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Overview
High-performance, track-guided circular saw for precisely cutting plywood and solid-wood boards

The Adaptive Cutting System Plunge Saw offers powerful cutting performance with a variable-speed motor with an electronic blade brake. It provides safe cutting with plunge-cutting action, a fully shrouded blade, a retractable riving knife, and integrated anti-kickback features.

The Plunge Saw is versatile, too, with bevel cutting capability from -1° to 47*°, and 2 1/8" maximum cutting-depth from the included 48-tooth, carbide-tipped blade. With a 12-amp motor the Plunge Saw delivers cutting power, plus control from variable-speed and an electronic blade brake. An included dust port and bag collect chips to minimize cutting mess and provides the ability to connect to a vacuum hose.

The Plunge Saw is designed to work with the Adaptive Cutting System 62" Guide Track to deliver straight, smooth, splinter-free cuts in solid wood, plywood, and other sheet goods. Plus, the saw offers integrated safety and ergonomic features that make it easy and safe to use. The saw's blade-left design is optimized for right-handed users and provides superior cutting visibility and control. Two-year saw warranty. connect to a vacuum hose.

*Designed for use with the Adaptive Cutting System 62" Guide Track and compatible with Adaptive Cutting System Project Table

Specifications
  • Motor: 12A, 120V variable-speed motor with load compensation and electronic brake
  • Blade diameter: 6-1/2"
  • Arbor: 20mm
  • Max cutting capacities 90°: 2-1/8"
  • Max cutting capacities 45°: 1-1/2"
  • Bevel capacity: -1° to 47°
  • No-load speed: 2000 - 5500 RPM
  • Saw dimensions: 12"L x 9"W x 10-1/2"H
  • Includes: (1) Plunge Saw, (1) 48T Carbide blade, (1) Dust Collection Bag, (1) Carrying Bag
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