Power Miter II Chop Saw

$339.95 USD
Item# 7990
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Product Features

  • Perfectly miters: brass, copper, zinc, lead
  • Fully adjustable angles - 45° to 90°
  • Automatic shut off switch
  • Safety blade guard
  • Powerful 1/5 HP motor
  • 3 year warranty
  • Toll free customer help line

Product Description

Cuts Came Safely and Easily!
Want to eliminate sloppy came joints, or use more brass came in your work, but hand-cutting each piece of came just takes too much time? Then the Power Miter II Chop Saw is for you.

Built for the professional, it's safe, reliable, and easy to use. The 4" blade easily adjusts to any angle between 45° and 90° for perfect fitting hexagons, octagons, etc. The powerful 1/5 hp motor turns the fine tooth blade (cuts lead, zinc, copper and brass came) leaving cames smooth and ready for panel assembly. Safety features include and automatic shutoff switch and blade guard. Includes full 3-year warranty (excludes blade and table).

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

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Product Details

  • Motor - 250 watt, 110v
  • Motor Speed - 8000 rpm
  • Max Cutting Thickness - 3/4"
  • Weight - 11 lbs.
  • Table Size - 14"w x 10.5"d x 10"h

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Pros : Does the job
Cons : Can only miter in one direction. Need to flip piece over and remark to get cut in opposite direction. Used for ten year and motor finally burned out. Under powered and belt driven.
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Pros : Like the size and ease of cutting.
Cons : Blade needs to be replaced after on major project. Needs more RPMs or better tension engineering.
Other Thoughts : I don't know if I would buy this equipment again. A little costly.
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