GCM12SD

By Bosch

GCM12SD by Bosch
Amperage15
Bevel Angle Range48° left and 48° right
Bevel Stops0°, 33.9°, 45° Left/Right
Blade Diameter12"
Cord Length6 ft
Height27"
Length32"
Miter Angle Range52° Left, 60° Right
Miter Detents0°, 15°, 22.5°, 31.6°, 45° (Left/Right)
Miter Positive Stops0°, 15°, 22.5,° 31.6°, 45° (Left/Right), 60° (Right)
No Load RPM3,800
Voltage120V
WarrantyLimited 1 Year
Weight65 lb
12" Dual-Bevel Glide Miter Saw

  • The axial glide system is durable and has consistent precision over the life of the tool. Compact size saves up to 12 inches of workspace. The glide action offers unmatched smoothness of cut.
  • Expanded Cutting Capacity: 14” horizontal capacity (nominal); 6-1/2-in. vertical capacity against the fence (base); 6-1/2-in. crown capacity against the fence (45° spring)
  • Upfront Bevel Controls - All-metal bevel lock lever and range selector located Upfront for quick and easy bevel settings without reaching behind the saw
  • Squarelock™ Quick-Release Fences: High-precision Squarelock fence aligns 90° to table and requires no adjustment; One-touch lock/unlock to slide fence for added support
  • Integrated Expanding Base Extensions: 60% more left-to-right material support than leading competitor - ; 40-inches left to right
  • Large Easy-to-read Uniform Bevel & Stainless Steel Miter Scales: 52° Left/60° Right Miter Capacity; 47° Left/47° Right Bevel Capacity with marked detents and roof pitch angles
  • Adjustable Miter Detents: Detents at 0°, 15°, 31.6°, 22.5°, 45°, 60° Right Super-accurate and durable design
  • Push-button Miter Detent Override - Easy-to-access thumb actuated control right up front for fine miter angle adjustment
  • Bevel Detents: 0, 33.9°, 45° Left/Right for accurate cuts
  • Category Best 90% Dust Collection - Optimized for cutting 2x material with a vacuum
  • Ergonomic Ambidextrous Trigger Handle with Soft Grip - Large form fitting ergonomic handle provides comfort for all-day use
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