Sliding Miter Saw 255 MM

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A sliding miter saw with a 255 mm blade refers to a power tool used in woodworking and carpentry for making accurate crosscuts, miter cuts, and bevel cuts in various materials, especially wood. The “255 mm” specification indicates the diameter of the circular saw blade that the tool accommodates.

The “sliding” feature distinguishes it from a standard miter saw by allowing the saw head to move forward and backward on rails. This sliding action increases the cutting capacity, enabling the tool to handle wider boards or panels. The combination of miter and bevel adjustments provides flexibility in cutting angles and bevels, making it a versatile tool for a range of applications. The 255 mm blade size typically suggests a balance between cutting capacity and portability, making it suitable for a variety of woodworking tasks.

Laser marker system
Input power:1800W
No-load speed:5000 r/min
Cutting Capacity:
0° / 0°: 305×70,
45°/ 0°: 210×70,
0 °/45°: 305×40,
45°/45°: 210×40
1 dust bag



  1. Crosscutting:
    • Making accurate and clean crosscuts across the grain of wood.
    • Efficiently cutting materials like lumber, plywood, and MDF to desired lengths.
  2. Miter Cuts:
    • Creating precise angled cuts for joining pieces at different angles, such as when constructing frames, molding, or trim work.
  3. Bevel Cuts:
    • Beveling the edges of wood for creating decorative edges or joining pieces at non-90-degree angles.
  4. Compound Miter Cuts:
    • Combining miter and bevel cuts simultaneously, allowing for complex cuts needed in advanced woodworking projects.
  5. Trim Work:
    • Installing baseboards, crown molding, and other types of trim with accuracy and efficiency.
  6. Framing:
    • Cutting framing elements such as studs and headers for construction projects.
  7. Furniture Making:
    • Crafting components for furniture, including legs, arms, and various joints.
  8. Flooring Installation:
    • Cutting boards for hardwood, laminate, or other types of flooring materials.
  9. Renovation and Remodeling:
    • Assisting in tasks like cutting materials for home improvement projects, where precision is crucial.
  10. Versatile Cutting in Various Materials:
    • Apart from wood, a sliding miter saw can also cut through materials like plastic and certain metals, depending on the blade used.
  11. Cabinet Making:
    • Creating components for cabinets, including shelves, sides, and doors.
  12. Repeatable and Precise Cuts:
    • Its ability to make accurate and repeatable cuts is valuable for tasks requiring uniformity, such as when producing multiple identical pieces.


SKU: AHS41552 Category:


255 MM 1800W

Safety Measures

  1. Read the Manual: Always read and thoroughly understand the manufacturer’s manual that comes with the sliding miter saw. It provides crucial information on proper usage, maintenance, and safety precautions specific to your model.
  2. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Wear appropriate personal protective equipment, including safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes, ear protection to guard against loud noise, and dust masks if necessary to protect against airborne particles.
  3. Secure Work Area: Ensure your work area is clean, well-lit, and organized. Keep the floor clear of any obstacles or tripping hazards. Adequate lighting is essential for visibility.
  4. Stable Work Surface: Set up the sliding miter saw on a stable and level work surface. If the saw is not stable, it can lead to inaccurate cuts and potentially cause accidents.
  5. Secure the Material: Before making any cuts, ensure that the material is securely clamped or otherwise stabilized. This prevents it from shifting during the cutting process.
  6. Adjust the Blade Guard: Keep the blade guard in proper working condition. It should automatically cover the blade when it’s not in use and move smoothly out of the way when making a cut. Do not disable or override the blade guard.
  7. Use the Right Blade: Ensure that you are using the correct type and size of the blade for your specific cutting needs. Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for blade installation.
  8. Adjust Depth and Bevel Settings: Set the depth and bevel adjustments according to your specific cutting requirements. Double-check and lock these settings before making any cuts.
  9. Maintain a Safe Distance: Stand to the side of the saw, not directly in front of the blade, to minimize the risk of injury in case of kickbacks or material being ejected.
  10. Wait for the Blade to Stop: Allow the blade to come to a complete stop before lifting it or adjusting any settings. Do not leave the saw unattended with the blade still spinning.
  11. Disconnect Power: When changing blades or making adjustments, disconnect the power source to prevent accidental startups.

Keep Hands Clear: Keep your hands and other body parts at a safe distance from the blade and moving parts during operation. Use push sticks or other tools to guide the material through the cut.

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