I have a range of MDF Panels and strips of Solid Wood that I would like to turn into Picture Frames. As such, each piece of MDF/Wood will need to have a 45-degree angle cut into each end.
In order to achieve such cuts, I have been looking at the purchase of various Mitre and Table Saws. I can see that with the assistance of a Mitre Gauge, the Table Saw is able to complete such a task.
With this in mind, I was wondering what a Mitre Saw provided that a Table Saw did not.
I am new to Woodwork but it seems that a Mitre Saw is limited to 1 task whereas the Table Saw is able to perform a variety of tasks. Am I overlooking something here?