Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

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Brand
Milescraft Inc.
Item Dimensions LxWxH
1.3 x 7.3 x 16.3 inches
Color
Silver
Item Weight
1 Pounds

  • Saw Guide
  • 3 different sets of clips to mount to different saws
  • Instruction Manual

  • Fits various kinds of saws

    Milescraft 14000713 Saw Guide is useful as well as cost-effective as this one Saw guide is compatible with most circular saws and jigsaws. 4 bars of varying widths, plus special holding clips, permit easy attachment to most circular and jig saws. With this universal edge guide you are sure to get your desired cut whether it is straight angled, beveled or rip with the saw of your choice.

    Accuracy is the key

    The Milescraft Saw Guide is loaded with features to give you the perfect cut, every time. The blade attachment can also be used as a cutting guide for controlled and accurate cuts. The unmounted blades are multi-purpose, can be also used as measuring scale. For perfect circular cuts, the holes present in the head of the guide ensure you get a clean cut always. One of the most stand out feature is the trim feature that lets you adjust the length of the cut 1/16″ without the help of any additional tool.

    Highly-Efficient and user-friendly

    This Universal Edge guide is portable and easier to use than the bulky table saws. It is ideal to be used outside or at remote locations. It is efficient as the rip fence guide works equally as well from the left or right-hand side. With the jig saws, the saw blade extends up to 9.5″ from the edge of the workpiece. Whereas with the Circular saws, the blade extends up to 6″ from the edge of the workpiece.

    Features & details

    Features

    • Incremental trim feature makes tool-free adjustments by 1/16 inch
    • Extends saw blade up to 9.5″ from edge of workpiece with Jigsaws
    • Extends saw blade up to 6″ from edge of workpiece with Circular Saws
    • Cuts circles from 4″ to 19″ in diameter
    • 4 metal bars and special clips accommodate most circular and jig saws

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    Q: what is the thickness and width of the slide? I need 9/64 x 7/16

    A: There are four different blades. They are all 1/16'' thick and the widths are:1/4", 3/8", 1…

    Robert Ritenour | 7 years ago

    Q: How small of a circle can it cut?

    A: you have wood bits that goes up to 1 1/2 inches, and a hole saw that can also cut up to 1 …

    Tom | 7 years ago

    Q: Folks who tried this, what brand/model works or doesn''t work based on your experience? I n…

    A: It doesn''t fit my Dewalt jigsaw (DCS334B).

    G. Ku | 5 months ago

    Q: does it work with new black decker sabre saws for circles

    A: You can make an attachment fitting (using wire for example) if you saw doesn''t have the ne…

    john taylor | 2 years ago

    Customer reviews

    4.1 out of 54.1 out of 5
    1,126 global ratings

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    JA
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    You Need This!
    Reviewed in the United States on December 4, 2017
    Color: Silver
    I run a handyman business, and do more in the way of carpentry than any other area. Once you find the bar that fits your saw, you''re good. I had lost the fence to my circular saw and found this one on Amazon. It is superior to my factory fence in that it also adjust a... See more
    I run a handyman business, and do more in the way of carpentry than any other area. Once you find the bar that fits your saw, you''re good. I had lost the fence to my circular saw and found this one on Amazon. It is superior to my factory fence in that it also adjust a couple of inches in 1/16th increments without having to loosen the thumb screw. Used it on a couple of construction sites, so I can''t comment on the longevity yet. But, up to this point, I''m pretty impressed.

