Model # 26-2250

Internet #303349044

Delta 12 in. Dual Bevel Sliding Cruzer Miter Saw
0847962006066

Delta

12 in. Dual Bevel Sliding Cruzer Miter Saw

  • Articulated arms enable saw to be placed on smaller work areas
  • 1-hand front miter controls with push button miter detent
  • Bi-directional with very good edge retention
$ 649 00
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Product Overview

  • Articulated arms enable saw to be placed on smaller work areas
  • 1-hand front miter controls with push button miter detent
  • Bi-directional with very good edge retention
The patented Delta Cruzer sliding miter saw uses military-grade aluminum frame members with heavy duty bearings for super smooth cutting operation and extremely long life. The space saving design is easy to transport and ts against the wall in a shop. Smooth cuts are achieved with the easy to use sliding arm.
  • 12 in. blade with versatile ip-down fence design for industry-best 18 in. crosscut capacity.
  • Adjustable crown fence lock increases stacked crown capacity at 45 to 7-1/2 inches.
  • Dual bevel 47 left/47 right with front bevel release and 7 positive stops at the most popular bevel angles and an easy to reach lever override to move between stops.
  • 50 left miter/60 right miter capacity with 10 miter detents and positive stops
  • 1 hand front miter controls with push button miter detent override and front bevel release for quick movement.
  • Flip-down slide lock for super accurate plunge cuts of crown and other stacked trim pieces.
  • Easily adjustable sliding tension for personalizing slide action
  • Molded handle and ergonomic trigger is comfortable for right or left handed users
  • 15 Amp motor for powerful cuts and blade brake for safety
  • Clear retractable blade guard for full view of cutting area during alignment and cutting.
  • 1.5 in. dust port for vacuum connection and excellent dust collection

Product Overview

  • Articulated arms enable saw to be placed on smaller work areas
  • 1-hand front miter controls with push button miter detent
  • Bi-directional with very good edge retention
Model #: 26-2250
Internet #: 303349044

The patented Delta Cruzer sliding miter saw uses military-grade aluminum frame members with heavy duty bearings for super smooth cutting operation and extremely long life. The space saving design is easy to transport and ts against the wall in a shop. Smooth cuts are achieved with the easy to use sliding arm.

  • 12 in. blade with versatile ip-down fence design for industry-best 18 in. crosscut capacity.
  • Adjustable crown fence lock increases stacked crown capacity at 45 to 7-1/2 inches.
  • Dual bevel 47 left/47 right with front bevel release and 7 positive stops at the most popular bevel angles and an easy to reach lever override to move between stops.
  • 50 left miter/60 right miter capacity with 10 miter detents and positive stops
  • 1 hand front miter controls with push button miter detent override and front bevel release for quick movement.
  • Flip-down slide lock for super accurate plunge cuts of crown and other stacked trim pieces.
  • Easily adjustable sliding tension for personalizing slide action
  • Molded handle and ergonomic trigger is comfortable for right or left handed users
  • 15 Amp motor for powerful cuts and blade brake for safety
  • Clear retractable blade guard for full view of cutting area during alignment and cutting.
  • 1.5 in. dust port for vacuum connection and excellent dust collection

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Name 15 Amp 12 in. Double Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw 15 Amp 12 in. Corded Dual-Bevel Sliding Glide Miter Saw with 60 Tooth Saw Blade 12 in. Dual Bevel Sliding Cruzer Miter Saw 12 in. Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw
Brand DEWALT Bosch Delta Milwaukee
Ratings (384) (468) (14) (161)
Blade Diameter 12 12
Maximum Cutting Thickness (in.) 6.75 4 7.5 6
Miter Saw Type Sliding Compound Sliding Compound Sliding
Bevel Type Dual Dual Dual Dual
Power Tool Features Positive Stops Electric Brake,Positive Stops Bag Included,Electric Brake,No Additional Features,Positive Stops Bag Included,Electric Brake,Positive Stops
Cordless/ Corded Corded Corded Corded Corded
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
30 in
Product Height (in.)
21.5 in
Product Width (in.)
25.5 in
Table Length (in.)
14.5
Table Width (in.)
25

