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This saw is meant for use with framing and carpentry. It features a durable, one-piece black plastic table and six quick-locking automatic settings at 90°, 45°, 36°, 22.5°, and 15° angles (right and left).
The saw has a replaceable 14 TPI (teeth per inch) blade, and it doubles as a conventional hand saw. It also includes a hold-down clamp, screw holes for mounting, and a scale of working length.
Maximum cutting width is 2¾" (70 mm).
® Jorgensen is a registered trademark.
(based on 4 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
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By the resident artist
from Kingman, AZ
Comments about Jorgensen Mitre Saw:
What I found most disheartening about this product was that I had to modify the hex openings for the assembly of the parts to align properly. I was hoping for a sturdy, solid piece of equipment ... I am underwhelmed.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: We're sorry to hear that this mitre saw isn't working as it should. One of our Customer Care Representatives will be in touch so we can assist you with this.
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There is too much play or wiggle in the saw so if you want a 90 degree cut (or 45 or whatever) there is no guarantee that you'll get it. I tried making frames but was constantly frustrated. I hate to give negative reviews but this isn't worth the money (even though it is relatively inexpensive). The saw itself is quite nice but I'll be tossing the miter stand as it is worthless.
Merchant response: We're sorry to learn that the mitre stand isn't working well for you, and we'll be glad to work with you on this. Please feel welcome to speak with one of our Customer Care Agents at 1-800-723-2787. We'll be happy to help!
(18 of 18 customers found this review helpful)
You get what you pay for
By John Clarke
from Enfield, CT
With care you can cut a miter good enough for house molding, maybe, but for framing it's not close enough..It has several problems:The detent that sets the angle of cut flexes quite a lot, more than a degree each way so it's easy to get a cut that's off one way or another or even worse, rounded.The clamp that holds the stock is very very weak--coming from Jorgensen, whose major product line is clamps, I would have expected better. During the process of cutting the stock can very easily shift.The whole unit is very, very light--it needs to be screwed down to something solid--a work bench, or in my case a 2x8 that I clamped to the bench, otherwise it slides around and is pretty hopeless.There's no support under or near the cut, so one needs to put a scrap under the workpiece to avoid tearout.Unfortunately, I don't know of anything else in the same price range that's any better. I was hoping to save myself the effort of making a small miter box, but looks like I'm going to have to.
(5 of 9 customers found this review helpful)
Quality materials. Excels at the jobs
from Washington, DC
Dollar for dollar it will compete with the "Lxxxx" products costing 8 times the dollar.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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