottom up. This is why when you’re using a circular saw, the side of the wood that will be your “good” side should be facing down.
Do you need training to use a circular saw?
When it comes to circular saw safety, any piece of equipment is only as dangerous as the user, and circular saws are no exception. Adequate training not only teaches the user how to handle a tool correctly but also gives him or her a level of familiarity with the tool, which promotes safe operation.
How do you lubricate a sliding miter saw?
Clean the area of corrosion, and old lubrication with WD-40 (use scotch brite pads to clean sliding rails as needed). Once lubrication is applied, move the miter saw through its motion a dozen or so times to help work the lubrication into the parts.