|Item Weight||78 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||32 x 26.5 x 20.5 inches|
|Item model number||CM10GD|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Warranty Description||1-year warranty|
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Bosch 10-Inch 15-Amp Dual Bevel Axial-Glide Compact Miter Saw, CM10GD
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- ACCURACY: The Bosch-exclusive Axial-Glide System delivers durable and consistent precision over tool life, more compact workspace and an unmatched smoothness of cut Glide Action.
- CONVENIENCE: Featuring large, easy-to-read bevel and miter scales for precise, quick and easy adjustments. Complete with dust collection chute and vacuum adapter for easy cleanup.
- CONTROL: This miter saw provides accuracy and cutting control at all angles. Crown/chop lock locks head in place for maximum chop cutting capacity for upright base molding and nested crown.
- COMPACT: Featuring a compact design that replaces the sliding rail system, taking up to 10 In. less workspace than a slide miter saw. This Bosch miter saw is perfect for tight quarters where other saws just won’t do.
- COMFORT: Large, form-fitting ergonomic ambidextrous trigger handle with soft grip provides maximum comfort for all-day use while the clear lower guard allows for unobstructed visibility throughout the cutting job.
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Bosch CM10GD 10-Inch Dual Bevel Glide Miter Saw
The Bosch CM10GD 10-inch Dual-Bevel Glide miter saw provides power and versatility. Thanks to the compact design and the innovative Axial-Glide System, this unit provides smooth cutting control in up to 10 inches less workspace than other miter saws, so users are able to work productively in hallways and other tight quarters. The saw delivers 4,800 no load rpm with outstanding cut capacity – 12-inch horizontal capacity (nominal), 5-1/2-inch vertical capacity against the fence (base), and a 6-inch crown capacity against the fence (45 degree spring).
(1) 10-Inch Dual Bevel Glide Miter Saw, (1) 60-Tooth Blade, (1) Material Clamp, (1) Dust Bag
- Amperage: 15
- Arbor Size: 5/8-Inch
- Blade Diameter: 10 Inches
- Cord Length: 6 Feet
- Max RPM - No Load: 4,800
- Miter Angle Range: 52 Degrees Left, 60 Degrees Right
- Net Tool Weight: 60 lbs.
- Voltage: 120-Volts
The innovative Bosch Axial-Glide System gives the user durable precision in a compact workspace. Replacing the sliding rail system with a hinged or articulated glide arm system saves up to 10 inches of working room while giving the user enhanced alignment and a smooth glide for the life of the unit. As a result, users produce smooth cuts and have complete control over the saw's cutting motion.
Flexibility and Ease of Use
The all-metal bevel lock lever and range selector was designed to be upfront on this unit, to enable fast and easy bevel settings without reaching around behind the saw. The tall 4-1/4-inch sliding fences also support quick bevel set-ups, professional level precision and increased crown molding capacity.
Lock and Chop
For the utmost in chop cutting capacity for a 10-inch miter saw, the Bosch CM10GD has a crown/chop lock that locks the head in place. This enables users to power through upright base molding and nested crown molding. The adjustable miter detents with easy-read markings let you accurately set cuts up to 47 degrees left or right. The common angles have miter detents at 0, 15, 22.5, 31.6 and 45 degrees on the right and left, and 60 degrees on the right.
Dust in the Bag
Like other Bosch models, this saw includes a combination dust chute and vacuum adapter to hook up your 1-14-inch and 35mm hoses. The "click and clean" platform ensures that the vac hose remains in place, so users can concentrate on making the cut.
