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Gryphon Came Saw by Gryphon

Price $269.95
Your Savings: - $20.00
Your Price: $249.95 USD
Item# 84120
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Product Features

  • Cuts through zinc, copper and brass came at any angle
  • Thumbscrew clamp holds work securely to the fence while cutting
  • Perfect repeat cuts are a snap with the protractor scale
  • Built-in 5-3/4" blade shield keeps fingers safe

Product Description

Special Limited Time Offer
Get Four Free Grinder Bits

Now through August 31, 2017 you can get four free grinder bits from Gryphon when you purchase this tool. That's a $56 Value - Free. Find the mail in coupon to claim your free bits by viewing the additional images and selecting the Gryphon 4 FREE Bits Offer pdf.

A Delphi Workshop Favorite!
The Gryphon Miter saw is particularly well suited for making repeat, precise miter cuts in thin wall extrusions of brass, zinc, steel and copper. Make accurate repeat cuts up to 45° in either direction on the saws large 13" x 15" adjustable table with protractor scale. A Thumbscrew clamp holds work securely to the fence while cutting and a built-in blade shield keeps fingers safe. The ultra-thin abrasive blade coupled with the 1.1 hp motor produces clean and fast cuts. One year manufacturer warranty.

Glass Craftsman Magazine Recommends:"A versatile, well made machine. Once you use it, you'll wonder how you got along without it."

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Product Details

  • 1.1 hp motor
  • Adjusts 45° each direction
  • 13" x 15" table with protractor scale
  • Thumbscrew clamp secures work for safe cutting
  • Ultra-thin abrasive blade

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Pros : Easy, clean cuts, mobile.
Cons : None so far
Other Thoughts : A must for all studios.
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Pros : If you cut a lot of Zinc or Brass Came, you've got to get one of these. It is so much quicker, more accurate, and easier than the old craft saw and wooden miter box method. It's also fairly small, compact, and portable so it doesn't need to take up a lot of space. Once you have all the stained glass tool essentials, put this on your list. You'll love it.
Cons : I don't know why it is so expensive. There's not that much to it.
Other Thoughts : Gryphon makes some pretty good stuff.
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