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This is a light to medium duty saw, but with care can handle some fairly heavy work.
The saw does not have enough depth for large pieces, so keep this in mind, if you are cutting large crown moulding, or shoe moulding.
One of the 2 identical saw guides was broken in half, again rendering their product useless.
I have owned an Empire 36191N for a couple of years. It took me about six months to become truly proficient with the saw. Read morePublished 9 months ago by F. Douglas Williams
It's a poorly made piece of junk, but I hoped to get my work done sawing some oak 1/4 rounds at an odd angle. It worked for a while, then the angle adjustment fell to pieces. Read morePublished 12 months ago by F. Pitas
Far too wiggly to cut a true miter. The set up screws won't hold tight so you can't make a clean cutPublished 20 months ago by Marilyn Simons
For what it is, it's a good product. It locks into place at the convenient angles for cutting moulding. Read morePublished on January 25, 2012 by Steven Blunt
This is a light duty miter saw that is made in Taiwan. If used for smaller stock like trim, I think it would be fine for most people. Read morePublished on April 3, 2011 by DX Dude
Although good for homeowner small projects, this saw is made in the land of cheap crap products. Descent but probably will not last long.Published on March 12, 2011 by southernpendesigns
After putting this saw together, we started cutting the chair rail. We quickly noticed that the saw was off by about 1-2 degrees. Read morePublished on November 12, 2010 by Bela N Jacobson