Details

45 Degree Crosscut Capacity Maximum
4"X10"
90 Degree Crosscut Capacity Maximum - Left
2"X18"
90 Degree Crosscut Capacity Maximum - Right
2"X18"
Amperage (amps)
15 A
Arbor Size
1"
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Compound Miter Saw
Bench or Stationary
Bench
Bevel Type
Dual
Blade Diameter (in.)
12
Color Family
Gray
Condition
New
Cord Length (ft.)
7
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Dust Collection Method
Bag
Maximum Cutting Thickness (in.)
7.5
Maximum Degree Bevel Cuts - Left
45
Maximum Degree Bevel Cuts - Right
45
Maximum Degree Miter Cuts - Left
50
Maximum Degree Miter Cuts - Right
60
Maximum Speed (rpm)
4000
Maximum miter capacity
60
Miter Saw Type
Compound
No Tool Blade Change
No
Power Tool Features
Bag Included,Electric Brake,No Additional Features,Positive Stops
Product Weight (lb.)
57 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
5 Year Limited Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
30 in
Product Height (in.)
21.5 in
Product Width (in.)
25.5 in
Table Length (in.)
14.5
Table Width (in.)
25

Details

45 Degree Crosscut Capacity Maximum
4"X10"
90 Degree Crosscut Capacity Maximum - Left
2"X18"
90 Degree Crosscut Capacity Maximum - Right
2"X18"
Amperage (amps)
15 A
Arbor Size
1"
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Compound Miter Saw
Bench or Stationary
Bench
Bevel Type
Dual
Blade Diameter (in.)
12
Color Family
Gray
Condition
New
Cord Length (ft.)
7
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Dust Collection Method
Bag
Maximum Cutting Thickness (in.)
7.5
Maximum Degree Bevel Cuts - Left
45
Maximum Degree Bevel Cuts - Right
45
Maximum Degree Miter Cuts - Left
50
Maximum Degree Miter Cuts - Right
60
Maximum Speed (rpm)
4000
Maximum miter capacity
60
Miter Saw Type
Compound
No Tool Blade Change
No
Power Tool Features
Bag Included,Electric Brake,No Additional Features,Positive Stops
Product Weight (lb.)
57 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
5 Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

Does this saw actually come with a laser? The product listing on the Home Depot website states th...

Does this saw actually come with a laser? The product listing on the Home Depot website states that it does, but mine doesn't appear to have one, just the hardware that would hold it. The user manual makes no mention of it, and the parts manual lists line items 183 and 185 as left/right laser covers, but doesn't include a laser either. Or since there's obviously a spot to mount one, is there at least a compatible after market laser available?
Asked by: Doresoom
No laser included.
Answered by: john
Date published: 2018-11-18

What is the total height from table top to top of the handle with the saw blade assembly tilted u...

What is the total height from table top to top of the handle with the saw blade assembly tilted up? What is the total distance from the front of the front knob to the extreme back of the saw? Answers to these questions will assist those of us who contend with permanent shelving above the saw and a limited fore and aft distance on which to use the saw.
Asked by: Marvin
With the saw up, the dimension between the bottom of the saw base to the top of the handle is approximately 26-1/4 inches. At zero miter setting, the back-of- saw to front-of-the- lock-knob dimension is approximately 31 inches.
Answered by: Alleycat
Date published: 2018-04-26

Can this saw be converted to 240volts for Australia?

Asked by: Aus234
No, converting this saw will void the warranty. It can be used with a step-up inverter.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2018-05-28

What are the dimensions of the mounting holes and/or the size of the base? (front to back and sid...