    Been using this fence for about a year now. Here''s what I''ve found. The 1/16" increments on the minor adjustment tab are not quite 1/16th. They are still very helpful for small adjustments. Just don''t try to add up the notches and expect the math to come out in 1/16th increments. The part of the bar that gets the thumb screw friction on it is holding up very well. The measurements on the rest of the bar are beginning to wear away. But, I never counted on them anyway. I always just flipped the saw upside down and used my tape measure to get the desired size rip. Overall, I am still impressed with this aftermarket fence and would definitely purchase again if needed.
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    Dymbo
    1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Does NOT fit BOSCH, neither jig, nor circular saw (both cordless). Flimsy, has play in the joint
    Reviewed in the United States on January 14, 2019
    Color: Silver
    First, despite their massive checklist for brands compatibility with BOSCH checked indeed, it fits NOT cordless 18V BOSCH tools, particularly JSH180 jigsaw & CCS180 circular saw. Not only neither of the bars are wide enough to fit tightly in the tools'' guides for exact... See more
    First, despite their massive checklist for brands compatibility with BOSCH checked indeed, it fits NOT cordless 18V BOSCH tools, particularly JSH180 jigsaw & CCS180 circular saw. Not only neither of the bars are wide enough to fit tightly in the tools'' guides for exact orthogonal orientation, but also there''s no included brackets'' combination to secure it with the tools'' platforms! There are ways to do it with kinda third-party shims, bots & alike workarounds. But I''ve bought a finished product, not a workpiece to play with. Should I wanted smth. like this, I''d better mill it from a piece of aluminum or steel bar.
    Second, the plastic parts are flimsy. There''s a play in the teeth joint, both longitudinal & radial. No way to secure it, other than to drill the plastic head & use some screws to fix it in according to precise set square.
    Third, the "gauge" on the bars comes off easily. Haven''t done anything with it except experimenting with tools'' placement, but about 10% of the marks are almost missing.
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    Fred C.
    3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Not geometrically correct for cutting small circles
    Reviewed in the United States on February 10, 2020
    Color: Silver
    I got this for cutting circles, not realizing that it''s not geometrically correct for cutting small circles, because in order to be geometrically correct, the center of the rod would have to pass through the cutting-edge of the saw blade, which is obviously impossible.... See more
    I got this for cutting circles, not realizing that it''s not geometrically correct for cutting small circles, because in order to be geometrically correct, the center of the rod would have to pass through the cutting-edge of the saw blade, which is obviously impossible.

    If you want to cut small circles with a jigsaw, you will need a geometrically correct jig, but it''s so easy to slap one together that nobody even bothers to manufacture them. Bosch used to make one for one of its expensive jigsaws, and it can still be found on the internet for over $100, but it apparently didn''t sell well enough to continue to produce it.

    The basic idea for a circle jig is a piece of 1/4" plywood 1.5" wider than the length of the jigsaw''s bottom plate, and a foot or so long (which is long enough to allow you to cut circles with a diameter of about 20 inches), and some sticks (such as 3/4" wide pieces of 3/4" plywood) to make a "fence" to hold the jigsaw in place at one end of the plywood. (There are a few websites with photos of variations on this type of jig, so I don''t include any photos here.) It also needs a hole (about 1/2") for the blade to go through the plywood, and a line, drawn on the bottom, which passes through the cutting-edge of the saw blade, and is perpendicular to the side of the "fence." Pivot-holes are drilled along this line, at a distance from the cutting-edge of the blade equal to the radius of the desired circle. So, you can see that the jig holds the cutting-edge of the blade a distance from the pivot equal to the desired radius, and perpendicular to the radius running through the cutting-edge, or put another way, tangential to the circle. So, it''s geometrically correct.

    Some people glue the sticks in place, but I chose to screw them in place with #8x1" flat-head screws inserted through the bottom. This required me to clamp each stick in place with a C-clamp, one at a time, drill pilot holes entirely through the stick and plywood from the top, then insert the screws through the bottom, and then remove the clamp and move on to the next stick. Nothing to it. (Get a cordless drill, if you haven''t already.) I put front and sides of the "fence" in place, and it fit so tightly that I didn''t even need to put the back on it - I just push the jigsaw into place, and it stays put.

    Once the "fence" is in place, drill a hole for the saw blade. I used a 1/2" wood bit, and drilled part-way through from the top, and the rest of the way from the bottom, to prevent splintering on the bottom. Then, on the bottom, draw a line which passes through the cutting-edge of saw blade, and is perpendicular to the side of the "fence." Pivot-holes are placed on this line, at the desired radius from the blade. The rest should be obvious.
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    J Mizzle
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Quality control anyone?
    Reviewed in the United States on September 13, 2018
    Color: Silver
    Okay, in all fairness, I just received this item today and have not used it yet. BUT, it was immediately obvious that it would be difficult to use as shipped. The surface that rides along the edge of whatever you''re cutting had sharp protrusions at both ends, left over from... See more
    Okay, in all fairness, I just received this item today and have not used it yet. BUT, it was immediately obvious that it would be difficult to use as shipped. The surface that rides along the edge of whatever you''re cutting had sharp protrusions at both ends, left over from the mold it was created in. These are typically removed as part of the quality control process, but not in this case. If you use this as they ship it, these sharp edges will snag the edge you''re sliding it along. You will need to hit it with some medium grit sandpaper at a minimum. I followed this with a few strokes with a Scotch Brite pad to remove any marks from the sandpaper. Now it''s smooth as a baby''s butt, as it should have been in the first place. Aside from that, it feels like a good product. The plastic T section has a great purchase on the metal bar and does not twist or slide at all. I expect this to be a great accessory for my Skilsaw, and the fact that it also fits my jigsaw and DeWalt cordless just sweetens the deal. Taking the low price into consideration, I would definitely have given it five stars if not for the quality control issue. So buy it, fix it, use it and be happy!
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    Brandon A. Nordin
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Easy to use, time-saver, with more accuracy than one might initially think
    Reviewed in the United States on May 8, 2020
    Color: Silver
    When I received this, I was a little underwhelmed; it looked, in the package, about as flimsy as the edge guide that came prepackaged with my saw. But in use, more impressed. It comes with a selection of four guide bars (that attach the edge guide to the saw. One fit my... See more
    When I received this, I was a little underwhelmed; it looked, in the package, about as flimsy as the edge guide that came prepackaged with my saw. But in use, more impressed. It comes with a selection of four guide bars (that attach the edge guide to the saw. One fit my Dewalt circular saw, another my Bosch jigsaw, so A-1 for utility. There''s a fine adjustment mechanism that looks a little plasticky (because it is), but worked fine, just not sure about longevity. Aligning it to cutline is an eyeball project, i.e. there''s no scale that helps you preset to x inches (with any accuracy,) but is fairly simple and fast-to-do, unless you are looking for aerospace industry accuracy.

