Ridgid 12 in Sliding Compound Miter Saw with Laser and MS UV Stand


RIDGID MS1290LZA SLIDEING COMPOUND MIRRORED SAW WITH LASER AND UV STAND

The Ridgid MS1290LZA is a high quality miter saw with built-in laser and ultraviolet light stand. This miter saw features a durable aluminum body and a black powder coated finish. The blade guard protects your hands from sharp blades while the ergonomic handle makes it easy to operate. The blade is made of carbon steel and the teeth are rounded for easier cutting.

You will appreciate its smooth action when cutting through wood or other materials.

The Ridgid MS1290LZA has a removable dust cover which allows you to keep your work area clean. Its heavy duty construction means it can take a beating and still perform well. The handle is comfortable to hold even after hours of use. The laser is accurate and the built-in light is very useful for cutting in dark areas.

This saw has all the features you need to get most miter cuts done without complications. While it works well for most materials, it may have trouble with very hard woods or plastics.

The only major complaint about this saw is it tends to vibrate when in use. It does not cause an issue during operation, but some users find it irritating. You can mount it to the stand to reduce this effect. This is a well-designed saw that provides accurate cuts without breaking the bank.

It is an excellent choice for most users and comes highly recommended.

RIDGID R4222 MS-UV MITER SAW UTILITY VEHICLE

The R4222 is a versatile tool that can be used anywhere in your home or on the job site. It provides accurate cuts and allows you to make adjustments to ensure quality results. The sliding mechanism is easy to adjust making it simple to align your cuts. This saw is designed with a stand, so it does not require its own equipment.

The stand has an ultraviolet bulb and hook for hanging tools when not in use.

This saw comes with a variety of safety features that prevent accidental contact with the blade. This allows you to focus on the task at hand without worrying about accidents.

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