|Item Weight||5.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||27.5 x 8.8 x 2.5 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||KMA2700|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
KMA2700 Accu-Cut 48-Inch Circular Saw Guide Track System
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- Rips, crosscuts and make angled cuts
- Two-piece saw track, each component 26.5" long, assembles for 53" total guide length
- Transforms your circular saw into high-performance, track-guided system
- Anti-slip/Anti-chip strips hold track in place
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Universal Sled is compatible with the Kreg Rip-Cut
One great feature of the Accu-Cut sled is that you can remove it from the Accu-Cut track, and install it on any Kreg Rip-Cut. The sled slides right onto the Rip-Cut Guide Arm and locks in place. That allows you to make long cuts, such as ripping a sheet of plywood lengthwise, with the edge-guided accuracy of the Rip-Cut.
Accu-Cut Circular Saw Guide Track System
- Rip, cross cut, and make angled cuts up to 48" long in plywood, MDF, and panels
- Simply align the Guide Track with your marks to make accurate cuts
- Hold track in place without clamps thanks to anti-slip guide strips
- Prevent splintering with anti-chip strips that support material during the cut
- Begin cuts easily with a Starting Block that the supports saw and allows normal blade guard operation
- Mount almost any circular saw—left or right blade—to the Universal Sled
- Take your saw to the material instead of having to take your material to the saw
Straight, accurate, splinter-free cuts made easy
With the Accu-Cut, you eliminate the hassles of needing to mark a long cut line, and then try to guide the saw along it.
Instead, just make a couple of marks, and then align the edge of the Accu-Cut’s precision guide track with the marks.
In most applications, you don’t even need to clamp the track down, thanks to anti-slip strips that hold the track in place exactly where you place it.
That track guides the Accu-Cut’s universal sled. It accepts almost any circular saw—whether the blade is on the left or the right—and mounting your saw is quick and easy.
With your saw mounted to the sled, and the precision guide track in place on your plywood, cutting with the Accu-Cut is simple.
All you have to do is guide the sled along the track. Grooves in the sled ensure that the saw tracks perfectly straight.
Plus, the sled positions the saw blade so it hugs tight to the edge of the guide track. That way, your cut is perfectly aligned with the edge of the sled.
The strips that hold the track in place also provide an anti-chip edge that hugs tight to your saw blade.
And that minimizes rough, chipped-out edges by holding the fragile face layer in place to prevent your saw blade from lifting and tearing the surface as you cut.
Transform your circular saw into a high-performance, track-guided cutting system
To make cutting even easier, the Accu-Cut is also equipped with convenient starting block. It positions and aligns your saw so you can start your cuts confidently.
If you’re cutting plywood that’s bowed, warped, or that has a rough or dirty surface, you can use the optional Track Clamps to secure the guide track to your sheet.
With these great features, the Accu-Cut makes cutting plywood and large panels easy and predictable instead of intimidating.
Whether you’re crosscutting sheets, making rip cuts up to 48" long, or you’re cutting across the sheet at an angle, all you have to do is line up the sled, set your saw on the track, and make a straight, accurate, splinter-free cut every time.
And—because the Accu-Cut is portable—you can make these high-quality cuts anywhere by taking your saw to the material instead of having to bring your material to the saw.
Visit us online at kregtool website to learn more about the Kreg Accu-Cut, as well as our other Kreg Cutting Solutions that make cutting easy instead of intimidating—so you can start every project with confidence.
Team Up with Rip-Cut for More Versatility
The Kreg Accu-Cut works great for cutting across the full width of large sheets, and for making lengthwise cuts up to 48".
Sometimes, though, you may want to make longer cuts, or you may have a bunch of identical cuts to make. That’s when it’s great to also have the Kreg Rip-Cut.
The Rip-Cut uses the exact same saw sled as the Accu-Cut. That means you can simply slide your Accu-Cut sled onto the Rip-Cut bar and make long or repeat cuts. All you have to do is zero out the measurement cursor the very first time, and you’re set.
When you’re done cutting with the Rip-Cut, slide sled off, and you’re set to go with the Accu-Cut once again.
This Kreg Accu-Cut™ Circular Saw Guide Track System will produce results that exceed your expectations. This system rips, crosscuts and makes angled cuts up to 48” long in plywood, MDF, and other large panels. Transforms your circular saw into a high-performance, track-guided cutting system. Anti-slip/anti-chip strips hold the track securely in place without clamps while cutting, and the strips provide material support along the cut to prevent splintering of fragile plywood veneers.
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To remedy the issue I put thin layers of UV weld material (Bondic, 5 second fix, etc...) on one side of the sled where the gap was and repeated until the material was thick enough to just barely rub on the track. After doing this there was still some play, but it makes a better cut than I was expecting.
I had my reservations about how well the anti-slip strips wold hold the track in place, but it actually works remarkably well. As long as there isn't a lot of saw dust between the track and the work piece, the track stays in place when sawing. I've only used this so far on cabinet grade birch plywood, so you may see different results with other materials.
The anti-slip strips also doubles as an anti-chip edge. It is designed so that the first time you use it, you cut a small amount of material off of the ant-chip edge so that the blade is right up against it. This is very effective at keeping chipping to a minimum.
This doesn't work as well as a festool track saw, but for the price you can't beat it.
The main potential issue I see is that same base-to-track connection. There is a slight 1/32'' lateral slop to it, now this being my first track-type saw I have no reference and maybe all track saws do that. Secondly, just quickly running the saw on the track (without cutting anything) I could tell that if I wasn't pressing downward it could rotate off the track itself. I suspect that will be issue with many cordless type saws with narrower base plates where as electric saws may not be affected. When I get the chance this weekend to try it out, I'll update my findings.
I am returning this. It does not work with my cordless saw with a narrower base plate. Again, corded saws with wide base plates this will probably work. The reason it did not work for me was when I mounted the saw, it ultimately rides on 1 'rail' which causes rotational wobble.
Maybe I could have moved the saw over a bit more, cut into the padding and create the zero-clearance as suggested. I did not attempt to do it, but definitely thought about it and perhaps I would get the base plate to set on 2 of the plastic 'wings'