- Tall sliding fence supports crown molding vertically up to 4-1/2 inches and easily slides out of the way for bevel cuts
- 0- to 50-degree miter ability for greater capacity in all cutting applications
- 11 positive miter stops allow for quick settings and improved accuracy
- Steel-on-steel detent plate and pin offers repeatable accuracy and worksite durability
- 0- to 48-degree bevel delivers increased capacity for out-of-square corners
- 33-pound weight, head lock-down pin, and built-in carrying handle for increased portability
- 15 amp motor, 5,000 rpm provides enough power for all cutting applications
- Works great with the DW723 miter saw stand
Probably the best feature I’ve found is the light grip required on the
operating handle. I can’t see getting carpal tunnel syndrome from
overuse of the handle, for it is truly comfortable to use, unlike some
of the ones I tried that required both a hard grip on a safety device
as well as a tough pull-down on the handle.
The only thing I wish it had was a laser. That’s why only 4 stars. I
purchased the Irwin laser attachment to use with this lightweight
miter saw. I also believe the sawdust bag is usless and I attach it to
the vac when I use the saw.
This is a great saw for the homeowner. The professional might quibble with its lack of sliding capability, but for the price this compound miter saw is hard to beat.
Yeah I know it only compounds in one direction and it’s only 10″. Tell yah what though, for under $200 it’s a real bargain (no lasers at this price). The saw arrived in perfect condition, spot on accurate out of the box and it now carries a sign stating “finish work only”.
Power is good (takes a few seconds to come totally up to speed) and included blade is better than expected – I got additional blade at initial purchase becuase I assumed like most saws the included blade would be crap but standard blade is good general purpose. Dust collection sucks, though some reviewers have not been as “candid.”
This was compiled from reviews at Amazon.com