Accu-Cut™

Average Review (25):
     

Straight, accurate, splinter-free cuts made easy

  • Rip, cross cut, and make angled cuts up to 50" long in plywood, MDF, and panels
  • Simply align the Guide Track with your marks to make accurate cuts
  • Hold track in place without clamps thanks to anti-slip guide strips
  • Prevent splintering with anti-chip strips that support material during the cut
  • Begin cuts easily with a Starting Block that supports the saw and allows normal blade guard operation
  • Mount almost any circular saw—left or right blade—to the Universal Sled
  • Universal Sled is compatible with the Kreg Rip-Cut™
  • Take your saw to the material instead of having to take your material to the saw
  • See a video on how-to break down large panels with the Accu-Cut and the Rip-Cut

$79.99

ITEM#: KMA2700

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Description

Transform your circular saw into a high-performance, track-guided cutting tool

Start projects right by making straight, accurate, splinter-free cuts with your circular saw and the Accu-Cut™ Circular Saw Track Guide. It rips, crosscuts and makes angled cuts up to 50" long in plywood, MDF, and other large panels with super simple setup, precise accuracy, and amazing control.

The Accu-Cut guides your circular saw along an aluminum track that keeps the saw moving in a straight line easily. The Accu-Cut™ design makes it simple to set up by just aligning the track with your cut line. No clamps are required to hold the track in place thanks to dual guide strips. They feature an anti-slip coating to prevent slipping, and an anti-chip feature to prevent splintered cuts. Plus, the track makes it easy to make straight cuts on sheets that don't have a straight, flat edge.

Circular saws don’t have effective guides that keep them moving straight along a cut line. Plus, it can be difficult to see the blade’s cutting path. Together, these things make it challenging to keep a saw on your desired cut. Circular saws also often cause splintering of face veneers. The Accu-Cut™ solves these problems. The Accu-Cut™ is portable, too, so you can take your saw to the workpiece and cut with precision, rather than having to handle heavy sheets on a table saw. 

The Accu-Cut™ is easy and intuitive for a novice to use, but robust enough for professionals. Because it eliminates the need to keep the saw straight and manually guide the saw along a cut line, the Accu-Cut™ is ideal for less-experienced users. Accu-Cut™ also makes professionals faster and more productive because it makes a variety of cuts quickly and easily in the shop and on the job site.

Accu-Cut & Rip-Cut - Breaking down the difference

How-to break down large panels with the Accu-Cut™ and the Rip-Cut™

Using the Accu-Cut sled on the Rip-Cut

How to use the Accu-Cut™ Universal Sled with the Rip-Cut™

Specs

Guide Track

Aircraft-quality aluminum with dual anti-chip, anti-slip guide strips 

Saw Sled

Accepts left- and right-blade saws
Built-in indexing stop and precision cursor

Cut Length

Maximum 50" (1270mm)

Includes

(1) Universal Saw Sled, (2) 26.5" Aluminum Guide Tracks, (2) Track Connectors, (1) Starting Block, (1) Track Indicator Clip, detailed setup and usage instructions

Notice

Proposition 65

Manual North American Manual

Reviews for "Accu-Cut™"

Average Review:
     

Great product, but some parts need to be replaced

I purchased this device to rip large sheets of plywood. I own several Kreg tools and they are superb. My only fault with this device is the connecting stop screws used to join the two rail sets together. The "Phillips" set screws are substandard. The impression for the screw head are so shallow that even a prince tip will not fit enough to fasten down the two halves. It would have been better if they'd used either an Allen or Torx tip type set screw. With this combination I have now, the two halves will not stay together.

     

By Quentin Sligh

September 1, 2019

Good, but not great

Mostly I'll echo what others have talked about. I love Kreg tools. I have four pocket-hole jigs (mini, R3, K4, and K5), mulit-mark, all of the cabinet/drawer jigs, Rip-Cut, several styles of their clamps, have used a ton of Kreg hardware when making sleds and jigs in my shop, and the list goes on. My buddy even refers to me as the "Kreg poster boy" because I've talked about a dozen friends into the pocket-hole jigs over the years. So I'm familiar with their product and was expecting another home run when I bought the Accu-Cut. For the most part it works "okay", but has two main issues that keep it from being good or great. First, is the relatively cheep phillips drive set screws for joining the tracks. The loosen often and are made of soft material and strip easily. I had to replace mine with some decent allen drive screws from the hardware store. Second, like most others have noticed is the slop between the sled and the track. You can push the sled tight to the track (pick one side or the other) and then it works fairly well, but you need to be very conscious and consistent during every cut or you can have some less than great cuts. To me if that type of cutting is what I intended I could just as easily clamp a straight edge to my material and push against it.

     

By Michael McEwan

August 13, 2019

Does the job

I used to use a piece of 1x3 (various lengths) clamped to plywood for the rip and crosscuts, but the Accu-Cut does it better than the way I used to do it. It is sturdy (stays in place), accurate, and easy to configure for my Milwaukee circular saw.

     

By Alan Borack

June 28, 2019

Too much slop between track and saw.

I’ve tried to use the accu-cut several times. I have been disappointed with the results. While setting up the saw I noticed the track and plate were not a snug fit. This slop allows the saw to cut a quite crooked line. To combat this I would have to hold the saw tight against one side or the other of the track by pushing sideways to follow only one side of the track. However, this would cause the blade to contact the rubber edge or blade to not line up with the edge. This also caused the track to bind and to slip on the material. I’m sure this tool is better than freehanding a long cut. However, it cost way more than it should for the lack of precision.i purchased the track for a project but had to abandon my plans to use it due to poor performance. I therefore had to make all my cuts the old fashioned way. A trim board and two clamps. This worked way better and was pretty much free.

     

By Jason Hall

May 6, 2019

Very accurate

I found this product to be very accurate and it works perfectly with my Makita cordless circular saw. Would love to see more track sold separately.

     

By Alan Reddick

January 29, 2019

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