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- ItemCompound Miter Saw
- Blade Dia.10"
- No Load RPM3200
- Amps @ 120V15.0
- Crosscut @ 45 Deg. H4-3/4"
- Crosscut @ 45 Deg. W8-1/2"
- Crosscut @ 90 Deg. H4-3/4"
- Crosscut @ 90 Deg. W12"
- Arbor Size5/8"
- Blade Type60T Carbide Tipped
- Tool Weight53.3 lb.
- Miter Capacity0 Degrees to 52 Degrees Left and 0 Degrees to 60 Degrees Right
- Bevel Capacity0 to 45 Degrees
- Bevel Stops0 Degrees , 15 Degrees , 22.5 Degrees , 31.6 Degrees and 45 Degrees
- FeaturesCompact Design with A Patented (4) Steel Rail Sliding System, Exclusive (6) Linear Ball Bearings, Drive Gearbox and Guard System, Electronic Speed Control, Dual Sliding Fence System, Dual Rear Handle Bevel Lock, Replaceable Stainless Steel Miter and Dual Bevel Scale, Machined Aluminum Base, Rubberized Feet, Oversized Trigger Switch
- IncludesCarbide Blade, Vertical Vise, Dust Bag, Triangular Rule, Socket Wrench, Hex Wrench
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