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Boîte à onglets avec scie et serrage, angle réglable

N° d'article 00276748 N° de modèle CMHT20800
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Description

La boîte à onglets Craftsman(MD) comporte un réglage d'angles à une touche qui permet de modifier l'angle rapidement et facilement en plus de 11 butées d'angle préréglées. Il offre également un serrage rapide a came pour un travail précis et un butoir qui facilite les coupes identiques. Ses dents durcies par induction assurent une coupe franche à chaque fois. L'ensemble comprend 1 boîte à onglets, 1 scie, 1 butoir et 2 goujons de came.
  • Réglage de l'angle par simple pression pour un changement d'angle rapide et facile
  • Pince à came rapide qui maintient le travail pour plus de précision, et butoir qui facilite les coupes répétitives
  • 11 butées d'angle préréglées
  • Dents durcies par induction pour un tranchant durable

Caractéristiques

Angle d'ouverture (degrés)
90
Longueur de la lame (cm)
55,88
Longueur de la lame (po)
22.0
Longueur de la lame (mm)
558,8
Profondeur de la boîte (cm)
20,32
Profondeur de la boîte (po)
8.0
Profondeur de la boîte (mm)
203,2
Degré de l'angle
45; 54; 60; 67-1/2; 75; 90,
Composition de la poignée/du manche
Bi-matériau
Matériau
Métal
Description de modèle
Ajustable Angle Onglet Saw
Contenu de l'emballage
Comprend (1) boîte à onglets, (1) scie, (1) butée de travail et (2) goupilles à came
Dents par pouce
14
Garantie
À vie

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Could this cut 5.5 inch baseboard 

Posée par: Rob789

Do you have replacement blades for this model?

Posée par: Apilac
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Boîte à onglets avec scie et serrage, angle réglable est évalué 3.8 de 5 de 46.
Rated 1 de 5 de par No lock for angles! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This saw would be fine if you used it for 'perfect' angles. If you have odd cuts (any cuts outside the preset angles of 45,90,54,60 etc), you wont be able to cut the piece accurately. There's no locking mechanism outside of the preset angles, so its virtually impossible to cut say a 47 degree angle without the miter scale sliding all over the place, and ruining your cut. If you plan on using this saw for shoe moulding or trim in your house, you need to be able to lock into different angles. If you want perfect angled cuts that won't require wood filler or a ton of caulk and look bad, you won't be able to get them on this saw.
Date de publication: 2020-01-05
Rated 4 de 5 de par Performed as expected This is my first experience using a miter saw. I used it to cut oak 1/4" quarter-round trim to replace broken wood retaining strips on china cabinet glass doors. Despite the assembly instructions, it was fairly easy to assemble. The miter box preset cuts "locked" in precisely. The saw blade is sharp enough to perform the cuts cleanly. Cutting such small trim required bracing the trim by hand, I would imagine cutting larger trim would be easier. The saw itself was quite stable on the work bench. All in all, I am pleased with the purchase. I think the Craftsman metal miter box saw is a good value for the price.
Date de publication: 2020-11-28
Rated 1 de 5 de par It's nice, but no replacement blades!!! I have had this miter box for about 2 years now I think, and while I liked it, I made the foolhardy assumption that with the way the saw is designed that the blade could be replaced when it dulled out, so I bought this more expensive box as an investment of sorts. Theoretically, yes, the blade could be replaced. If the blades existed!!! And the box is more or less designed to be compatible with the saw that comes with it, so good luck enjoying using it with another saw... If I had known I would have just stuck with a cheap plastic miter box. Waste of money.
Date de publication: 2022-04-09
Rated 4 de 5 de par It's not too bad. I saw a comment on here it took hours to assemble, well I took that as a challenge... Mostly because I didn't believe it. I bought it and timed myself. It took 17 minutes. No, the instructions aren't perfect but you also have the box to look at for confirmation. I do wish it all allowed 45.5/46 degree cuts for trim but I'll take it. Nice easy cuts. If it takes you hours to assemble this, maybe you shouldn't be cutting wood at all.
Date de publication: 2020-09-20
Rated 4 de 5 de par Good saw [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] To be old school and not electric it’s a good miter. Good for smaller projects. Does NOT take hours to put together. Very simple to assemble for the mechanically inclined. It gets the job done well.
Date de publication: 2019-01-07
Rated 5 de 5 de par Great, Accurate Old School Miter Saw This is a fantastic tool. It’s ideal because as you make cuts the saw stays perfectly inline. Makes moulding an absolute snap. Great for small to medium projects. If this takes you an hour to put together you probably have no business using a saw. Would highy reccomend this setup!
Date de publication: 2019-06-07
Rated 4 de 5 de par Simple, nifty [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] less than 20 minutes to assemble, while watching an unrelated video and having to fetch a screwdriver. seems fairly solid, expect it will take a little patience to get repeatable results. A little looser than I would like (the upper bar has some play - maybe 1/16" - however the blade is pleasantly snug), but hopefully it won't "break in" and get any looser - decent tolerances and I expect if you're careful how you hold it it will be fine. Some notes on assembly: after looking it over, I assumed the notches in the guide rods go down in order to keep the end of the rod above the end of the hole in the casting, and thus more reliably in line with the casting angles? Also, getting the set screw to fall into the notch is a tad bit fiddly. Don't forget to put the depth stop on the rod before the saw, fig. D which is not covered in the assembly instructions. Failure to install below the saw guides will reduce the usable max height of the saw and fouls on the guides. I will update my review after using as to any discrepancies (including angle accuracy both horizontally and vertically).
Date de publication: 2019-07-16
Rated 3 de 5 de par Miter Box Review The assembly of this unit is straight forward despite the very poor assembly instructions. Getting it aligned was the most difficult part. The table of the unit is cast aluminum, everything else)except saw) is plastic. This is a nice unit for crafts or hobbies. It is tiny. Fence is 1.5 inch tall. Table is less than 15 inch long. Cutting 3.5 in moulding is a challenge. Not really made for house work.
Date de publication: 2019-07-27
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