June 29, 2009

AusAngle Saw Guide

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Yet another interesting item out of Australia. This one appears to be a mini track saw with a miter gauge. If it works as advertised, it has a lot of the functionality of a sliding compound miter saw but with a much longer cut. While it can't do crown molding, the basic kit can slice up to about 3-1/2'.

It looks like it just attaches to your circular saw and you're ready to go. There's no information on saw compatibility (do Australian saws have different footplates than US saws?).

The AusAngle basic kit costs $299 ($240 US) which is a more than fair price considering that a decent miter saw is at least that. Rail extensions are available as well.

There is a little more information and photos over at AusAngle.com.

Here's a video of a guy making a bunch of cuts. Looks handy.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at June 29, 2009 5:27 AM

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I have seen this thing in action before and it works really well. I would recommend it. And it defently helps cut.


Posted by: Caleb at May 31, 2013 4:42 PM
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