Stanley 20-112 Clamping Miter Box

February 16, 2014 - Comment

High-impact resistant material Molded lip on base edge for easy use without mounting Holes in base for fastening to a workbench Clamping Mitre Box has a built-in measuring scale. Honeycomb base and cam pins secure work for accurate cuts. Cuts miters on 45 degree and 90 degree face angle 45 degree and all new 22-1/2

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High-impact resistant material
Molded lip on base edge for easy use without mounting
Holes in base for fastening to a workbench
Clamping Mitre Box has a built-in measuring scale.
Honeycomb base and cam pins secure work for accurate cuts.
Cuts miters on 45 degree and 90 degree face angle 45 degree and all new 22-1/2 degree angles for octagon.The Stanley Clamping Mitre Box features a built-in measuring scale and a honeycomb base with cam pins designed for a secure work piece for accurate cuts. Additionally, the box can cut miters on 45-degree, 90-degree and 22-1/2-degree angles for maximum versatility, features molded storage compartments for cam pins and a pencil, and sports a molded lip on the base edge for easy use without mounting. If you want to mount the box to a workbench, there’s pre-drilled holes in the base for easy fastening to a workbench. The saw also comes with a built-in saw stop that prevents cutting into mitre box as well as a manufacturer’s limited lifetime warranty.

Product Features

  • An ideal miter box for precise and versatile cuts
  • High-impact resistant material
  • Molded lip on base edge for easy use without mounting
  • Holes in base for fastening to a workbench
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Comments

Scott Burright says:

5-star box, 3-star saw– use it with a Shark saw This is a very handy mitre box for doing straight cuts in general carpentry and woodworking, although I don’t know if it is accurate and precise enough for certain finish carpentry tasks, picture frames, and other jobs requiring angled cuts.The cam pins hold the workpiece securely, freeing your off hand for holding the box to the bench while you saw. The box is designed as a bench hook, so there is no need to clamp it down. Just hold it with one hand and saw with the other…

Gary Peterson says:

Worth the Cost. Many years ago I had need for a mitre box and I purchased a cheap plastic model turned out by Stanley. It wasn’t very good, but I was just an occasional user, not a woodworker, and the crude device sufficed in a crude way. Lately, I had need to cut some trimming for our front door and I decided to get a newer, better model.A search at my local hardware store found this Stanley Clamping Mitre Box. It was plastic, just like my old one, and it was cheap. I suppose most craftsmen would…

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