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Bosch 5312 12-Inch Dual Bevel Slide Compound Miter Saw

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  • Up-front bevel lock lever and range selector knob for easily accessed controls for bevel settings
  • Large 25-1/2-inch base with built-in cast sliding extensions for 40-inch total length
  • Easily readable bevel and miter scales for easy setting of accurate bevel and miter angles
  • Amperage is 15 and voltage is 120
  • Electric brake for quick, repetitive cuts and ability to stop blade in seconds
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 2584-4226
Product Dimensions40 x 22 x 22 inches
Item model number5312
ColorMetal
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Voltage120.00
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsbare-tool; attachments
Batteries Included?No
Warranty Description30 Day Money Back Guarantee - 1 year warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB003DQO7IY
Best Sellers Rank #26,828 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight76.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 6, 2010
  
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Product Description

2584-4226 Features: -Distressed:No -Power Source:Electric. Dimensions: -Overall Height - Top to Bottom:22 -Overall Width - Side to Side:22.5 -Overall Depth - Front to Back:40 -Overall Product Weight:76.8

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The Bosch 12-Inch Dual-Bevel Slide Miter Saw provides the precision and performance your projects require. Ideal for a range of jobs including crown molding and framing, this saw makes quick, clean, and precise cuts for reliable results. It comes with a durable, 60-tooth blade, wrench set, tool-free vertical work clamp, and dust bag.

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12-Inch Dual-Bevel Slide
Miter Saw
At a Glance:
  • Up-front bevel lock lever and range selector knob for quick, accurate bevel settings

  • Large 25-1/2-inch base with built-in cast sliding extensions for 40 inches of total length

  • Tall 4-1/2-inch speed-track sliding fences for easy bevel setup and crown molding

  • Electric brake and carbide-tipped blade allow for quick, clean cuts

  • One-year limited warranty
At a Glance
Bosch 5312 12-Inch Dual-Bevel Slide Miter Saw
Delivers ideal precision and performance for a range of carpentry jobs. View larger.
Bosch 5312 12-Inch Dual-Bevel Slide Miter Saw
Up-front bevel lock lever and range selector knob offer quick and accurate bevel settings. View larger.
Large 25-1/2-Inch Base for Power and Versatility
Powered by a 15-amp motor, the Dual-Bevel Slide Miter Saw can accommodate a range of material sizes. It features a 25-1/2-inch base with built-in cast sliding extensions for a total length of 40 inches, as well as tall 4-1/2-inch speed-track sliding fences for easy bevel setups and increased crown molding cutting capabilities.

For quick, repetitive cuts, an electric brake stops the blade in seconds. The 60-tooth, thin-kerf, carbide-tipped blade provides more precise cuts and stays sharper longer.

Bosch 5312 12-Inch Dual-Bevel Slide Miter Saw
Wedge-and-slot miter detent system. View larger.
Easy Adjustments for Accuracy
The saw delivers precise, dependable results. An up-front bevel lock lever and range selector knob are easy to access for quick and accurate bevel settings. Its visible bevel and miter scales, and a miter detent override, make for quick angle setting and adjustments. The saw offers bevel stops and detents at 0, 33.9, and 45 degrees on the left and right.

Multiple Miter Detents for Precise Angles
A wedge-and-slot miter detent system ensures consistent and precise miter angles, and a dual sliding rail design provides accuracy cut after cut. The miter angle range features 52 degrees on the left and 60 degrees on the right, while meter detents appear at 0, 15, 22.5, 31.6, and 45 degrees on the left and right (and at 60 degrees on the right only). A 31.6-degree miter and 33.9-degree bevel detents allow for quick, accurate crown cuts.

Warranty Information
The Bosch Dual-Bevel Slide Miter Saw is backed by a manufacturer's one-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Miter saw, blade, wrench set, clamp, and dust bag.



Important Information

Bulb Voltage
120.00

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Very happy with the saw so far.
Ricardo
The bevel and miters are very easy to adjust.
Superpickle
This saw was accurate right out of the box.
GuyFromWisconsin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

100 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Eric on October 2, 2010
After quite a bit of time working with this saw professionally, I have found it to be the most accurate, durable, fast to use, and easy to carry of the multitude I've come in contact with on the job site.

Accuracy:

The saw was accurate out of the box and has an easy system to adjust if it comes slightly off a perfect 90º. I tested the accuracy by cutting an octagon out of some scrap wood, and found the last miter to meet very well, which is rare in a sliding saw.

