KS 120 mitre saw supplied with the UG portable base frame along with right and left hand extensions making this a complete work station.
KS 120 Mitre Saw
The KS120 has additional features allowing it to do a lot more than other mitre saws. There is a special cutting position for cornice and skirting board up to 120mm deep and maximum cut of 168mm for cornice / crown moulding with the optional stop and angles are uniquely transfered with the bevel gauge included. Compound and mitre angles can be set quickly and accurately with easy to read scales on both hands, trenching cuts can be set with stepless adjustment. The saw runs on fixed double bars so that it traverses for improved precision and elimination of rear overhang, also fitted is a double laser line for true kerf of the saw blade. The 260mm blade with Festool Fastfix lock system prevents accidental powering up when blade changing, all this is combined with soft start, constant speed, overload protection and braked motor. The saw is supplied with a 60 tooth saw blade, angle finder and work clamp.
Base frame (UG - KAPEX) with detachable right and left had extensions
The KS120 fits easily onto the base frame giving a working height of 900mm, the base frame makes the saw very portable allowing the saw to fold down into it, two wheels are fitted and the frame acts also as a handle to make transport easy.
Detachable right and left had extension
The left and right extensions fit to the base frame and are each 1,480mm in length and have a telescopic extension giving each a maximum support length of 2,400mm, complete with measuring scales.
Set is supplied with a KS120 Saw, UG portable base frame, clamping set and 2 table extensions.
|Bevel Angle Range||47° - 0 - 47°|
|Blade Diameter||260 mm|
|Dust Extraction Outlet||27 mm / 36 mm|
|Electric Brake||Standard Feature|
|Max Bevel Cut @ 45deg||305 mm x 55 mm|
|Max Compound Cut @ 45deg||215 mm x 55 mm L 215 mm x 35 mm R|
|Max Crosscut @ 0deg||305 mm x 88 mm|
|Max Mitre Cut @ 45deg||215 mm x 88 mm|
|Mitre Angle Range||50° - 0 - 60°|
|Nett Weight||20.7 kg (saw only), 21 kg (base and extensions only)|
|Overall L x W x H||713 mm x 500 mm x 470 mm (saw only)|
|Spindle Lock||Standard Feature|
|Sound Power Level [Uncertainty K]||101 dB(A) [3.0 dB]|
|Sound Pressure Level [Uncertainty K]||88 dB(A) [3.0 dB]|
|Vibration Cutting Wood [Uncertainty K]||2.5 m/s² [1.5 m/s²]|
20 October 2017
The perfect mitre saw for precision workHad this saw for nearly two years now, its well worth buying the extensions and frame with it, as it really does turn the saw into a much more useful machine. In regards to one review saying the frame comes uncliped from the frame when you try to move it, I would simply suggest he read his instructions and flip the little metal tap that holds it all together. ;) It is on the pricey side but everything Festool is, Our work is also pricey at the end of the day and so i like to work with machines that i can rely on.
15 May 2017
Saw great - stand rubbish!Why the disparity? Can't fault the saw but the stand.... Quite simply the design of the stand falls down on one aspect - but very badly.
10 January 2017
The BestSince owning this is hasn't stopped impressing me, it can handle everything from stud work to larger cornices with amazing accuracy and cuts through all timbers with ease.
13 December 2016
Clever, clever piece of kitLike others, like you are now, I deliberated long and hard abut handing over SO MUCH money for a saw. I mean, it really is a lot to me.
1 October 2015
Festool kapex120If you are thinking of buying 110volt version and running an extractor along side bear in mind you will need to buy a