(New) Bosch CM12SD Dual Bevel Slide Miter Saw

April 13, 2015 by · Leave a Comment
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  • All-metal bevel lock lever located on bevel post for quick and easy bevel settings without reaching behind the saw
  • Crown chop lock positions head in place for maximum chop cutting capacity for upright base molding and nested crown
  • Integrated base extensions extends material support up to 40 Inch
  • Two tall 4-3/4-Inch sliding fences for easy bevel cut set-up
  • Adjustable front stabilizing foot maintains saw stability when performing slide cuts

 

For more info: BoschTools.com

To purchase on Amazon.com: Bosch CM12SD

Bosch CM8S 8-1/2 Inch Single Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw

January 7, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Carpentry, Miter Saws, New, Recycling 
  • Ultimate portability – Bosch exclusive design delivers a well-balanced saw with a top carry handle, and a weight of only 37 lbs. easily provides one-handed portability on and off the job
  • Easy access bevel controls – bevel lock lever and bevel turret stops are located on side of tool for quick and easy adjustments
  • Integrated expanding base extensions – expands up to 29 In. left to right for additional work-piece support
  • Large easy-to-read miter and bevel scales – uniform marks from 52? left to 60? right with 10 adjustable miter detents set at most common cuts
  • Adjustable front stabilizing foot – maintains saw stability when performing slide cuts allowing maximum capacity: cross cut 12-1/4” at 0?, 8” at 45?, 2-3/4” upright, 3-1/2 crown
  • Miter detent override – intuitive easy to access thumb-actuated override
  • Ergonomic ambidextrous trigger handle – form fitting handle provides comfort for all day use
  • Clear lower guard – for unobstructed view throughout the cut
  • More info: Boschtools.com

    Available @ amazon

    Bosch CM10GD

    December 16, 2013 by · Leave a Comment
    Filed under: Carpentry, Manufacturing, Miter Saws, New, Recycling 
    Axial-Glide System 

    The best way to compare what the Axial-Glide feels like in comparison to a saw with rails is akin to comparing the ride of a Cadillac vs. a skateboard. They’ll both get you down the street, but one is considerably smoother than the other. The Axial-Glide system is smooth and precise.Motor

    The belt driven saw is both smooth and powerful. Instead of making multiple passes in thick stock, the CM10GD was able to cut with a single pass in 4x material, and after a cut is made, the electric brake brings the saw to a stop.

    Frame/base

    Every moving part of the base is robust and smooth.

    Controls

    All of the main controls are literally at your fingertips.

    Our Recommendation

    If you’re in the market for a shop saw, limited in space (Axial-Glide saves about a foot of space over rail saws), or a field saw that you’ll use over an extended period of time, this saw has no equal.

     

    For more info: boschtools.com

    Available @  amazon 

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