|Item Weight||1.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.3 x 4.5 x 12.2 inches|
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|Item model number||20-112|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime Warranty: Stanley warrants this product to the original purchaser for its useful life against deficiencies in material and workmanship.|
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Stanley 20-112 Clamping Miter Box
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- Stanley - Black & Decker
- High-impact resistant material
- Molded lip on base edge for easy use without mounting
- Holes in base for fastening to a workbench
- Limited lifetime warranty
- An ideal miter box for precise and versatile cuts
- High-impact resistant material
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Highlights: Holds material securely for accurate cutsMaterial secures to the base with a twist of the cam pins Cuts miters on 45 and 90, face angle 45, and 22-1/2 (octagonal) Molded-in storage compartments hold cam pins and pencil All pieces molded of high-impact-resistant material Molded lip on base edge for easy use without mounting Built-in saw stop prevents cutting into Miter box Holes in base for fastening to workbench Patented design. Amazon.com The Stanley Clamping Mitre Box features a built-in measuring scale and a honeycomb base with cam pins designed for a secure work piece for accurate cuts. Additionally, the box can cut miters on 45-degree, 90-degree and 22-1/2-degree angles for maximum versatility, features molded storage compartments for cam pins and a pencil, and sports a molded lip on the base edge for easy use without mounting. If you want to mount the box to a workbench, there's pre-drilled holes in the base for easy fastening to a workbench. The saw also comes with a built-in saw stop that prevents cutting into mitre box as well as a manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty.
The Stanley Clamping Mitre Box features a built-in measuring scale and a honeycomb base with cam pins designed for a secure work piece for accurate cuts. Additionally, the box can cut miters on 45-degree, 90-degree and 22-1/2-degree angles for maximum versatility, features molded storage compartments for cam pins and a pencil, and sports a molded lip on the base edge for easy use without mounting. If you want to mount the box to a workbench, there's pre-drilled holes in the base for easy fastening to a workbench. The saw also comes with a built-in saw stop that prevents cutting into mitre box as well as a manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty.
Top Customer Reviews
The cam pins hold the workpiece securely, freeing your off hand for holding the box to the bench while you saw. The box is designed as a bench hook, so there is no need to clamp it down. Just hold it with one hand and saw with the other.
The included saw is typical hardware store fare. In anything but thin stock, it cuts too slow. It is probably OK for thin molding, but for anything bigger, I would suggest using this box with the Shark 10" mitre box saw (shown at the top of this page, at the time of this writing), or even the 12" or 15" Shark general carpentry saw, which is what I use. These Japanese-style pull-saws do not have much set to the teeth, and so they fit easily into the slots.
Whichever saw you use, you will get a straighter cut if you use your off-hand thumb to pin the saw to the side of the slot while you cut. Otherwise, the slot provides room for the saw to wobble.
Some reviewers have pointed out that the box is plastic. Although I have to admit that this is true, I don't see what difference it makes. It works great, and it doesn't warp like the wooden ones, and you certainly wouldn't want a metal one. If it is flexing around on you while you saw, then you are trying way too hard. Relax. It is just a saw guide, not a tackling dummy.
It does a fine job of holding the stuff while you saw it.
I ordered the miter box to handle some simple repetitive cuts with the matching Stanley Back Saw. I don't have a need for a large miter saw so this was my only option really. I definitely recommend mounting it to a solid surface.
Made nice straight cuts, I did end up using a longer fast cut saw in place of the back saw, also no problem there.
Clamps worked nicely, they flexed with bowed pieces which made me nervous but it was a tight hold. I did like the cam design, genius way to hold irregular pieces. Nice pocket to hold them while adjusting the work piece and a pencil hole. Someone at Stanley did some serious thinking when designing this!
Only thing I wish for would be more mounting holes. Three provided, one at each end and one in the middle.
I really liked the simple clamp system. You twist the black rods to tighten the item in the clamp. Nothing moved when it was clamped down.
A search at my local hardware store found this Stanley Clamping Mitre Box. It was plastic, just like my old one, and it was cheap. I suppose most craftsmen would consider it a piece of junk not worthy of being in a tool collection. However, I'm not a craftsman and don't have a refined tool collection: I just needed a way of cutting a few 45 degree corners on rare occasion. The Stanley Clamping Mitre Box works fine, much better than the old model. I like the clamps as they aid in making a much more precise cut. I also like the little edge on the one bottom side as it makes the device much easier to use on a table surface. Also, it's easy to fasten it to the table, if you like. This model is a tremendous improvement over the old one. It's not a refined precision tool, but it works very well for my limited needs. It's well worth the cost.