    I used this to help rip an upcycled 6x6 8-foot long post. Basically kerfed the cut both sides with my circular saw and then cut the remaining 1-1.5 inch in the middle of the beam with my jigsaw.(I had tried to use a handsaw but that kept being pinched and wandering in the kerf and was no fun at all). Used the guide on both jig and circ. saws. Worked pretty well when I got basic alignment and registration figured out. The part of the guide that tracks the beam edge is a little shallow and can thus jump the edge of the board, especially if the boards'' corner has been rounded over. So, pay attention.
    Next time, I will build a small hardwood addition to the fence to improve this performance. But overall safer than trying to do the task on my table saw short-handed, and something that could be done in the field (ie not bandsaw territory). Requires a bit of plane work for cleanup (for cabinet making), but perhaps good to go for a construction application.
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    Tammy
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Excellent
    Reviewed in the United States on July 7, 2021
    Color: Silver
    This was an excellent find! I''m installing laminate flooring. The miter saw of course cuts straight. I needed something for my circular and jigsaw. This item is perfect. It has four different sized guide bars which fit all of my saws. The bars are very sturdy and do not... See more
    This was an excellent find! I''m installing laminate flooring. The miter saw of course cuts straight. I needed something for my circular and jigsaw. This item is perfect. It has four different sized guide bars which fit all of my saws. The bars are very sturdy and do not flex. The guide is also very sturdy and well made. It doesn''t feel flimsy and doesn''t shift when cutting. It is a huge help and makes a big difference when I am cutting a sheet of flooring lengthwise. I was happily surprised at the quality compared to the price. This was a heckuva bargain. I''m glad I bought these and definitely recommend it.
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    Nelson Parra
    1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    bar too flimsy
    Reviewed in the United States on October 5, 2020
    Color: Silver
    This might work OK for smaller diameter circles in thin material, 3/4" or less. I tried to cut a 8.5" radius (near the max) circular cutting board out of 1.5" thick butcher block and the bar would bend causing the circle to spiral in and I would end up almost a 1/4" in from... See more
    This might work OK for smaller diameter circles in thin material, 3/4" or less. I tried to cut a 8.5" radius (near the max) circular cutting board out of 1.5" thick butcher block and the bar would bend causing the circle to spiral in and I would end up almost a 1/4" in from where I started. So I reduced the radius and tried again and the same thing happened, second time I ended up a bit over 1/8" in from where I started. It took almost an hour to complete each revolution, so I gave up and made a 12" square cutting board instead. I think it did not work for me because the material I was cutting was too thick. If I have success with thinner material in the future I will update my review.
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    AAA
    1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Not worth the money don''t waste your time
    Reviewed in the United States on May 30, 2020
    Color: Silver
    You can find those at home depot and you''ll find ton of dust on them and you wonder why. I originally bought this to use it on my dewalt circular saw. Unfortunately non of the 3 worked on my saw and you can tell that the quality is bad. If you are looking for a good guide... See more
    You can find those at home depot and you''ll find ton of dust on them and you wonder why. I originally bought this to use it on my dewalt circular saw. Unfortunately non of the 3 worked on my saw and you can tell that the quality is bad. If you are looking for a good guide invest in some money and buy the original that fits your tool.
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    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale

    Milescraft new arrival 14000713 Saw Guide for Circular and high quality Jig Saws outlet sale