What are the dimensions of the mounting holes and/or the size of the base? (front to back and side to side) Trying to determine if this will fit on my current miter saw cart.
Asked by: DstBstSN
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Customer Reviews

12 in. Dual Bevel Sliding Cruzer Miter Saw is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I've had this saw for almost a year and I am pleased with it. I bought it over the comparable Bo... I've had this saw for almost a year and I am pleased with it. I bought it over the comparable Bosch 12" machine when I chanced upon a discounted machine on line. It seems to be a well-engineered machine. Pro's: Good back clearance: 11-1/2" from the back of the machine to the front of the fence. Good blade stability: a 5 pound side load on the handle yielded .038" blade deflection. A little more than my radial arm saw, but acceptable to me when care is used. Good cross cut capacity. Con's: The included blade is suitable for cutting firewood, not furniture parts. It offers very poor cut quality. Dust collection is marginal. The bag catches dust reasonably well but requires frequent emptying. The dust port is a mongrel size (1-5/8") that requires an adapter to fit about any standard vacuum or dust collector hose. Without dust collection via hose or bag, the machine sprays dust everywhere. The machine required some re-calibration for miter and bevel adjustments. Not a major complaint, but should not be necessary.
Date published: 2018-11-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from SUMMARY: This is an extremely nice saw with plenty of premium features. It also carries a premiu... SUMMARY: This is an extremely nice saw with plenty of premium features. It also carries a premium price tag and leaves a few small things to be desired. PROS: -The articulating arm slider system which replaces the traditional rail sliding sytem is extremely nice and well executed. This innovation greatly reduces the amount of space required behind the saw, which is great for small shops and tight spaces. Also handy when transporting the saw to a jobsite. -The saw was highly accurate right out of the box. I did not need to make any adjustments to get square cuts right away. Miters were also right on when checked with a digital angle finder. -All of the adjustments (bevel, miter, slide lock) were easy to locate and operate. -Overall the saw is extremely easy to operate and works very well. CONS: -The saw requires modification to achieve the advertized 18" wide cut capacity. The setup includes removing parts of the fence and adding a sacrifical work table. See page 19 of the user's manual for the full setup procedure. (The users manual is conveniently linked on the product page on Home Depot's website). -The saw does not include a convenient micro adjustment for miter angles. My other saw (German B brand) has a small micro adjustment knob which can be used to change the miter angle ever so slightly to get a perfect fit. To make adjustments to the miter angle on this saw, the entire angle plate must be removed and repositioned. Not only is this cumbersome, its not highly accurate. This is probably not a big deal for rough work, but its a bit of a bummer for those doing precision work. -No table extensions. Again comparing to the German B brand, there are no pull out table extenders. This is a feature I have come to really appreciate. OVERALL: If I could rate this saw as a 4.5/5 I would. Its a great saw with great features. Its just missing a few features that I have come to appreciate in the competitor's offering so I cannot justify a full 5/5.
Date published: 2018-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome tool, only thing... no laser... Awesome tool, only thing... no laser
Date published: 2018-03-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great tool. Got this saw to replace my old workhorse sliding compound. This one was actually qu... Great tool. Got this saw to replace my old workhorse sliding compound. This one was actually quite a bit different than my previous saw. My old saw was sliding as well but the slide was fixed and so you had to have a lot of room behind the saw to allow for the slide. This tool has a radical departure from the old rail method to a folding arm that requires so much less runout space. Cool feature. Has all the standard preset cutting angles and the swivel table is easy to operate. Nice saw!
Date published: 2018-01-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This miter saw is a decent option if you want to put your saw right up against a wall. However, I... This miter saw is a decent option if you want to put your saw right up against a wall. However, I'm not sure if the quality and performance justify the premium price tag. The mechanical linkages the Cruzer uses make this the second sliding miter saw on the market to do away with rails. The result is a very compact design that only requires 18.5" of wall clearance to the front mounting bolt holes. It's actually more compact than my fixed (non-sliding) 12" miter saw. The only other way to achieve this is with a rail-forward design, which only a few other brands have done. The Cruzer does have more side-to-side play in the blade than most other saws in the same price range when the blade is extended all the way forward. I even went to my local Home Depot and