When you get started with the Stanley Fatmax FME721-QS cross-cut saw, you don't have to limit yourself to cutting narrow slats, baseboards or frames. Thanks to the included table extensions, material clamp and the pull function, even large workpieces of up to 305 millimeters remain stable under your saw blade. The maximum cutting depth is 70 millimeters, but you can easily adjust this distance to your job. Miter cutting is also possible with the FME721-QS, by tilting the saw head to the left. You set the desired cutting angle on the detailed scale, which gives you the exact cut that you had in mind. In short, the powerful 1,500-watt cross-cut saw is a pleasure for the fanatic do-it-yourselfer to work with.
Stanley Fatmax FME721-QS
|Tiltable saw head||Tiltable to one side||Tiltable to one side||Tiltable to one side||Tiltable to both sides||Tiltable to both sides|
|Maximum saw width 90° (straight)||305 mm||216 mm||250 mm||310 mm||320 mm|
|Maximum saw depth 90° (straight)||70 mm||90 mm||70 mm||90 mm||90 mm|