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Mac Allister 1500W 220-240V 210mm Sliding mitre saw MMIS210S-B
The Mac Allister sliding compound mitre saw is a high performance cutting tool.
- Guarantee - 2 years
- Includes - 210 mm 48 tooth TCT blade
Features and benefits
- 2 side extension wings support to balance longer boards and ensure an accurate cut
- TCT wood blade
- Aluminium base
- Single bevel sliding system allows the saw to perform a wider cut. Especially useful when cutting shorter, but wider work pieces, such as shelving and deck boards
|Carrying facility||No carry case|
|Compatible blade diameter||210mm|
|Maximum bevel left||45°|
|Maximum bevel right||45°|
|Maximum cutting capacity (45° mitre x 45° bevel)||70|
|Maximum cutting capacity (45° mitre x 90° bevel)||305|
|Maximum mitre left||45°|
|Maximum mitre right||45°|
|Mitre stop angles||10, 15, 22.5, 30, 31.6 and 45°|
|No load speed||5000rpm|
Waste of time and money
EAC1975 - Yesterday
Impossible to get this thing to cut square vertically and horizontally. Avoid. You'd have a better chance of accurate cuts blindfolded using a butter knife.
Decent quality for a DIY'er
Gumboburns - 25 days ago
I've used this for skirting boards, and building some bunk beds, and tbh ive had no problems. I wasa little worried about the accuracy (as noted in other reviews), but once I got used to where it cuts it was fine.
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tony335 - 1 month ago
So far so good. Acceptable for decking and outside woodwork. Not sure it would be very accurate for Joinary work ie skirting or door frames
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johnbass - 1 month ago
You read the description it states
left beval 45 °
Right beval 45°
Thats why I brought the saw, then to find out its only single beval was bit of a shock. Overall the saw is good with a decent blade in. I would suggest a better description, as it seems I'm not the only one to do this.
Clean cut, not accurate
rdp32 - 1 month ago
Gives a nice clean cut but is in no way accurate. I've tried reassembling and adjusting everything but the left and right sides of the fence don't line up for starters so achieving a square cut is impossible. The bevel function doesn't clamp tight enough so it moves during cutting, and the dust extraction also leaves a lot to be desired.