flip saws

Discussion in 'Kitchen Fitters' Talk' started by steve_london, Feb 24, 2007.

  1. steve_london

    steve_london New Member

    How many people use a flip saw for fitting kitchens ? I'm thinking its a bit of a over kill but my makita sliding saw is on its last legs so I was thinking of maybe getting a flip saw rather than another sliding saw.

    Any views would be greatly appreciated
  2. JOCK 2004

    JOCK 2004 New Member

    Just purchased the Dewalt DW718 with stand and laser sight and the Makita table saw with stand after my original ones where nicked by some bloody pikey:-( I think 2 seperate machines are the best as you are set up for mitres as well as straight cuts or rips, especially if you are doing large kitchens etc
  3. 2 a week

    2 a week New Member

  4. craftycornice

    craftycornice New Member

    just boght the latest dewalt. THE THING IS AWSOME. Dont know how i ever managed without ! The good thing is it has a 330mm blade and the depth of cut is awsome. Just what you need for that deep cornice ! I paid 425 fo mine classed as a factory recon but know was just a demo at an event but a saving of nearly 500 quid. Well worth it mate !
  5. bernieeccles

    bernieeccles Member

    Had my ELU flip over for nigh on twenty years and still going strong.

    Quality lasts !

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