|Part Number||RAGE 3-DB|
|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||30.8 x 20 x 23.6 inches|
|Item model number||RAGE 3-DB|
|Size||10" Double Bevel Miter Saw|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Cutting Diameter||10 inches|
|Assembled Diameter||10 inches|
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Evolution Power Tools RAGE 3-DB 10-Inch TCT Multipurpose Cutting Double Bevel Compound Sliding Miter Saw
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- Extendable fend guard for long workpieces.
- RAGE3 blade (included) produces up to 750 cuts per blade in 2-Inch mild steel box section
- Extra large base for cutting stability
- No coolant required and produces virtually no sparks
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1) 1" arbor... this is annoying as you have to buy a Rage blade or look for another one. Most are diamond or 5/8"
2) Clamps are almost worthless. Another reviewer mentioned it and it's true. As soon as you try a 45 the clamps are in the way. For a blade that was designed to do miter cuts I don't get it.
3) All markings are off. Don't trust them at all. I don't know how that happened but it did.
It has a laser sight which so far seems to be fairly accurate. The sliding action if fairly smooth and the rails are about an inch in diameter. The miter adjustment is the squeeze grip type with a tension knob. The beveling action, which I have not had a chance to use yet, could be a tad better. If you needed to specifically use a saw for miter cuts then another one that has a better adjusting mechanism might be preferred. With this saw you have a lever that you release tension and then you rotate the armature. It works well but I'd be nice if it was as robust as the miter adjustment mechanism. However, it is a solid lock on your angle so it does work as intended.
As far as blade longevity I do not know. If you were to line up my material end-to-end I have probably cut through 40'-50' of 1/4" steel. The cutting speed is now slowing down to that of a 14" abrasive saw and I am still on the packaged blade but your mileage may vary. Rage also has another blade specifically for steel, the 10BLADEST. I will try that next since most of the work I do is in steel.
The cut is cold enough to touch your cheek immediately after finishing. Try that with an abrasive blade, torch, or plasma cutter. (no don't)
I would not hesitate to purchase this tool again.
After reading some of the other low ratings I checked the shaft run-out and mine and is at ± 0.005 and there isn't any discernible end play at all. As long as it holds after some heavier use I'll be more than happy with it. I am not using it for precision cutting anyway, I have a CNC Plasma cutter for that.
The blade is great, for basically $40 shipped (with Amazon Prime) you get a blade that will cut nearly anything you throw at it. I have spent over $100 on a finish blade for my table saw and I can say that the high $$$ blade cuts any better than the Rage blade. I will have to see what more use does to it, but I can't imagine it will dull quickly from the other reviews. For what this saw does and the power it has I can see why they put a 1" arbor motor on it, STRENGTH!
As far as the measurements being off, the laser (which is power by the cord - not batteries like the other saws I have owned) is adjustable. Loosen the two screws holding the laser in place, lay down a piece of white paper with a tape measure on top of it and set the laser to match the ruler on the fence. I always choose do mark my work when I need accuracy, but you can get the fence ruler pretty darn close. Don't forget the set the laser to compensate for the blade kerf for more accuracy.
This was a $249 saw shipped. No it's not Rockwell or Delta (or higher end) equipment, but as usual, you get what you pay for.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great saw for the price.
Slight delay on the power trigger buts cuts very well.
Be sure to wear proper clothing. Read more
Bought this for a fairly intricate project that required some custom fab work. Cutting 1x1" box at . Read morePublished 9 days ago by Pete
I bought both versions of this saw and they both burned out making mitter cuts. I'll say maybe 4 miter cuts. The cord was short and the power supply was adequate. Read morePublished 14 days ago by benjamin dumitrascuta
This is nothing but a cheap saw with a cheaper combination blade. The product info states you can cut up to 80 foot of 1/4" steel, I cut about 12 feet of 3/16" steel and... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
I have wanted a chop saw for a long time, but couldn't afford one (actually, I thought they were overpriced). When this came along, I grabbed one. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Dennis L. Odoms
I was skeptical at first about it cutting steel, however so far so good! I am pleased with this sawPublished 2 months ago by Dennis Garcia
Works great. I use mine with the steel cutting blade for projects on the homestead. I use mine with a separate saw guide clamp. Recommend using a full face mask when cutting.Published 2 months ago by Daniel Squires
Worth the money if you have a need to cut metal quickly. Material stays cool.Published 3 months ago by hammer