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|Included Components||bare-tool||Blade||Vertical Vise (122854-6), Dust Bag (122852-0), Triangular Rule (762001-3), 10" x 5/8" 60T Micro-Polished Miter Saw Blade, Hex Wrench 6 (781044-6)||bare-tool; attachments||bare-tool||bare-tool|
|Item Dimensions||26.5 x 32 x 20.5 in||—||32.68 x 22.05 x 21.65 in||17.25 x 18.75 x 33.25 in||22.75 x 29.5 x 20 in||31 x 23.5 x 19.5 in|
|Voltage||120 volts||120 volts||120 volts||120 volts||120 volts||120 volts|
The innovation responsible for both the unique appearance and the unparalleled level of performance is Bosch's patented Axial-Glide system. Beyond giving the CM10GD its distinctive profile, Bosch's Axial-Glide system eliminates three key challenges miter saw users have endured since the first slide systems debuted many years ago. While the traditional sliding compound miter saw approach enables users to make wider cross cuts, that system takes up more space and is prone to misalignment and stickiness over time. By replacing the sliding rail system with a hinged or articulating glide arm system - similar to the linkage used in a four-bar suspension design - Bosch created a more compact miter saw that delivers durable precision, remaining true and smooth over time. The Bosch CM10GD 10-Inch Dual Bevel Glide Miter Saw features a powerful 15-Amp, 4,000-RPM motor with large easy-to-read bevel and miter scales allowing for precise, quick and easy adjustments: 52-Degree Left/60-Degree Right Miter Capacity; 47-Degree Left/47-Degree Right Bevel Capacity with marked detents and roof pitch angles. The tall sliding 4-1/4-Inch fences allow for increased cutting capacity when cutting tall base and crown molding. With an ergonomic soft-grip ambidextrous trigger handle and a clear lower guard for unobstructed visibility throughout cut, the CM10GD provides maximum comfort for all-day use.
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OK, so the original saw was sold to a good friend of mine that had all of his stuff stolen. He needed a saw, I had 3. However, I purchased one about 60 days ago and have been using it in my shop for cabinet making only. This saw is great, except for one thing. It has run-out from hell and the articulating arm allows the saw to deflect. Bad. Like so bad I'm getting rid of it. I use this saw 99% of the time to make straight (intended to be), 90 degree cuts in anything from 1.5" maple up to about 16" plywood. It's really an art to make a true 90 degree cut with this saw on something over about 8" wide. Maybe it's me and I've always used a C handle saw but I can't continue to use this saw. When cutting cabinet sides being dead square is really important as I dado all my shelves into the faceframe and this causes major alignment issues not to mention the disaster it creates when drilling shelf pins. And did I mention trying to make a long bevel?? Forget it. Zero chance of a square cut. I'm going to try to tighten the arm today and play around with the saw to see if it tightens up but I'm not expecting much improvement.
I'm writing this review after only 1 day of use in the field and plan to update it after further use. Little about me....full time carpenter. Own my own business. Do custom cabinetry and casework. I am not a hobbyist although I enjoy woodworking probably more than playing golf.
The set up. I have this saw set up with a Saw Helper stand. So yes, I have to carry it into the job site. I hear a lot of people complaining about the weight of the saw and I tend to agree. The saw is a heavy. And quiet large. However, as I have read before, you don't have to hold the saw to make a cut so it's not a big deal to me. If you had to carry your miter saw around like you typically do a nail gun this would be a huge problem. I mostly work in occupied homes so I carry the saw in when I start and out when I finish. Weight of the saw doesn't bother me at all.
Lets start with the good. My saw was dead nuts out of the box. I didn't make any adjustments whatsoever. This is only the 3rd saw that I haven't had to fiddle with to get it cutting straight. Stock blade goes in the pile of "maybe for the table saw" and a new Tenyru replaces it. This saw cuts beautifully. It has plenty of power and although I haven't used it a lot I made some long bevel cuts in 4/4 poplar (it's what we typically use for trim her in Ohio) and the cuts were dead square and straight. No run out whatsoever. I love the miter detent over ride button. Every saw should have this. If you do any stair installation where you are making an 11 1/2 cut that is every so slightly out of square you will really appreciate this thing not jumping into a detent. I haven't experienced this but I have a couple other saws without this feature and they really annoy me when installing stairs.
