Positive stops at 0°, 10°, 22-1/2°, 30° and 45° - and micro-adjustability to 1/100° - give you speed, repeatability and the same accuracy that machine shops strive for!
- Add to that the perfect, repeatable dimensions you'll get from the precision flip stop, and you can say "goodbye" to mitered joint gaps forever.
- Factory calibrated and accurate right out of the box.
- Micro-adjusts to 1/100th of a degree (.003" over 6") - the same accuracy as the best machinist squares.
- Vernier scale allows precise angle adjustments to 1/10th of a degree.
- Positive stop settings with pin allow quick, foolproof position changes at 0°, 10°, 22-1/2°, 30° and 45°.
- Precision flipstop precisely measures distance from the blade; curved face self-elevates to bypass the stop.
- Precision 24" long, 3/4" aluminum bar contains five bar adjusters to eliminate play in the miter slot.
- Fits both standard and T-track slots.
|Manufacturer Part Number||KMS7102|
- Kreg Precision Miter Gauge
- 24" aluminum fence
- 24" bar
- Right-to-left self-adhesive tape
- hardware and instructions
Bought for my Hitachi CF10 table...Posted May 28, 2012
Bought for my Hitachi CF10 table saw. Once set up with the easy to understand instructions, this miter gauge is dead on accurate. Previously I always struggled with making perfectly sized mitered corners at my miter saw with a laser guide - my measurements almost always ended up a micro-fraction off resulting in miter corners with gaps. The Kreg Miter Gauge is worth its weight in gold for it's dead on accuracy both in perfect 45 degree miters and in consistant measurements cut time after time after time. After having my Kreg M.G. if I ever had to replace it, knowing what I know now, I'd gladly pay double it's current price tag.
Set-up was straight forward and easy....Posted January 16, 2012
Set-up was straight forward and easy. By all outward appearances, this thing is a beauty. Unfortunately, once used on the table saw, I was disappointed. The flip stop is buffered by a plastic plug so it has a tendency to flex against the bolt making exactly repeated cuts a "Near miss". I have also noticed quite a bit of play on the actual fence as well as the stepped stops with the brass plug. I can square it up manually every time I set the angle, but this goes against purchasing and using a stepped precision miter. One still will have to battle the fence when it comes to cutting angles as well as being at a 90 angle to the table. This last piece is in reference to the plastic gliders the miter runs on. They save the table from scratches, but keep the fence from lying flat thus knocking off the square to the table top.
This miter gauge is very accurate...Posted September 7, 2011
This miter gauge is very accurate and beautifully made except for one important problem, the t-slot bar is aluminum and has too much flex. I bought this miter gauge to dado slots in the sides of a chest of drawers because I was getting some flex with the miter gauge that came with my Delta Contractor table saw and has a steel bar. When I saw that the flex was worse with this one I put it aside and went back to the original. It should be fine for smaller pieces that do not stress it as much.
This miter gauge is certainly a...Posted July 14, 2011
This miter gauge is certainly a step up from a standard miter gauge that comes with most tablesaws however it could be much better for the price range. The assembly was straight forward. After having set it up yesterday and using it for the first project there are a few things that were a bit annoying. The first issue is that the actual miter bar that fits in the slot of the saw is aluminum rather than steel. It seems to have a fair amount of flex to it. Not good when you are mitering 6" wide 8/4 stock. The method used to take up the side slack in the miter bar to the miter slot of the saw are small nylon screws which I thought would be fine. The trouble with them is that they protrude from the side of the bar and hang up on the edge of the table when sliding in. A spring loaded ball detent would be a better solution to keep it from hanging on the table. Another annoyance was that when clamping the workpiece to the fence, it can be a bit annoying since the fence is L-shaped and your clamp has to go under the L lip of the fence on the back side. So far it seems to be accurate if you are careful with the flexing. Overall impression, not bad but not great either.
Great miter gauge but the instructions...Posted July 6, 2010
Great miter gauge but the instructions leave a bit to be desired for those of us who have their main guage slot on the right side of the blade. If you have one like mine, you need to hold off on using hte stick-on measuring tape until you've completed all the assembly. The flip block won't be anywhere near the indication on the tape. Kreg just assumes all table saws have their guage on the left side of the blade until much later in the instructions. Other than that, it's a great product.