Adaptive Cutting System Plunge Saw
- Plunge-cutting circular saw for cutting solid wood and plywood when paired with the Kreg 62" Guide Track
- Powerful 12-amp, 120-volt variable speed motor with load compensation
- Safe with fully-shrouded , retracting blade, riving knife, electronic blade brake, and anti-kickback control
- Blade-left design is optimized for right-handed users, and provides superior cutting visibility and control
- High-capacity cutting with 2 1/8" maximum cut at 90° and 1 1/2" at 45°
- Adjustable for making bevel cuts from -1° to 47°
High-performance, track-guided circular saw for precisely cutting plywood and solid-wood boards
The Adaptive Cutting System Plunge Saw offers powerful cutting performance with a variable-speed motor with an electronic blade brake. It provides safe cutting with plunge-cutting action, a fully shrouded blade, a retractable riving knife, and integrated anti-kickback features.
The Plunge Saw is versatile, too, with bevel cutting capability from -1° to 47°, and 2 1/8" maximum cutting-depth from the included 48-tooth, carbide-tipped blade. With a 12-amp motor the Plunge Saw delivers cutting power, plus control from variable-speed and an electronic blade brake. An included dust port and bag collect chips to minimize cutting mess and provides the ability to connect to a vacuum hose.
The Plunge Saw is designed to work with the Adaptive Cutting System 62" Guide Track to deliver straight, smooth, splinter-free cuts in solid wood, plywood, and other sheet goods. Plus the saw offers integrated safety and ergonomic features that make it easy and safe to use. The saw’s blade-left design is optimized for right-handed users, and provides superior cutting visibility and control. Two-year saw warranty.
*Designed for use with the Adaptive Cutting System 62" Guide Track.
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|construction||Aluminum, steel, polymer|
|power||120-volt, 12-amp variable-speed motor with load compensation and electronic brake|
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Easy setup and accurate cuts
When first taken out of the box, the Splinter Guard interferes with the saw blade because the Splinter Guard is made extra thick. When you make the first plunge cut during saw setup, as detailed in the owner’s manual, the blade will trim the Splinter Guard. In order to plunge the saw before the Splinter Guard has been trimmed, you need to remove it by using the smaller hex wrench located in the saw handle.
Any time you use the Plunge Saw, the interlock switch on the handle needs to be depressed to allow the saw to plunge, and to allow the motor switch to activate and turn the saw on. Make sure you are fully depressing the interlock to engage the plunge mechanism and the saw motor.
If you choose to use a blade from another track saw, it must also have a kerf thickness (tooth width) of 2.2mm or greater. Blades with a kerf thickness less than 2.2mm will not allow the Plunge Saw riving knife to operate correctly.