Dust collection is lousy with the dust bag installed. If you notice the bag is way above the dust chute and has a couple nice turns in it. Impossible for dust to be tossed into the bag. HOWEVER, if you hook up a vac look out. I hooked up my CT Midi with just the smaller 27MM hose and I am blown away. It's better than my Kapex. Yes, better. The Kapex has a lot of moving parts in the path of the dust chute. The Bosch is just a chute, small section of tubing and then the vac. No obstacles to slow down the flow of air. Very impressed with the dust collection. If you do a slide cut (not plunge) I would say the 90% would be pretty accurate.
Up front bevel is a great idea. However, mine is so darn stiff/tight that you will literally flip the saw off the stand if you attempt to release the bevel lock with one hand. I'm sure like on a table saw fence clamp, this can be adjusted. I plan to investigate and hopefully loosen this up a bit. Otherwise I love not having to lean over the back of the saw to change the bevel.
Zero clearance in the rear of the saw because of the articulating arm. This is one of the main reasons I purchased this saw. My shop is small and putting this right against the wall is huge. However, you're aren't saving quiet as much room as you think. This saw still hangs off the rear a fair amount so in comparison to my Hitachi I would say I've gained about 8-9" (not sure what is advertised).
D handle for ambidextrous use. I don't know about this. My other saws have a vertical handle and the horizontal thing is going to take some adjusting on my part. It's comfortable. Just different. The safety switch feature although easy to use is annoying. I have no idea why saw companies feel it's so important to implement a safety on the trigger. I don't know of anyone that has caused injury to him or herself by accidentally starting the saw. I mean no one. I don't even know anyone that knows anyone that's been injured this way. Miter saw accident's typically happen, IMO, by misuse such as improperly supported material, kick back, etc. So, I will probably bypass the safety switch on this saw. Only reason for doing this is it's impossible to raise the guard with my right hand thumb to check alignment and then pull the trigger to make the cut. Ya need an extra thumb.
The glide is really nice. Does having a super smooth glide/slide action make the saw better?? I doubt it. Although I did own a Dewalt 780 that was so hard to slide it was impossible to make a long sliding cut so maybe it does make the saw better, I don't know. It does make the saw an absolute pleasure to use. My helper calls the saw "Butter" because it's that smooth. I feel like this super smooth, near zero resistance gives me a lot of feel with the saw.
OK, the bad. I honestly haven't seen much I don't like. It should have a laser like my Hitachi. Couldn't cost much to add this feature. Or maybe a light like the Dewalt. It needs something because I feel like Bosch is a little behind by not having this feature. I may add the Laserkerf aftermarket to my saw. If you haven't seen this product it's pretty cool and works really well.
The blade guard sorta bugs me. It's one that rides on the material with little wheels while you're cutting. This type of guard typically holds up and function well but it is a bit hindering when you are trying to align to a pencil mark on the front edge (closest to your body) some wide material. I will and do NOT recommend removing or shimming the guard up out of the way. This terrifies me and I won't even make a cut on a miter saw without a guard.
Capacity. Not great as far as cutting base against the fence. However, anything bigger than 3 1/4" tall I've always cut on the flat so not a big deal to me. Crown mold is the same. I cut most of it on the flat as well although some cabinet crown I prefer to cut in the upright position. Most of the paint grade crown in my area is now MDF and it's a real hassle trying to hold this crap against the fence/bed in the upright position and make an accurate, repeatable cut. For this reason, I taught myself to cut it flat about a few years ago.
Like i said in the beginning of this review I haven't used the saw much but so far I really like it. And I am extremely picky when it comes to miter saws and am comparing it to my other saws which are the Hitachi C10FSH and the Festool Kapex. I need to cut some really small molding and see how it does. A lot of the newer saws that cut behind the arbor like to throw small molding (Kapex). This saw isn't designed this way so I have high expectations. At this point I would highly recommend this saw to anyone looking for a 10" SCMS. I plan to update this review as I use the saw more in different conditions.