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Old 06-03-2011, 02:51 PM
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This is a solid, durable and well-built saw. The linkage and spring in the saw arm gives it smooth movement with little effort when cutting thru materials. The handle is roomy enough for someone with bigger hands to hold it comfortably; but not so big, that someone with smaller hands would feel "lost" holding it. The safety shield over the blade is clear, which gives you a good view of the teeth with just a quick glance. On the back of the saw arm is a threaded "locking pin" and adjustment screw to let you change the angle of the blade cut from zero to 45 degrees.

A threaded handle with push button release adjusts the table bed-cutting angle from zero to 45 degrees, to the right or left. Everything is easy to maneuver and securely locks into place with threaded lock pins or screws. There is also a fence (stop) across the bed, and one-half of the fence is adjustable. With multiple position adjustments, it can accommodate just about any angle you could want or need to cut.

The saw bed has "feet" with holes large enough to put
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