Mitre Box With Saw 14”

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A mitre box with saw is a woodworking tool designed to assist in making precise and accurate angled cuts, commonly used in carpentry and other woodworking projects. The mitre box itself is a three-sided, open-top box with slots or channels at various angles, such as 45 degrees or 90 degrees, allowing the user to secure a piece of material (usually wood) in place while making angled cuts. The accompanying saw, often called a mitre saw or backsaw, is typically fine-toothed and designed to fit into the slots of the mitre box, ensuring that cuts are made at the desired angles with precision and consistency. This tool is especially useful for creating mitre joints, where two pieces of material are cut at complementary angles to form a corner joint.

1. 65Mn steel blade

2. ABS with TPR handle

3. Thickness: 0.9±0.02mm, 13TPI

4. Double ground tooth

5. Induction hardened tooth



  1. Mitre Joints: The primary purpose of a mitre box is to assist in creating precise mitre joints. These joints are formed by cutting two pieces of material at complementary angles, usually 45 degrees, resulting in a tight and seamless corner joint.
  2. Picture Frames: Crafting picture frames often requires precise angled cuts to create corners that fit together seamlessly. A mitre box with a saw helps achieve accurate cuts for frame construction.
  3. Crown Molding: Installing crown molding involves cutting pieces at specific angles to fit against walls and ceilings. A mitre box with a saw is essential for making these angled cuts with precision.
  4. Baseboards and Trim: Similar to crown molding, baseboards and other trim pieces often require mitred cuts for proper installation. The mitre box ensures that these cuts are accurate and fit together seamlessly.
  5. Window and Door Casings: When installing window and door casings, the mitre box is useful for creating mitred corners that enhance the overall appearance and provide a professional finish.
  6. Craft Projects: DIY enthusiasts and hobbyists use mitre boxes for various craft projects that involve cutting wood or other materials at specific angles, ensuring accuracy and clean joints.
  7. Model Making: In model building and miniature construction, a mitre box with saw can be handy for creating precise cuts in small-scale materials.
  8. Educational Purposes: Mitre boxes are often used in educational settings to teach woodworking techniques and principles, providing a controlled environment for students to learn how to make accurate cuts.
  9. Repair Work: Whether repairing furniture or other wooden items, a mitre box with a saw can be used to recreate and replace damaged or worn-out components with accurately cut pieces.
  10. Home Renovation: During home renovation projects, a mitre box is valuable for tasks such as installing trim, molding, or other decorative elements that require precise angled cuts.
SKU: AHS25332 Category:



Safety Precautions

  1. Protective Gear:
    • Wear safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes from sawdust, wood chips, and potential debris.
    • Consider wearing ear protection, especially if you are working in a noisy environment or for extended periods.
  2. Clothing:
    • Avoid loose-fitting clothing that could get caught in the saw or other tools. Wear proper work attire with no dangling accessories.
  3. Workspace Safety:
    • Ensure your work area is well-lit and free of clutter to minimize the risk of tripping or knocking over tools.
    • Keep the work area well-ventilated to reduce exposure to sawdust and fumes.
  4. Secure the Workpiece:
    • Secure the material firmly in the mitre box before making any cuts. Use clamps to hold the material securely in place to prevent slipping or movement during cutting.
  5. Proper Tool Usage:
    • Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for both the mitre box and the saw.
    • Ensure that the saw blade is sharp and properly tightened before use.
  6. Correct Body Position:
    • Stand to the side of the saw, not directly in line with the blade’s path, to minimize the risk of injury in case of a kickback.
  7. Hand Placement:
    • Keep your hands away from the path of the saw blade. Use a push stick or other appropriate tools to guide the material through the cut, especially when working with smaller pieces.
  8. Controlled Cutting:
    • Maintain control of the saw throughout the cutting process. Do not force the saw; let it cut at its own pace.
  9. Focus and Concentration:
    • Stay focused on the task at hand. Avoid distractions to prevent accidents.
  10. Emergency Preparedness:
    • Know the location of emergency equipment such as a first aid kit, fire extinguisher, and emergency exits in case of an accident.
  11. Training and Experience:
    • Ensure that individuals using the mitre box and saw are properly trained and have the necessary experience. If you are a beginner, seek guidance from someone with more experience.
  12. Unplug Power Tools:
    • When changing blades or making adjustments to the saw, ensure that it is unplugged to prevent accidental starts.

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  1. John Murume

    Impressive durability.

    John Murume