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Kreg KMS7102 Table Saw Precision Miter Gauge System

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  • Factory Calibration. Guaranteed out of the box to .003 accuracy of 6-inches
  • Gauge head is CNC machine perfectly square to the bar and table ( no stampings)
  • Vernier scale allows fast, 1/10th-degree angle adjustments
  • Microadjuster allows additional angle adjustment to 1/100th degree
  • Postive stops at 0, 10, 22-1/2, 30 and 45-degrees; limited lifetime warranty
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number KMS7102
Product Dimensions25.2 x 2.6 x 6.2 inches
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Item model numberKMS7102
ColorBlue
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Warranty DescriptionLIMITED
  
Additional Information
ASINB0002QZ4RG
Best Sellers Rank #12,383 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 26, 2004
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Cut perfect miters consistently with Kregs Precision Miter Gauge System. A number of unique features makes this one of the most precise miter gauges on the market today. Factory calibrated accuracy starts with a gauge head that is machined on a computerized milling machine for absolute precision. An easy-to-read Vernier scale enables precise angle adjustments up to 1/10th of a degree. Five patented bar adjusters take up the play in the miter slot for a perfect fit. A 24" fence section with patented Swing Stop and self-adhesive measuring tape is included.

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Requires no calibrating (view larger).

Why spend your time calibrating a miter gauge when you can get factory-milled accuracy right out of the box? Kreg's Precision Miter Gauge System requires no calibrating, and features positive stops at 0, 10, 22-1/2, 30 and 45 degrees to make it easy to cut perfect miters quickly. Of course, when you do want to cut a more complicated angle, the easy to-use Vernier scale allows for fast adjustments to 1/10th of a degree.

Perfect Miters, Fast

Precision is the name of the game for this CNC milled miter gauge. Kreg worked hard to build accuracy into every feature of this product from the rugged aluminum fence, to the solid, yet versatile Swing Stop, to the easy-to-adjust Vernier scale. Bottom line, this miter gauge will put your projects on the fast track to perfection.

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Microadjuster allows additional angle adjustment to 1/100th degree (view larger).

Precision Lens Cursor

Similar to the type of lens found on a quality table saw rip fence, the clear lens features a high-visibility red line that makes it easy to set the Swing Stop for precise cuts, time after time.

No Play in the Miter Slot

The extremely straight 24-inch anodized aluminum bar is 3/8-inch tall by 3/4-inch wide and features five bar adjusters that eliminate "play" in the miter slot with the turn of a screw driver.

Swing Stop

The Swing Stop slides effortlessly along the fence of the Precision Miter Gauge and locks securely into place with the simple turn of a knob. It also features a patented curved foot that lifts out of the way when you slide a board into it, so squaring an end and cutting to length doesn't require moving the stop.

Add a Sacrificial Fence

The curved foot of the Swing Stop's "break-away" design allows you to add a sacrificial fence to your Miter Gauge.

About Kreg Tool Company

In 1986 Craig Sommerfeld was in the process of building his house and needed to find a way to attach his doweled face frames to his kitchen cabinet carcase members. A tool and die maker by trade, but a woodworker out of necessity, Craig had a problem. Not wanting to nail them on and then fill with putty, he designed and built "Craig's Jig" which was a single-hole pocket hole jig crafted from steel and aluminum that allowed him to attach the face frames from the inside of the cabinet where the joint could be hidden from view.

In the intervening years, Kreg Tool Company has emerged as the leader in Pocket Hole Technology. From the manual Kreg Jig to the fully-automatic Pro Series machines, Kreg offers a simple solution that has changed the way thousands of woodworkers join wood.

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KMS7102 Table Saw Precision Miter Gauge System

At a Glance
  • Factory calibrated — perfect right out of the box
  • Positive stops at 0, 10, 22-1/2, 30, and 45 degrees
  • Brass pin allows quick changes between positive stop angles
  • 24-inch bar with five bar adjusters eliminates the play between the bar and the miter slot
  • 24-inch fence section with patented Swing Stop

Customer Reviews

Very accurate and easy to set and use.
Michael R. Lebo
This product was on time and on spec I would be happy to order from this company again and again, and again.
Adam Bull
With a sacrificial fence extended beyond the blade you can minimize tear-out at the blade exit.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

105 of 106 people found the following review helpful By John Henry Newman on September 14, 2005
In looking for an upgrade to my factory miter gauge, I considered the Kreg, Incra, and the JDS. Based on reviews here at Amazon, I eliminated the JDS gauge, and I was wary about the Incra (several models) because of the mixed reviews. Although no reviews existed here on Amazon, I found a nice online revew at "Online Tool Reviews" (dot com) Because I have been very impressed with the level of Kreg engineering on their pocket hole systems, I gave the Kreg gauge a shot.