Durability:

I've only adjusted the saw once, after a big fall off a deck when another carpenter caught it with a 12-foot board. After the 9 foot fall, I didn't have the time to test the saw and make sure it was square, so I trued it instead. Other than a small crack in the handle, the saw came through the fall without any damage, and the crack doesn't affect the function at all.

Speed:

The upfront controls make tilting the powerhead a breeze! It's made trim jobs such as tall baseboard and crown molding go much faster and easier.

Portability:

That Bosch's engineers actually used this saw is apparent from the moment you pick it up. Best two (!) handles in the industry!

Cons:

Factory blade- be prepared to replace this sooner than a Makita, but at roughly the same time as a Dewalt, Ridgid, or Milwaukee. We've replaced the blade with Freuds, which we've found quite satisfactory.

Weight/Size: Make no mistake, this is a big saw. Portable, but be prepared for it to take up some room at the job site and on your truck. We keep ours on a TB4 stand- best stand we've used!
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44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By SharonC on November 13, 2010
No need to write a book about this saw, Eric covered most of the important features:

Recently my husband and I built ourselves a home. He worked as a professional homebuilder for many years before moving on to supervisor positions, so when it came time to pick out a sliding miter saw he talked with his guys. They had great things to say about this saw, mostly that the performance, quality, and features were equal to any saw on the market, even those that cost a lot more. They were right!

We bought ours from Smallring_Sales, not through Amazon. It arrived fast, in perfect condition.

The saw, equipped with the right blades, took care of every task from initial framing to hanging the final trim. It did it accurately, and without a problem in the year+ it was on the jobsite. It got wet, we knocked it over, etc. No issues.

Great saw!
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56 of 60 people found the following review helpful By D. Sargent on November 11, 2010
I purchased this saw because it came w/a FREE zero gravity miter saw stand. It was a promo. at Lowes...I couldn't resist. To prevent this review from being redundant, I agree all points in Eric's review. What I would like to add is that, if you are thinking of using this saw to make miter joints on crown molding (as opposed to coping corners, it is a dream to use! I have owned and used the Makita LS1214F for years. I bought it because of its reviews at the time and some of it's 'features', like a diagram on how to cut crown mldg. on it's flat.

When I first used the Bosch, the first thing I noticed was that there was no crown mldg. corner diagram. Disappointed. Getting angles correct on crown corners can be mentally challenging, especially when cutting crown when it is laying flat, on it's back, on the saw table(In this position, it is much quicker than propping it up against the fence -if you can get past the conceptual/math part). You need to hit angles like 31.6 accurately to make a clean corner. So I drew a diagram on the fence, remembering just how often I referred to the diagram on the Makita.

Within the first couple of cuts on the Bosch, I realized that I didn't need the diagram for the corners. For many reasons, the Bosch is much more intuitive and all the necessary angles for cutting corners are very clearly marked and many have 'stops' for truly accurate angles. I haven't owned the saw very long, but I'd say that I've made at least 40 inside and outside corners w/o a single backward or upside down cut and w/much less aggravation and thought. A very different experience than w/the Makita.

By the way, the zero gravity stand is the cats meow.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Breezy on April 29, 2012
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I have used this item extensively over the last 60 days. It is very well designed for daily use. I am installing solid oak floors (roughly 1100 sq ft). I move it in and out of the house every night to cut. I also do fine carpentry for fun so accuracy was a concern for selecting the right saw. I would definately buy this saw again. It is very accurate and flexible for quickly making different cuts. The saw is a BEAST! To utilize the full slide range make sure you have alot of room in your wood shop/garage before you purchase. It aslo has good power to rip though 3/4" oak all day long. This saw is a solid 4star rating, I only have 2 cautions before you purchase:

1. The stock blade is junk. Buy a nice blade to replace it with your purchase.

2. Adjusting the side to side bevel to square isn't as easy as the directions make it out to be. Make sure everything is loose and be patient with the adjustment screw otherwise you will strip it. It could have just been me, but it was a pain in the ... to asjust is 2 degrees. It did not arrive adjusted, so check it before you use.

The disclaimer: I am not a professionsal, but I do use the saw almost daily. I will NEVER buy another miter saw as this is above and beyond the quality and capability I could ever need. I have also gone from entry level saws to this (Ryobi/Craftsman to Bosch). I hope this helps.
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