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INCRA MITER5000 Miter 5000 Table Saw Miter Gauge with Sled and Telescoping Fence INCRA MITER5000 Miter 5000 Table Saw Miter Gauge with Sled and Telescoping Fence INCRA MITER5000 Miter 5000 Table Saw Miter Gauge with Sled and Telescoping Fence INCRA MITER5000 Miter 5000 Table Saw Miter Gauge with Sled and Telescoping Fence

INCRA MITER5000 Miter 5000 Table Saw Miter Gauge with Sled and Telescoping Fence

INCRA MITER5000 Miter 5000 Table Saw Miter Gauge with Sled and Telescoping Fence INCRA MITER5000 Miter 5000 Table Saw Miter Gauge with Sled and Telescoping Fence INCRA MITER5000 Miter 5000 Table Saw Miter Gauge with Sled and Telescoping Fence INCRA MITER5000 Miter 5000 Table Saw Miter Gauge with Sled and Telescoping Fence
$ 389.99

Score By Feature

Based on 258 ratings
Accuracy
9.38
Value for money
8.48
Easy to assemble
6.66

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Product Description

A great idea at Incra led to a successful business venture
After the right side has been cut, the sled is on the right
With an incremental angle control and special 3-panel sled, this table saw can be adjusted to fit any job
Laser cut solid steel angle indexing teeth provide a high degree of precision
The solid angle stops have 364 steps of 1/2 degree each
With ten expansion disks, the bars can be adjusted on both sides to achieve zero sideplay
Your work piece is locked onto the sled with the hold down clamp

Questions & Answers

What are your expectations for this tool? How well does it work with ?

Hello Daniel. I have a Powermatic PM2000 table saw and I am thrilled by It took me several minutes to measure the distance from the left edge of the miter bar to the left edge of the Miter5000 in my workshop and it measured 17-inches. One eighth inch. According to my experience, you'd prefer to have the table on your DeWalt 7491 support most of that width. I say this because the Miter5000 is a little on the heavy side (the fence is on that side as well), so the weight needs to be supported by the left side of your table Then I think you will be fine since there will be plenty of table on that side.

Without the miter gauge, the miter gauge can be used. Can it be either the standard 3000SE or standard 3000? It appears to be a part of the sled from the picture. ?

You can find it built right into the sled, Keith, if your question is related to I am currently looking at mine as I am writing this, and the miter bar is mounted just to the right of the Miter gauge, of course the miter bar is mounted to the bottom of the Miter5000 sled and the Miter gauge is mounted to the top. Please accept my sincere apologies for any confusion this matter may have caused.

Does the zero clearence have to be the same for blades of different kerfs or is it set? When calibrated, does it take a short amount of time to set up?

For the small cut-off on the right side of the blade, you mount the table in the miterslot and cut it to the blade. For the base of the blade, you mount the table in the miterslot and cut it to the But you are talking about a bit more than a 1/32 or maybe a 16th, so I doubt it would matter much at all. The reason I switch from thin-kerf blades to thick-kerf blades is because when the blade is up fully to cut an angled cut, you do get a little Miters and frames were throwing things off because I made a lot of them. This does not appear to be the case in full-kerf It is unlikely that any material savings will be realized. If I had to buy it again, I would go for the 5000.

easy is it to slide this sled if I want to do a crosscut using a 1" x 12" x six foot board?

Rich, the Incra Miter5000 will easily handle a board that measures 1 1/4" x 12" x 6', assuming the miter bar is set correctly. The Miter5000 came into my possession 5 years ago and I have used it extensively ever since. I have been able to get it to carry out all my requests. Despite its small size, this sled will keep you very warm and keep you interested in skiing.

Selected User Reviews For INCRA MITER5000 Miter 5000 Table Saw Miter Gauge with Sled and Telescoping Fence

There isn't much value in paying for this! After purchasing a major item from Incra, this is my second major purchase, and I must say, the quality control is very disappointing
3/5

There was a huge gouge in the miter fence as well as several In fact, I thought my last purchase was refurbished, so I bought it the same way. In regards to the sled's condition, I share the same sentiments. A large number of parts were loose inside the box and strewn about. There is a lot of confusion with the instructions that come with this sled. However, I am happy that they provide pictures. With YouTube, I was able to find the answers to the questions I couldn't figure out. Having an accurate sled is one of the things that make this sled so appealing. The process may take a little while, but you will be glad you took the time to complete The rest is up to you. Incra, I am truly sorry! The purchase I have just made from you may be my last. I'll stick with someone that cares more about the appearance of their products as well as the accuracy we require, so as long as your shipping packaging, instructions, and quality control are not changed.

