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Power Miter Came Saw by Diamond Tech

$139.95 USD
Item# 7355DT
In Stock Usually ships in 1 to 2 business days.

Product Features

  • Slices through lead came and wood framing stock
  • Makes framing stained glass projects more accurate
  • Tool is quicker than cutting each piece by hand
  • Includes, blade, blade guard, cutting guide and eye shield

Product Description

Slice through came with this tabletop power saw. It makes creating and framing stained glass projects more accurate, easier, and quicker than cutting each piece by hand. Cuts perfect mitres in seconds on lead came and wood framing stock. Standard equipment includes medium duty circular blade, special chip deflecting eye shield, blade guard, and a miter-cutting guide. This portable and compact table saw measures 5-1/2" x 7-1/2". One year manufacturer warranty.

Available in 220/240 Volt
Also available in 220/224 international voltage version.

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Product Details

  • Horsepower - 1/15
  • Blade Shaft - 4500 rpm
  • Blade Diameter - 4"
  • Weight - 5 lbs.
  • Table Size - 5-1/2 x 7-1/2"

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3 out of 5 stars
  •   A little underpowered
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Pros : It's small and can be easily stowed away.
Cons : It bogs down when cutting zinc. Sometimes I get a piece of zinc started with this saw and finish it off with nippers. You will need a protractor when cutting angles.
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Pros : cuts led ok
Cons : not good with zinc, bogs down
Other Thoughts : its definitely a space saver
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  •   Compact and Cuts Well
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Pros : This little saw cuts zinc and copper well and doesn't take up much space.
Cons : The guide doesn't have angle markings so you have to check your angles each time.
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