I short, the gauge is easy to set up, easy to use, and is accurate. The nylon screws make fitting the gauge to your miter slot a breeze. My dial caliper indicates that the Kreg gauge is about 1/128" off, after just a couple of minutes of fine tuning. I tested the miter scale with my Bosch Digital Protractor (reads to the 0.1 degree) and the Kreg scale is dead on. Kreg even provides a method to adjust the angle to 0.01 degree, but I doubt I will need to do that!

You can refer to the aforementioned review for details on setup tips, so I will only add a couple of my own tips below:

Think about how far away you want the miter gauge fence to be from your blade BEFORE you cut the self-adhesive tape. Make sure your gauge will clear your blade guard! I wished that I would have cut my tape at about 1.5" rather than the 1" called for in the manual. Also, when following the tape cutting procedure in the online review, be careful not to pull the adhesive off the tape! My adhesive stuck to the paper and I had to carefully re-stick it. Lastly, be aware that because of the weight of the fence, your gauge will twist whenever the fence isn't resting on the table surface (when you back the gauge off the table).
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47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By D. Meermans on September 23, 2005
The ease of set up and repeatability using the FlipStop make cutting and tenoning furniture parts a breeze.

I use a two-foot steel rule when setting up and the accuracy is great. I do not use the stick-on rule because I followed the manual instructions and cut it too short. In any event, if you adjust the rail to accommodate an angle setting, you need to carefully reset its position so the tape is correct-too much trouble considering the steel rule provides a direct blade-to-stop measurement. Definitely get the FlipStop if you need to make same-length parts. It is a GREAT feature.

The only objection I have is the little plastic buttons that prevent the rail from rubbing on the table are very easy to knock off and very hard to find on the floor. I cut a strip from a plastic cutting board to replace them. No more problem.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By WC7P on January 11, 2007
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This is an excellent tool. My main happiness is that it is easy to set it up to be used in the right hand slot on the table. It is dead accurate -- I didn't have to tweak anything to make absolutely square cuts.

HOWEVER -- I'd be a lot happier if the main slide bar was steel instead of aluminum. The aluminum bar flexes a lot. The plastic adjusters have to be adjusted EXACTLY right or the bar will flex, changing the cutoff angle - slightly. I'm a shipwright and a sometimes cabinet maker, running my own shop. If the slide bar were changed to steel, the tool would be perfect. (Yes, I'd be overjoyed to pay another $10 for a steel bar.)
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By WD Baebler on January 16, 2012
Let me begin by saying that I am a huge fan of Kreg and have gladly and liberally stocked my shop with their tools. That said... Set-up was straight forward and easy. By all outward appearances, this thing is a beauty. Unfortunately, once used on the table saw, I was disappointed. The flip stop, as per the set up guide, is buffered by a plastic plug so it has a tendency to flex against the bolt making exactly repeated cuts a "Near miss". I have also noticed quite a bit of play on the actual fence as well as the stepped stops with the brass plug. I can square it up manually every time I set the angle, but this goes against purchasing and using a stepped precision miter. One still will have to battle the fence when it comes to cutting angles as well as being at a 90 angle to the table. This last piece is in reference to the plastic gliders the miter runs on. They save the table from scratches, but keep the fence from lying flat thus knocking off the square to the table top as it gives play against the arm. My shop is at a stand-still with wood to be re-cut until I find a replacement.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Ronald Mackenzie on February 24, 2006
The Kreg Miter Guage System was a must for my shop without spending "bigucks" for the higher end models that I'm sure are comprable to the Kreg. It's easy to use and very easy to read calibrations. My only negative statement would be that Kreg should pre-assemble some of the smaller components or harder to assemble items to reduce the long assemble time.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Scott on August 15, 2007
I have owned a Jet 10 inch cabinet saw for about 5 years. I built a panel sled for it as one of my first shop jig projects. That solved all of my problems for 90 degree cutoffs. I also own a Dewalt Radial arm saw that I have used for many years for cutoff and making tenons. The Kreg Miter Gauge adds another piece to my arsenal. It is very well designed and is definitely lightyears ahead of the miter that came with the saw. Once adjusted to the slot, the gauge is good and solid. The stops are all perfectly set right out of the box. The instructions were easy to follow and I had it up and running in about 1/2 hour. The only minor complaint I have about the gauge is the screws that adjust the bar to the slot. They work O.K. but since they make only a "point" contact they tend to peen and come out of adjustmant. Since the adjustment is under the bar, it takes a little fiddling to get them just right. Some sort of top adjusting method would be much simpler. I tend to check the adjustment first thing when I start to use the gauge.

So, now I have three miter/cutoff/dado tools in my shop.

1. Radial Arm saw for work on long pieces (Cutoff and Dado).
2. Panel sled for 90 degree cutoff.
3. Kreg miter gauge for shorter pieces and quick setup.

Sweet!
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