really cranked on all the saws on display to verify firsthand. However, I didn't notice much side-to-side error when cutting under normal loads, maybe about 0.010" at most. The error might increase a with bevel cutting though, since the weight of the saw head will contribute to more deflection. Right out of the box, my saw was within 0.03° of perfect square without any adjustments. It most likely depends on how the saw was treated during shipping, and how careful the employee in charge of calibration was for each individual saw. The tables and fences were all dead flat on mine as well. I was very impressed with the out-of-the box accuracy of the machined components. The miter and bevel controls are all up front, with the exception of the bevel detent release. The miter lock is only a convenient quarter turn, which really cuts down on adjustment time. The controls were easy and intuitive as well, which meant I didn't have to consult the manual to figure everything out. Things I didn't like about the saw were the so-so dust collection, the lack of laser, the flimsy carry handle, the hard-to-adjust work hold down, the huge gap in the throat plate, and the terrible depth stop. Despite Delta's claims for excellent dust collection, I found it to capture maybe 50% at best. Adding a vacuum adapter helped a little bit, but the port is an awkward 1-5/8" OD, which I had to buy an adapter for, since Delta doesn't make one yet. Customer service informed me that they're planning on releasing a dust adapter and a laser add-on in January 2018. It feels like they rushed this saw to market a little early, since they released it without having any accessories ready! The plastic carry handle is too narrow to comfortably use, and very flimsy. It doesn't take much effort at all to bend it, and I wouldn't ever trust it with holding the weight of the saw. The work hold down doesn't have a quick release, so if you're switching back and forth a lot between work pieces of varying thicknesses, it will take forever to adjust using just the screw. The depth stop is also ridiculously designed, and doesn't provide a consistent depth at all (see picture). And finally, Delta's marketing department didn't do them any favors by touting the "robot arms" and "military grade aluminum." Hyping a product like that just makes me wary about it. And seriously, military grade? I'll bet it's regular old 6000 series aluminum, which there just happens to be a mil-spec for. There's a mil-spec for everything, including cookies (MIL-C-43205G), but that doesn't make it special. So despite my various critiques, I think this is still a pretty good saw, and definitely a big upgrade from my old 12" fixed miter saw. I just don't think it justifies the premium MSRP. If Delta decides to knock a few hundred dollars off of it, I think I could easily overlook all its shortcomings. But as it is I don't think it's quite worth the price tag, especially without a laser or shadow line included.
Date published: 2017-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This new Delta 12-inch compound, sliding miter saw was delivered in well-designed packaging that ... This new Delta 12-inch compound, sliding miter saw was delivered in well-designed packaging that makes use of two large molded polystyrene foam inserts to protect the saw from damage during shipment. The saw arrived in factory condition, it having excellent fit and finish. This saw has a powerful 15-amp, 120 volt AC motor with 4000 RPM no-load speed rating. The documentation provided with this saw is well-written and includes a complete parts list with diagram and contact for replacement parts. This saw makes use of two triple-pivot, robot-style arms with bearings for silk-smooth sliding action. An advantage of this slider design is that it makes this saw quite compact. It allows the saw to be backed up to and used right next to a wall. The saw was delivered with a 60-tooth, carbide-tipped general purpose blade, blade wrench, dust collection bag and a handy swing-away style work clamping device. It has a tall sliding fence that allows vertical baseboard cutting capacity of up to 6-1/2 inches. Out of the box, this saw has a cutting capacity with 0 degree bevel and 0 degree miter of 4 x 14 inches. It can cut a nominal 2 x 10-inch board at a 45 degree bevel and a 45 degree miter. By removing the upper fence, flipping lower fence tabs and adding a table board, one can cut material up to 2 x 18 inches. This miter saw has the features expected of a high quality product, including positive miter stops at 0, 15, 22.5, 31.6 and 45 degrees and bevel stops at 0, 22.5, 33.9 and 45 degrees. Out of the box, this saw weighs a fairly heavy 57 pounds. A central handle and smoothly shaped slots at the base sides facilitate carrying or moving. This saw has lots of controls and adjustments using blue-colored knobs, levers and buttons. Most of the controls are inherently well-positioned, although it took a bit practice to learn how to use all of them. The sliding tension as well as the depth of cut are adjustable. Complete instructions are provided in the documentation for realignment, if necessary. I found the alignments "right on" as delivered. This product carries a 5-year limited warranty. I made a trip to an area builders' tool market, finding this saw priced competitively compared to other high quality miter saw products. I found that it affords very good dust collection if I connected the saw dust outlet to my shop vacuum and operated the vacuum while sawing. Put simply, this is a high quality, feature-laden miter saw and a great addition to my working tool collection.
