The DEWALT 12″ Double Bevel
Compound Miter Saw is powered by a 15A 3,600 RPM and offers a new precise miter system and machined base fence support for optimal accuracy. Features a new handle design for maximum portability, cam lock miter, detent override, bevel crown stops and is best in class capacity. Constructed for easy, hassle-free use saw’s capacities are miter 0 to 60 degree left, 0 to 50 degree right, bevel 0 to 48 degree left and right, cross cuts 2 x 14 on 90 degree and miters 2 x 10 on 45 degrees, base capacity 6 1/2″ left and right with a crown capacity of 6 5/8″. Carbide blade, dust bag, wrench and a manual, 90-day money-back guarantee, one year service, three-year limited warranty, and accessory DW7187 adjustable miter saw laser system included. Weighs 54 pounds.
- Integrated XPS cross cut positioning system provides adjustment-free cut line indication
- Powerful 15 amp, 3800 rpm motor delivers extended power and durability
- Exclusive Back Fence design cuts up to 2X14 dimensional lumber at 90-degrees, 2 by 12 at 45 degrees
- Adjustable stainless steel miter detent plate with 10 positive stops improves productivity, ensures accuracy
- Innovative gearbox and belt-drive design increases vertical cutting capacity
- A super-efficient dust collection system captures over 75% of dust generated.
FAQ ‘s :-
1.What can you do with a miter saw?
A miter saw can be used to cut straight and angular cuts across the surface and on the face of the work-piece. To be more precise, you can use a miter saw to do crosscuts, miter or angular cuts, bevel cuts and a combination of crosscut and bevel or miter and bevel cuts.
If you are interested to learn more, see the tips on how to use miter saw.
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2. What is the difference between a chop saw and a miter saw?
You might have heard people often using these two terms interchangeably. However, they are different machine tools. The primary difference between a miter saw and chop saw is that a chop saw can only be used for crosscuts, ie straight cuts perpendicular to the length of the workpiece. On the other hand, a miter saw can cut 90-degree crosscut, cut along an angle and produce bevel cuts. There are few other differences.Chop saws are heavy duty machines that cut a wide variety of material.Generally, abrasive parting-off wheels are used as cutting blade.
3. Do I need a mitre saw, if I already own a circular saw?
Circular saw is very versatile tool that can perform most type of straight cuts, but it is less accurate. A miter saw on the other hand is precision machine designed specifically for angular cutting. For more details please refer to circular saw vs miter saw page.
4. What is double bevel miter saw?
A double bevel compound miter saw can produce bevel cuts in both left and right direction in the same settings of the workpiece. That means you don’t have to move and flip your work to make a bevel cut in the other direction.
5. How much can a 10-inch miter saw cut?
The size of the stock you can cut depends upon the angle of cut. The typical 10-inch miter saw will cut the following size. Crosscut at 90-degree angle: Up to 5.5 inches wide. or 2 x 6 lumber.Miter cut at 45-degree angle: 2 x 4 lumberPlywood: 10 miter saw can cut thickness until 1.25 inches deep.