• (1) 7-1/4" Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw
• (1) Blade Wrench
• (1) Carbide Tipped Blade
• (1) Dust Bag
• (1) Clamp
• (1) REDLITHIUM Extended Capacity 5.0ah Battery
• (1) M18/M12 Multi Voltage Charger
• Only 28 lbs with Battery
• Dual Bevel with stops at 45° and 48°
• Over 600 Cuts per Charge
• 3-1/2” Vertical Capacity (base against fence)
• 2x8 Horizontal Capacity (lying flat at 90°)
• 2-5/8” Nested Crown Capacity
• Cam Locking Miter Detent System
• Shadow cut line indicator for quickly lining up cuts
• Integrated top and side carry handles for easy transportation
• Detent override for easily setting miter locations outside of detents
The M18 FUEL 7-1/4” Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw was designed for the demand needs of the professional carpenter and remodeler. Designed to increase productivity and efficiency on the jobsite, th
Man love the miter saw best thing it's light wait....batt operated..what more can you ask for oh wait the 12in that's what we can ask for but yet again they beat me to the punch they got it out already must have been reading my mind yall are asome Milwaukee team keep up the good work
Great saw for being handy. Light and no cord. But I have also found myself, multiple times, wanting to do cuts not all the way thru a piece, for dados and cutouts. There is no adjustable depth stop on this saw.
It is a curious omission. I can't think of another miter saw that I have used that didn't have a depth stop. Was a feature I didn't even consider when I bought this saw, because it seemed so standard to me that I expected it to be there. Is even even odder that the Milwaukee M18 10" miter saw has a depth stop, while the 7-1/4 does not.
I have pondered making my own depth stop for the saw. Almost looks to me like it was originally engineered with the capability in mind, when I look at the castings. Which gives me pause to cobble something together myself, wondering if there is some inherent weakness in the saw, which was why Milwaukee didn't implement a depth stop.