Ryobi One+ 190mm Compound Mitre Saw EMS190DC-L40G

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Ryobi One+ 190mm Compound Mitre Saw EMS190DC-L40G

Product code:
4960673135132
Ryobi One+ 190mm Compound Mitre Saw EMS190DC-L40G Ryobi One+ 190mm Compound Mitre Saw EMS190DC-L40G Ryobi One+ 190mm Compound Mitre Saw EMS190DC-L40G

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This compound mitre saw is ideal for making mitre cuts in wood.

  • No load speed - 4500 rpm
  • Maximum cutting depth at 90° - 40mm
  • Maximum cutting length at 90° of 105mm
  • Maximum mitre left - 45°/Maximum mitre right - 45°
  • Blade diameter - 190mm

Features and Benefits

  • Up to 100 cuts in 100 x 25mm white pine with included 4Ah battery
  • Exactline laser guide for improved accuracy
  • Pre select mitre angles at 0, 15, 22.5, 30 and 40
  • Aluminium base provides a good cutting surface
  • Part of the ONE+ system, use the included battery and charger with over 40 tools

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Ryobi One+ 190mm Compound Mitre Saw EMS190DC-L40G
No load speed 4500rpm
Maximum cutting depth at 90° 40mm
Maximum cutting depth at 45° bevel 30mm
Maximum cutting length at 90° 105mm
Maximum bevel left 45°
Maximum bevel right
Maximum mitre right 45°
Preset mitre stops 0, 15, 22.5, 31.6, 45°
Blade type Tungsten carbide tipped blade
Blade diameter 190mm
Disc bore 30mm
Blade guard Blade guard
Blade brake Electric brake
Switch type Trigger switch
Weight 10.5kg

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