10 Best Powertec Miter Saws of December 2020

  1. Product Highlights
    • The miter t track has a “t” shape to it so that it can accept the discs on the ends of many miter gauges. this essentially means that your ¾” x 3/8” bar on your miter gauge will fit neatly into this track even with the disc on the end. of course you don’t have to have a bar with the disc on the end. wether you’re making a table top for your router, your band saw or simp...
    • Miter t track is often used in woodworking applications but can be used most anywhere throughout a workshop setting. it is the ideal solution for router tables in need of a miter slot for miter gauges. the ¾” wide slot accommodates most miter gauges which makes it super handy for any workshop. many woodworkers and professionals alike build jigs or sleds with uhmw bars o...
    • When building sleds or fixtures, workshop tables, router table tops or any type of jig or fixture that helps hold stock in place or helps feeding stock through a cutter, miter t track will help make it so much easier. miter t track does this by allowing devices like miter gauges to effortlessly slide through the track for cutting applications and it can also accept fixt...
    • The “t” shape on the miter track also accepts the t-bar. the t-bar has been designed to fit neatly into the miter track profile for use with jigs, fixtures or sleds. the t-bar is made from a solid piece of extruded aluminum and can be cut into sections and drilled as needed. typical uses for the t-bar are fixtures like featherboards where the featherboard needs to be ke...
    • When we decided to start manufacturing aluminum tracks many years ago (well over 20 years), we thought that it was very important to do our best to keep the manufacturing process here in the united states. we are proud to say that even after 20 years, we manufacture all of our anodized aluminum track (including this miter t track) here in the usa. this helps our custome...
  2. Product Highlights
    • The .200” thick, adjustable, solid aluminum head is machined with 13 positive stop holes. 1 hole is at 90 degrees while the 6 holes on both sides are at 22.5, 30, 45, 60, 67.5 and 90 degrees. the positive stops are perfect for many woodworking projects as they are the angles that are typically used.
    • The head is mounted to a solid steel miter bar that measure 18” in length and is .353” thick by .730” wide. standard miter slots (not craftsman or sears branded items) are 3/4” x 3/8” with a 1/8” “t” slot (with slight variances from brand to brand) running the length on the bottom of the slot.
    • If you own a table saw and you need to make a crosscut at any angle then you know how valuable a miter gauge can be. you may also know that the miter gauge that came with your saw is not terribly accurate or durable. not to mention that the fit in the miter slot may not be all that great as well. the fulton miter gauge is a high quality, well thought out and economical ...
    • To adjust the head you simply loosen the post knob handle, pull the spring loaded indexing pin outward, rotate the head to the desired position, release the pin and lock into place by tightening the post knob handle. the aluminum head has two ¼” x ½” slots milled into it for mounting a miter fence if so desired. the slots are approximately 1-1/8” from the base of the mi...
    • The steel miter bar is equipped with a metal, removable retaining disc that measures 7/8” in diameter and is just shy of 1/8” to fit into to the “t” slot to prevent accidental lifting when feeding your stock through. if your saw does not have a “t” slot, you can remove the disc. the steel miter bar is also equipped with spring loaded, adjustable plungers on the side of ...
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