cuts start with knowing where the blade is going to cut. We all
love tools that make our woodworking fun and just a little easier to make
that master piece. 99% of you reading this have a biscuit jointer, miter
saw, nail gun, and a battery powered drill. Why, because they make your
projects more fun and a little easier. The Laserkerf saw laser guide does
just such a thing to cutting process. For hundreds of years woodworkers
have been hammering nails into their projects but you found that a nail
gun is faster, safer and reduces the repairs from a misplaced blow. The
Laserkerf is a high tech way to know exactly where your saw is going to
cut before you ever turn it on. You know exactly what material is going
to be cut away with the only laser that duplicates the kerf of your saw.
You can cut on either side of your blade with the same exactness simply
by placing the cut mark at the edge of the laser beam. There is no faster
safer way to make the perfect cut every time.
Please take the opportunity to read thru the features
that the Laserkerf provides and look at the installation photos for your
saw. If you do not find your saw listed e-mail us with the model so we
can help make determination about the installation.
Miter/Compound Miter saws and radial-arm saws just received a giant push
into the 21st century with this retrofit laser. Accuracy, ease of use
and greater operator safety are the hall-marks of this high tech, low
cost, laser add on.
Laserkerf brings a radically new approach to cutting on
the mark, the first time every time.
laser beams width matches the kerf of the blade. The Laserkerf comes in
the two most popular blade widths of 3/32"(Model 100) and 1/8"(Model
125) You can use either side of the beam to align the cut mark. The position
of the beam is adjustable to assure perfect alignment with the blade.
See below for a list of features and a comparison to other types of lasers
on the market. The Laserkerf is attached with a permanent acrylic adhesive.
Setup only takes a few minutes. Both AC and Battery powered models are
Listed below is a comparison of some of the features of
the Laserkerf compared to the lasers that are mounted on the blade. For
a more complete description of the features click here.
Laserkerf = L
Blade mounted laser = B
1. Marks both sides of the
2. Adjustable to exact position of blade
3. AC powered
4. DC Powered
5. Can cause vibration of the blade
6. Material can be aligned without the
7. Saw guard open to see complete beam
8. Wood and table can be adjusted at
the same time