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Includes 15 Amp, 12 in. Compound Miter Saw With Exactline Adjustable Laser - ZRR4120
Ridgid R4120 12-inch Compound Miter Saw with Laser features ergonomic D-handle for improved grip and handling. The 2-1/2-inch dust port provides connection to standard dust collection systems to help keep work area clean. The 15 Amp heavy duty motor powers through the most difficult cuts. Repeat-A-Cut marking surface allows user to mark fence for the repetitive cuts. Work clamp with quick-release lever securely holds material in place. Left side Table Extension for increased material support. Sliding miter fence provides support for wider material adjusts for bevel cuts. Extended bevel and miter ranges are -3 degrees to 48 degrees bevel and 0 degrees to 47 degrees miter capacities accommodate a wide variety of cuts. Sof-touch controls improve comfort and grip. Specifications: Motor: 120 V, AC only, 15 Amps, No Load Speed: 4,000 r/min. (RPM), Blade Arbor: 1 in., Blade Diameter: 12 in., Weight: 49 lbs. Cutting Capacities: Baseboard Against Fence: 4 3/4 in., Crown Molding Laying Flat: 6 1/2 in., Baseboard Laying flat: 7 7/8 in., 90 degrees Cross Cut (nominal): 2 in. x 8 in. or 4 in. x 4 in., 45 degree Miter Cut (nominal): 2 in. x 6 in., 45 degree Bevel Cut (nominal): 2 in. x 8 in. Includes MS1250 Miter Saw, Exactline adjustable laser guide, table extension, carbide tipped blade, dust bag, dust guide, work clamp, blade wrench, hex keys, operator's manual.
This is my first miter saw but I like the way It moves to predefined angles or it moves smoothly to any angle. The cut is more than accurate for my use. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Puffer Bradley
Just bought a house, alot of remodeling. Saw looks like new and has worked well so far. We will see this summer, deck project is coming.Published 19 months ago by Dave sobeck
Came quickly. Reconditioned state was indistinguishable from new minus the "reconditioned" letters burnt into the handle. But that's okay. It's a tool, not an art piece. Read morePublished on June 26, 2013 by Chuck Redding