- Break down panels and plywood easily and quickly with cutting capacity up to 100"
- Splinter-free cuts with tearout protection from anti-chip guide strips
- Make the cuts you need – anywhere – by taking your saw to the workpiece instead of bringing the workpiece to a fixed saw location
- Easily attaches to your left-blade or right-blade circular saw, and removes easily
- No clamps needed thanks to anti-slip guide strips that keep the track in place through the entire cut
Transform your circular saw into a high-performance, track-guided cutting tool for breaking down full sheets of plywood with cuts up to 100"
Set your projects up for success by making straight, accurate, splinter-free cuts with the Accu-Cut™ XL Circular Saw Track Guide. It rips, crosscuts, and makes angled cuts up to 100" long in plywood, MDF, and other large panels with accuracy and control.
The Accu-Cut™ XL guides your circular saw along an extended-length aluminum track that holds the saw steady and keeps your cuts straight. The track guide is designed for simplicity: just mount your saw to the Universal Sled, align the Accu-Cut™ XL track to the cut line, and make the high-quality cuts you need. The anti-chip guide strips prevent splintering and tearout through the entire length of your cut. The same strips also feature an anti-slip surface that holds the track in place without clamps.
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|construction||Impact-resistant polymer, aluminum, rigid and flexible PVC|
|capacity||Cuts up to 100" long|
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Cuts Semi Straight lines
Easy on/off of the saw sled
Starter plate makes it easy to start without having a plunge saw
The set screws are all Philips and not allen wrench so you can use a #1 phillips driver
Saw sled is easy to put on and off once assembled. This one part uses a #2 phillips, not a #1.
The saw sled will mount to just about any circular saw.
Saw guard is always up because of the saw sled - don't set this tool on your work surface - you will damage it
Saw sled is held on with plastic pieces that are under considerable torque in order to hold the saw square
the track is loose so if you are not constantly holding sideways pressure with your off hand - the cut will vary upwards of 3/32 of an inch. So if you rip a sheet in half the two ends could be as much as 3/16 off. This transfers to poor cuts
The short pieces are too small so you either have to always keep at least two pieces together or constantly assemble/disassemble.
If you leave two tracks together for basic everyday use, the pieces are under constant stress and the cut line becomes no longer straight.
The set screws are #1 phillips which makes them easy to strip. Most people don't carry a #1 phillips driver - but better than allen wrench
There needs to be a #1 driver included wth the set and a place to store it on the saw sled to make it more convenient for assembly and dis assembly
Overall, for the cost of this product I find it is a disappointment. I have a friend who has the $400 corded plunge saw and guide. That product is almost flawless. I had hoped this product would be of better quality but it is not much better than the cheaper $50 kit at the local lumber store.