Specifications & Dimensions
|Fence Size (HxL) (In):||1-3/4 in.|
|Crosscut Capacity - 0 Miter 0 Bevel:||2 in. x 4 in.|
|Crosscut Capacity - 0 Miter 45 Left Bevel:||1-1/2 in. x 4 in.|
|Crosscut Capacity - 45 Miter 0 Bevel:||2 in. x 2-7/8 in.|
|Crosscut Capacity - 45 Miter 45 Left Bevel:||1-1/2 in. x 2-7/8 in.|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||8|
|Package Contents:||Saw, Blade, Blade Wrench, Instruction Manual, Clamps|
|Blade Diameter (In):||7.25|
|Arbor Size:||5/8 in.|
|Blade Bevel Range:||0-45 deg.|
|Cut Depth At 45 Degrees:||1-1/2 in.|
|Cut Depth At 90 Degrees:||2 in.|
Ratings & Reviews
Craftsman Miter Saw Never Misses the Mark
Be the master of precision with the Craftsman 7 1/4inch Compound Miter Saw. Whether you work with wood professionally or as a hobby, this saw will make impressively-accurate crosscuts, miter, bevel and compound cuts. It slices through wood perfectly regardless of the position it's in and will make sure it stays steady while you're working. It's a tool set essential for carpenters, construction teams and woodwork buffs.
The Craftsman Miter Saw is powered by a 7A arbor motor and 120 voltage. It has a 30 minute duty cycle, giving you freedom to get a lot of work in just a day. It features a no load speed of 5000rpm. This 13 pound powerful machine is a great tool for every respectable craftsman. How long does it take for a wood chuck to chuck wood? With this miter saw ... it's in no time.
- Make impressively precise cuts with this Craftsman 7 1/4inch Compound Miter Saw
- You can make accurate crosscuts, miter, bevel and compound cuts
- It cuts expertly regardless of the angle of the wood
- Runs on a powerful 7A arbor motor with 120 voltage
- 30 minute duty cycle increases daily productivity
- Features a no load speed of 5000rpm
- Total weight of 13 lbs.
- Has a 1-5/8 in. vacuum port
Added on October 13, 2012
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Most Helpful Reviews
Long Beach, CA
Is a good little saw, wont cut anything more than a 2X4, but was perfect for the project we had and the price. Only down side is that the "laser" doesn't really work, all that well. But its still a good little saw.
This miter saw will cut boards up to 4 inches wide and 2 inches high. It would have been nice to know this when I ordered it online! I have to return it now. No where in the online description does it say this. My husband assumed it would cut 6 inch wide.
the miter saw is small and the perfect size for small projects around the house. easy to carry and easy to use . i would recommend this item to a friend for sure. and the bad keep dust from blowing all over the place , easy clean up
Perfect for cutting 2x4s and smaller moldings. I bought mainly for cutting 2x4s for framing out projects around the house. It's small size limits what you can cut with it but it's really small and very light. The price was right also
I bought this for my husband and he loves it! He does some small handy work around the house and I think this is perfect for him. It's been working for him since he hasn't complained about it yet.
Pretty reliable for such a small unit. Gets most of the job done efficiently. Obviously not for very large projects but good enough to take care of mundane items around the house
I recently purchased a home and my sons and I are remodeling. We were using a handsaw and miter box but it really did not work well for wider trim. I found this saw on sale and it works great. It is really easy to use and makes the job go so much faster. I mounted it on a portable stand so I can move it from the garage to the back yard or any of the rooms I am working in easily.
San Mateo, CA
I used the Sears 7 1/4" miter saw to precisely cut 3/4" x 1 1/2" x 41/2" angular hardwood segments for a segmented turned hardwood bowl. The segmented hardwood turned bowl was a success due to the precise performance of the Sears 7 1/4" miter saw. Before using the saw, I tightened the saw's main pivot bolt nut because there was a slight amount of play or wobble in the pivot interface. Then I adjusted the blade for perpendicularity to the saw table and adjusted the fence for perpendicularity to the blade using a digital protractor. I checked the saw table angular detent positions with the digital protractor and the accuracy was very good. The Sears 7 1/4" miter saw is a great little saw for the price if properly tightened and adjusted.