Fast, Safe, Accurate Mitre Saw

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Fast, Safe, Accurate Mitre Saw
Perfect for accurate joinery & molding
35N08.02 Fast, Safe, Accurate Mitre Saw

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$67.95

35N08.04 2 Repl. Blades (18 tpi)

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$13.95

35N08.05 3 Repl. Blades (2 18 tpi & 1 32 tpi)

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$22.50

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This is a fully capable Mitring Saw for professionals and hobbyists. Setup and operation are dead simple; you set the angle that you want to cut, clamp your workpiece to the fence, and make precision cuts. The adjustment range is a full 180 degrees. The 22" long blade is held in a rigid, adjustable guide that keeps you locked into your angle as you cut. It is extraordinarily accurate. When adjusted to 45 degrees you can cut a 3 3/4" width board, adjust to 90 degrees and you can cut a 6" width board. This tool is perfect for making picture frames, cutting trim, or simply making accurate cuts from 1 to 90 degrees. Comes with clear instructions and a 22" – 24 tpi blade. Replacement blades are available.

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  • Cuts well if you can hold your work

    Kyle Willey , 7/2/2020 So, let me begin by saying that I really do like my miter saw. I am not against power tools but I have limited power in my shop and haven't seen fit to purchase a battery saw. Anyways, I got this and it has worked well. The saw cuts well and the guides keep the cuts very steady. I have 3 issues, though. The main issue is that the bed isn't long enough. Unless you are planning to build it into a miter stand, you are going to have issues cutting anything. I made a long bed from plywood for cutting crown molding, which definitely helped but raised the bed by ¾".

    Now I ran into the next issue. The fence is only a couple inches tall. There is no way to cut crown with that. So I built a fence too. Then I found issue #3.

    The guides for the saw are fine for lifting the saw an inch or two, but it comes completely off of the guides for cutting crown. You can fit the bottom of the saw sleeve over the top of the guides, but it is not stable until both top and bottom of the sleeve is on there. It was super awkward but just doable.

    If you are going to purchase this, find a way to make an extended bed and fence. This is pretty much the same issue you would have with a power miter saw too, but most at least have a tall enough fence for crown. If you are cutting crown, find a way to get longer guides. If you are the manufacturer, please make a bed extension.
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