I want to upgrade my shaft-cutting tools and was thinking of a relatively inexpensive miter saw, something from, say, Harbor Freight. I want to use it on both steel and graphite. What sort of blade should I get for the job? Thanks!
A mitre saw is kind of overkill for golf shafts. The only blades I am aware of are metal and you wouldn’t want to use them to cut shafts.
A cut-off saw (chop saw) is more reasonable, and the 60 grit wheel will do the job, but I prefer finer. Both available at Harbor Freight.
Golfworks used to have them on the website, but I can’t locate them these days.