The miter saws

Working with pleasure

Over the last few decades, the psychological study and analysis of the reactions of human thought in every situation of lived life is increasingly emerging; the fields studied are practically all, because in every single situation you can find something that makes us understand how our mind reacts to the stimulus. To be evaluated there are often the surrounding conditions, which can be of various types and which basically vary the response of our mind to the same stimulus but in different situations, such as environmental or emotional ones. A field in which this kind of studies has found ample practical feedback is work: tiring, stressful, certainly not pleasant for most people, in some situations it is sought after, fun and lightly supported. You may be wondering when, but it is obvious that it is when you do it… not for work! That is the case of hobbies, of those pastimes that we do with passion but which often represent real jobs. One of these, considered as a low-paying and very physically tiring job (and therefore practically abandoned by everyone), is gardening: working on our plants to take care of them, prune them, replant them, fix them never weighs on us, indeed at the end of working hours. we feel only one thing, the satisfaction of having done a good… job!

Gardening tools

Cited as a very pleasant work-hobby, gardening is still quite expensive from a physical point of view (but this is not necessarily a bad thing, on the contrary it helps us to keep us in training with always different movements and moreover in contact with open air and nature) and above all capable of requiring skills and abilities that not everyone has, indeed. Precisely for this reason gardening is a perfect passion, as it is to be learned a little at a time, without worries and worrying only about accumulating experience, the rest will come by itself. Not only that, working in a garden requires some specific means without which it would be difficult to carry out even the most trivial operations. Obviously we are not talking about any expensive and professional machinery, but after all, the working of the land has always been done with loved ones, old tools of the grandfather, or hoe, spade, shovel, rake and little else: they have been the same for more than a century, but without them nothing would be possible in a garden, and they are irreplaceable and still not replaced! Obviously if our target is not a vegetable garden to be made fruitful (and, if desired, also made) but it is a garden of flowers and decorative plants to take care of, we will not need those tools just mentioned but their scale reproductions, useful to store even in a drawer and easy to handle even for children and the elderly.

The miter saws

Despite the fact that with the tools we have called “grandfather’s” you can do any activity related to gardening, in modern times we have learned to equip ourselves with some tools that can facilitate individual activities within the care of a garden. These tools are not necessarily mechanical or even mechatronic (ie mechanical but electronically controlled), although the market is currently starting to offer these scenarios too, which however are perhaps at a too “professional” level compared to our intended use and use, but rather their practical simplicity is the main feature. In this article, for example, we talk specifically about miter saws: as the name already suggests, a miter saw is a tool that has the task of cutting, cutting, to break something sharply. Within a garden, this “something” is necessarily a branch of a plant, a small trunk, or a piece of wood or metal (thin) for protection or a fence.

Technique and products

The miter saws are therefore aimed at a very practical user who needs a certain almost monovalent means (because a miter saw cannot do much more than truncate and cut) but able to make a job that is frequent in the field of maintenance of a garden and that carried out by other means (manual saw or similar) could also be more dangerous and unsuitable to be carried out by a public not accustomed to certain works. The miter saw, at least in the most popular model of this product, has a shape that recalls that of a scissor and a technique that exploits the same principle; the only difference is that the miter saw has longer handles and shorter blades, in order to be more robust in order to be able to cut off even those slightly more resistant branches, both for the quality of the wood and for the age of the plant. The offer that we currently find on the market is very, very wide, including miter saws for almost professional gardening (large, sturdy and with very high resistance of the blades) but also small and very small miter saws (which are able to totally enter the palm of a hand) dedicated to home gardening, or with small plants, especially flowering plants.

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