Beau Morris
Beau Morris
| Dec 26, 2020
It has been beautifully engineered and is extremely A ten star rating is in order! It has been beautifully engineered and is extremely Regardless of the size of your panels, this thing can do the exact job of squaring up your sheet goods after breaking them down into drawer sections
5/5

It's fantastic for cross cutting drawer sides and panels. As you set up the fence and stop block, along with the measuring tape, make sure you take your time. My left tilt saw configuration had to be repositioned, so the sled and miter gauge were a bit more difficult to locate on the right side of the blade because I had to reposition the configuration for our PM2000. If they just instruct you to reverse the direction, then you have to remember that it is right miter slot for you, and not the left miter slot. I suggest that they provide more visuals and instructions to allow you to achieve this using pictures. It is not uncommon for cabinet saws to remain tilted, so provide a couple of sheets of extra paper with instructions on how to correct the tilt. With the miter slots, there is no play either on the sled or on the cutoff table, both surfaces are solid and move smoothly. We are very satisfied with the product and would highly recommend it to anyone looking for an easy solution to square up Since I do a lot of drawers with dovetails, I need to accurately cut the components, so the jigs work at their optimum.

Gael Diaz
Gael Diaz
| Apr 18, 2021
I highly recommend it
5/5

As an expensive accessory, I held off for a while, but now I am glad I bought it. I got everything I wanted from this experience and even.

Jasper Khan
Jasper Khan
| Oct 29, 2020
A serious mistake was made by Incra It is so unreliable because of the micro adjustments I had to go back to My money is at stake with Incra I wish I could get it
3/5
Amber Underwood
Amber Underwood
| Sep 30, 2020
This is ideal for making precise cuts with my Ridgid 10" portable table saw
5/5

I purchased this so that I could enhance the accuracy and precision of the cuts I make. I received my order It is easy to install and set up. Both sides of the blade will be able to be used. I found this tool to be the perfect solution for my needs. The replacement panels I bought also come with a dado blade to make sure the saw fits for use with a dado blade.

Erin Morrison
Erin Morrison
| May 21, 2021
This game is great in some ways, but it is flawed in others
3/5

This product does not meet my ideal requirements, and I apologize for being the dissenting voice. There are so many things wrong with the presentation, and they all could be corrected easily. Although miter action is pretty slow (setting angles in the actual miter), it is highly precise, and I really appreciate that. As far as the general concept goes, it is excellent. For context, I have a JDS AccuMiter and several shop-made tools which I use on a daily basis My Unisaw is 20 years old and I made crosscut sleds for it. The Miter 5000 is what I was hoping to replace every one of them with. This is not going to be the case. Using the AccuMiter is a great alternative, since it offers a much faster setup process, and it is much simpler to operate To use flip stops, use the flip The miter gauge may not be as precise in setting miter angles, however it is quick and sturdy. Considering the speed of the device, I'll keep it for basic uses. In the next section we will look at the flaws of In my opinion, the bar that rides in the miter slot is the biggest problem. Using nylon washers that can be adjusted, it is "adjustable" to fit snuggly in the saw bed slot. In general, this works very well when most of the bar is in the channel and when it slides smoothly and precisely. Nevertheless, only the front of the bar is in the channel when the miter table is pushed back (towards the operator) to cut a wide panel. By cutting the panels wider than 18 inches, the bar becomes narrower and only a couple of washers contact the sides of the channel, which results in Panels are not acceptable if they are wider than 20 inches since there is a possibility for the blade to move 1/16 of an inch back and forth at their position. It would be easier to solve the problem if the bar fit tighter I even feel more comfortable with the Delta bar that came with the kit. This is ridiculous for something you use on a regular basis - it should be free. It would be easier in my life not to have to reach for a tool each time I wanted to adjust It would have been easy and inexpensive to provide a simple plastic knob and solve It had to be read upside down for me to get it to work. In either case, it is not the end of the world, but just Furthermore, the fence is agravating me by having a measuring tape in it. fit," and the instructions say that it will stay in place, but it is possible to accidentally move it out of position as you have been moving wood around on the table. In that case, the tape will be out of place, and you will not see it. There may be a series of unfortunate events as a result. I believe that the cut-off is the following There is also a silly problem with the right-hand side of the blade off catching table. With it, the right hand miter slot can be locked in place and the miter can be zero-centered A throat plate with plenty of clearance so that even the smallest of offending objects can be safely caught Cuts. The problem is that it uses a tiny allen wrench (and I do mean tiny) to snug the bar in the miter slot (which you have to do every time you place or remove the table. You rip everything you see as soon as you see it). What if we simply engineered it so that the screw mechanism uses the larger hex screws used on every other part of Additionally, the fence is not square with the table and . . . There is a WAY off in this. In the instructions, this will be noted as a problem and instructions are given for how to shim the fence using paper or something similar As such, it is a known issue. Incra might have used an extrusion or casting on the product (like they did on almost everything else on the product). So, I have no idea why they didn't do so. I do know that the product works well. Although puzzling, there are some odd shortcomings (that would be easy to fix in more than one way, at little or no extra cost) that make the model less satisfactory. A lot better- It was an ideal product. The mitered corners were too sloping A slot-shaped object.

Blake Perry
Blake Perry
| Aug 29, 2020

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