Miter saws are used in woodworking and construction applications to make straight, angled, and beveled cuts in wood. They have a table that supports the workpiece as the blade is lowered to make the cut. Miter saws can be set up to cut vertical and beveled angles at the same time, like those required for cutting crown molding. Corded saws require access to a wired power source and generally have longer run times and more power than cordless saws. Cordless saws run on one or more batteries and can be used when a wired power source is not available. Miter saws with a larger diameter blade are generally heavier and make wider cuts in a single pass than those with a smaller diameter blade.