Festool KS 120 UG-Set  Mitre Saw, Base Frame & L/R Extensions
Festool KS 120 UG-Set Mitre Saw, Base Frame & L/R Extensions
£1,594.96 (£1,329.13 Ex. VAT)

Festool KS 120 UG-Set Mitre Saw, Base Frame & L/R Extensions

  • KS 120 mitre saw, UG portable base frame
  • Right and left hand extensions with telescopic arms
  • Complete mitre saw work station
  • KS120 precision saw, 305 x 120mm cutting capacity
  • Folding UG base frame with transport wheels
  • Extension with measuring scales
  • Set is supplied with a KS120 Saw, UG portable base frame, clamping set and 2 table extensions.
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£1,594.96 (£1,329.13 Ex. VAT)

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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.

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Bevel Angle Range 47° - 0 - 47°
Blade Diameter 260 mm
Dust Extraction 27 mm / 36 mm Outlet
Electric Brake Standard Feature
Max Bevel Cut @ 45deg W x H 305 mm x 55 mm
Max Compound Cut @ 45deg W x H 215 mm x 55 mm
Max Crosscut @ 0deg W x H 305 mm x 88 mm
Max Mitre Cut @ 45deg W x H 215 mm x 88 mm
Mitre Angle Range 50° - 0 - 60°
Model KS 120-UG-Set
Motor Power 1,600 W
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)
Rating Industrial
Sound Power Level [Uncertainty K] 101 dB(A) [3.0 dB]
Sound Pressure Level [Uncertainty K] 88 dB(A) [3.0 dB]
Spindle Lock Standard Feature
Vibration Cutting Wood [Uncertainty K] 2.5 m/s² [1.5 m/s²]
Reviews (6)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 3.7 out of 5 based on 6 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



20 October 2017

The perfect mitre saw for precision work

Had 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.

Tony Davison

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.
Once you collapse the stand with the saw in place then just try and move it using the obvious bar handle.
Due to the weight it detaches itself from the main frame so to move it you have to both hold the bar and the main body in place to move it.
Speaking as a designer it would be a simple fix. As an instant fix I use a strap to hold the two together - but you shouldn't have to.
Stand is good as long as you leave it up and fixed.
It's in the detail Festool. Incidentally speaking of detail, Festool's detachable cable on their TS55 is rubbish - poor connection durability - I'm now on my second and I do take care of my tools.
My normal every day power tool allegiance has now moved to Milwaukee who would appear to have more substance and longevity.


10 January 2017

The Best

Since 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.
The extensions and frame really do make the saw and are well worth buying for super quick accurate sizing of components.
Dust extraction is by far the best of any mitre saw, its not perfect but does manage about 95% of it and does not allow dust to be thrown up into the air. Its worth pointing out here that I use a 27mm vac and a 36mm hose would be even better.
The saw is relatively light for the size of it and it is quite quiet in use.
The angle finder helps in a lot of situations and I found the lasers to be perfect for my liking.
Angle adjustments are very easy on both the tilt and swing and the set stops and set increments are perfect.
Over all I've no regrets about buying, it matches the rest of my green and blue arsenal very well indeed!


13 December 2016

Clever, clever piece of kit

Like 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.
If this saw would deliver what is promised, then it would be worth it, but if it doesn't, well, what a mistake to make. Researching on the internet I started hearing of some problems(mostly in the states) which scared me. I went to a dealer to actually see the machine, but wasn't able to try it. The guy was pushing me towards the hingey bosch machine, but it is heavy. two guys to move it heavy. The bosch stand was like some weird wheelbarrow thing and was also very heavy. If you do site work and have to heave kit in and out of your van alone, this is a serious consideration.
So, I bought the festool saw and UG stand set up from Axminster. I bought it on finance, which is working out ok. Machine arrived next day, and I am very, very pleased.

I've had this set up for about 8 months now, and I can honestly say it is all you could want from a mitre saw. You set up in a few minutes, easily, on your own. even attached to the stand it is lighter than most saws of this capacity. It cuts perfectly square, with a glass smooth finish. the protractors are easy to read, and setting the machine to any angle is easy. The preset angles are spot on. If you set the say for 21 deg, it is 21 deg. go back to zero, then set 21 deg and it is exactly the same angle as before.
I've had no issues with the handle. I don't find it uncomfortable. Everyone says the outriggers look flimsy, but if you attach them correctly the whole saw/stand/outrigger becomes one rigid unit. Cutting 3x8 roof timbers, the whole thing copes easily.

It is true that the lasers are hard to see in bright light. It is true that the dust extraction is not 100%. These are the only issues I have found, and I think any other saw would be as bad if not worse. From what I and others have seen, this saw is as close to perfect as you can get. So, no regrets then.

St cullum

1 October 2015

Festool kapex120

If you are thinking of buying 110volt version and running an extractor along side bear in mind you will need to buy a
5kva transformer, as most 3kva transformers only run at 2100 watts festool need to inform us of this, other than that
It's a very good saw

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