Bosch 4310 10″ Dual-Bevel Sliding Miter Saw Preview: Features & Specifications
The Bosch 4310 dual-bevel miter saw features a blade with two blades, which are both made of high carbon steel. They have been hardened to 57 HRC (hardness) and they are available in various lengths. The blade length varies between 7″ and 12″. The handle is made of hardwood with a black finish.
The blade is attached to the handle with a locking mechanism. There are no sharp edges or points on the blade. The teeth are rounded at their tips and have serrations along their length.
The Bosch 4310 has a height adjustable stand that allows it to be used either vertically or horizontally. It comes with a set of three screws so that it can be mounted into any standard woodworking workbench top surface. The blade is held in place by four thumbscrews.
The Bosch 4310 dual-bevel miter saw has a total of five adjustment knobs located on the right side of the handle. These adjust the height, width, depth and angle of each blade. The left side of the handle has a knob that adjusts how far apart or how close together the blades are when closed. A second knob controls whether one or both blades are open when opened up.
The two detents are for cutting at 22.5 degrees and 45 degrees. There is a pushbutton lock that prevents the saw from closing or opening while in use. There is also a knob that allows the blades to be adjusted independently of each other.
The handle itself can be rotated through 360 degrees. The cord is hardwired and quite short, so an extension cord will probably be necessary for most people.
The saw has no laser or any other type of guidance system. It does have a spring mechanism that keeps the blades tightly closed when not in use. With both blades extended, it is about 17.5 inches high and 7.5 inches wide.
With one blade extended, it is about 15 inches high and 7.5 inches wide. The stand adds another 10″ to these measurements.
The user’s manual includes a diagram showing how to mount the saw onto a workbench. It also shows various types of cuts and gives suggestions for which type of blade is best for each one. It explains the various knobs and how to adjust them. It also explains the meaning of some of the icons that are printed on each knob.
The miter saw is manufactured in China. The manual is printed in English, Spanish, French and German.
Bosch 4310 10” Dual-Bevel Sliding Miter Saw: Reviews
The vast majority of people who have purchased and used this miter saw are very happy with their purchase. They feel that it is a good quality, well-built tool that is worth the money they paid for it. They like the fact that it cuts very straight and is easy to adjust. Many say that it is the best miter saw they have ever used.
A few people have purchased the saw and found that it was damaged during shipping. They report that customer service then replaced it promptly with no hassle.
One common complaint is that this miter saw does not come with a laser or any other type of aiming device. This makes it difficult to use without cluttering up the work area with extra things.
Another complaint is that the blade is not really heavy duty enough to be used for any very rough, industrial type of work.
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