A press release about Milwaukee’s new M18 Fuel 7-1/4″ sliding miter saw just hit my inbox, and they’re (aptly) describing it as the industry’s lightest weight cordless miter saw.
“Well, not really” came to mind, as I pictured Stanley’s miter box and hand saw combo.
So I thought I’d have a little fun.
Stanley’s miter box and saw combo is a quick, inexpensive, and easy-to-use solution for cutting wood at 90°, 45°, and 22.5°.
It comes with a 14″ hand saw, and 2 pegs to help keep your work against the fence. The saw’s spine has a stop to prevent you from cutting into the miter box.
It doesn’t require AC power – hence my description of it being “cordless” – or battery power.
While we’re talking about miter boxes, has anyone ever used Nobex’s miter boxes? Lee Valley carries them in 3 styles – economical, standard, and professional, ranging from $55 to $195.
Is there a different miter box you’d recommend?