Date published: 2017-12-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This saw is a sliding miter, in the sense that the blade moves forwards and backwards, however it... This saw is a sliding miter, in the sense that the blade moves forwards and backwards, however it is not a sliding saw in the traditional sense. There is no chrome pipe that this slides back and forth on, but rather a robotic articulating arm that is full of hinges and accordion folds. I have to admit I was skeptical at first but after using it for a few weeks it's absolutely BRILLIANT. The design of the articulating arm actually makes this saw take up LESS room than a standard sliding miter, and interestingly enough it takes up LESS room than my non-slidin miter! My none sliding miter has a larger footprint due to poor placement of some of the bevel handles (see pictures) which prevent it from sitting flush against the wall. This articulating miter has all of the bevel handles positioned out of the way which allows this to push all the way back and sit flush against the wall. It has an integrated dust port which works pretty good if you have enough suction. I actually really like the placement of the dust port/dust bag. The placement allows the saw to move more freely with a hose connected and there is less tension on the hose because it's not flopping up and down when cutting. I was a little disaointed that something in this price range did not include a laser cutting guide, in fact it's the reason I removed a star. Yes there are aftermarket lasers available. Yes they are easy to install. At this price though, that feature is expected to be standard. Some of the bevel hinges and bolts were overtightened and stiff, presumably to prevent damage from shipping. I would recomened loosening those a quarter turn after you get it and spraying them liberally with lubricant. I also sprayed the articulating hinges pretty liberally. Those did not require any adjustments or appear stiff, but there are a lot of nooks and crannys and there will be a lot of saw dust flying around. Better safe than sorry. That is actually a fear of mine, that the sawdust will work its way into the articulating hinges and become stiff over time... but only time will tell. That said, it looks like the hinges are manufactured really tight and will do a decent job keeping dust out as long as you vaccuum the saw after use. It cuts really clean and smooth, and the position of the motor / handle make it feel more like a worm drive in your hands than a traditional chop saw placement. The sliding mechanism has several locks which allow you to place it in a fixed position for trim/baseboards that do not require sliding. It has a dual bevel and some well thought out adjustable fences, so crown molding should be very achievable with this saw. The bevel stops / detents were well marked and easy to find. You can pick any angle you want but the common angles have a locking pin that holds it in place. I found the detents to be really accurate and if the cut was off at all it was because the blade wandered a little (I was probably cutting faster than I should have been during the test cuts). I've got to say - this is a really cool and well thought out slider. It cuts amazing and it's unbelievable how compact it is!
Date published: 2017-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A miter saw this large has the ability to dramatically impact your work flow. The way this saw is... A miter saw this large has the ability to dramatically impact your work flow. The way this saw is built allows it to cross cut 4x14" right out of the box. This means you can gang cut 9 2x4s at the same time without any initial modifications. Cross cutting 2x18" does require the removal of the metal fence and installing a 2x14 sacrificial bed using wood screws, but that could be worth the setup time depending on the job. This could be a game changer for you if you are primarily interested in construction work. The ability to gang cut large rafters on the miter saw will remove time and error associated with hand marking each cut and free-handing the cut with a small circular saw. For wood working, the decision is not so clear. This saw can greatly reduce your use of a cross cut sled for long and awkward pieces which would improve safety. However, there is visible deflection at full extension that will throw longer cuts a few degrees off your intended line. How you compensate for that is up to you, but it's there and nothing short of a redesign will change that. Plus-or-minus three degrees (less if you are gentle) is within allowable margin of error for construction, but could cause gaps to form when making picture frames or other items. My work covers outdoor pergolas through small picture frames and even the occasional cabinet job. A saw like this can have a big impact on how you use other tools to get material to final dimension, so don't just think of it as a large miter saw, but also a possible alternative to your table saw for some cuts, and your circular saw for others.
Date published: 2017-12-02
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