Rockwell RK7136.1 Shop Series Miter Saw with Leg Stands

October 8, 2013 - Comment

The ShopSeries 10-inch miter saw combines the best of power and portability (view larger). The Rockwell RK7136.1 ShopSeries 10-inch miter saw is equipped with a 14-amp motor ideal for powering through tough woodworking jobs, whether it be cutting wood for trim, wainscoting, framing, or other projects. And with a superior material support capacity, rugged die-cast

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Rockwell Miter Saw The ShopSeries 10-inch miter saw combines the best of power and portability (view larger).

The Rockwell RK7136.1 ShopSeries 10-inch miter saw is equipped with a 14-amp motor ideal for powering through tough woodworking jobs, whether it be cutting wood for trim, wainscoting, framing, or other projects. And with a superior material support capacity, rugged die-cast aluminum construction, and convenient portability, the RK7136.1 is the perfect miter saw to travel with you from one job site to the next.

Key Functional Features

The RK7136.1 is outfitted with a one-of-a-kind material support and leg system that can handle longer work pieces than any miter saw. It has miter detents that are preset at commonly used angles. With a voltage of 120 volts and 60 hertz, power input of 14 amps, and a no-load speed of 5,200 RPM, the RK7136.1 packs a punch without compromising on convenience—its rugged die-cast aluminum construction makes it sturdy while staying lightweight for easy moving.

Incomparable Support System

The infeed/outfeed support can accommodate up to 10 feet of standard 2-by-4 material. Two patented roller supports help keep things steady when cutting longer pieces by attaching directly to the material, and retractable length stops allow for repeated cuts when necessary. Optional depth stops on the rollers permit unlimited cuts of uniform length.

Integrated Leg Stand

Assembling the RK7136.1 is a snap, literally: Just snap the legs together and tighten them with a screw, then simply secure the legs directly to the saw base. You can work immediately thereafter, and when it’s time to pack up you can unscrew the legs and get on your way in just a few seconds.

What’s in the Box

One Rockwell RK7136.1 ShopSeries 10-inch miter saw, one dust bag, and one work clamp.

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Highlights

10-inch miter saw with 14-amp motor Bevel adjusts from 0 to 45 degrees to accommodate most bevel cuts Sturdy metal legs can be easily assembled and removed without tools Weighs just 35.5 pounds for easy transport Backed by a two-year limited warranty

Product Features

  • Die cast aluminum base and table are rugged yet light for easy transport
  • Sturdy metal legs instantly attach directly to saw base
  • Set up and tear down are a breeze
  • Includes adjustable rollers to contract infeed/outfeed support
  • Bevel adjusts from 0 to 45 degrees

Comments

Elad says:

Good and bad result in mixed feelings When I bought this, it was for a project to replace the trim/molding floor boards in my home. I had gotten tired of my hand saw and miter box. I looked at a number of miter saws, and what I liked about this on was that it felt solid, the miter table turned firmly and snapped/clicked firmly into preset angles, it appeared to be simple to operate, had a quick stop brake, loved the extension/support option for long pieces of wood, and in general the overall build.What I found when I…

N. Peelman says:

Great saw for the price Like many other reviewers, I picked this saw up on sale at a home improvement store *cough*lowes*cough* and paid less than $100 for it. Much less, actually.Unlike at least a couple of the reviewers, I didn’t have problems with the saw being out of square out of the box. As with any cutting tool, you always check anyway, never trust the factory. Mine was incredibly close in both directions, and I was able to make it totally square with very minor adjustments. The included blade…

Brett says:

Out of Square The saw works well, but as others have mentioned the manual is horribly written. Firstly, not only are parts mislabeled and referred to by different names throughout the manual, but the guide to the part names themselves are on the back side of an opposite page, so you constantly have to flip the manual over to try and understand what parts they are referring to.Secondly, as others have also mentioned – the blade is out of square from the manufacturer. There are instructions in the…

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