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M18 FUEL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless 10 in. Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw W/ Free 8.0Ah Battery

  • Delivers up to 400 cuts per charge
  • Includes M18 18-Volt Lithium-Ion HIGH OUTPUT XC 8.0Ah Battery
  • Fully compatible with the M18 System, featuring over 200+ tools
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Product Overview

The M18 FUEL 10 in. Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Miter saw was designed to meet the demanding needs of professional carpenters and remodelers. Delivering greater capacity than many corded 10 in. sliding miter saws and the POWERSTATE Brushless motor delivering corded cutting performance the 2734 provides users a solution to replace their corded miter saws. Premium features like an adjustable stainless steel detent plate, cam locking miter system, easy access bevel adjustment lever and both a detent override lock and chop lock lever located on the front of the tool the M18 FUEL miter saw is designed for easy operation and repeatable, accurate cuts. The Milwaukee M18 REDLITHIUM high output XC8.0 Battery Pack provides 50% more power and runs 50% cooler vs M18 REDLITHIUM XC battery packs.
  • 5-3/4 in. vertical capacity (base board against the fence)
  • 2x12 horizontal capacity (lying flat at 90°)
  • 5-1/4 in. vertical capacity nested crown
  • Cam locking miter system with adjustable stainless steel miter detent plate and 11 detent locations.
  • Dual bevel with 9 detents and easy access bevel lever
  • Shadow cut line indicator for quickly lining up cuts
  • Top and side carrying handles for maximum portability
  • Detent override for easily setting miter locations outside of detents
  • Up to 400 cuts per charge
  • Tall sliding/removable fences to support large base and crown against the fence
  • Includes: 10 in. dual bevel sliding compound miter saw, blade wrench, carbide tipped blade, dust bag and clamp, 1 M18 HIGH OUTPUT XC 8.0Ah Battery (48-11-1880)
  • 48-11-1880: fuel gauge onboard displays remaining run-time









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Price
Ratings
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Miter Saw TypeCompoundSliding CompoundCompoundSliding Compound
Cordless/ CordedCordedCordlessCordlessCordless
Bevel TypeDualDualDual
Power Tool FeaturesPositive StopsElectric Brake,Keyed Blade Change,Positive StopsElectric Brake,Keyed Blade Change,Positive StopsElectric Brake,Keyed Blade Change,Positive Stops
Maximum Cutting Thickness (in.)6.7566.75
Blade Diameter (in.)121012
Included AccessoriesAllen Key/Wrench,BladesBladesTool OnlyTool Only
Cuts ThroughWoodWoodWood
Number of Total Batteries Included 100
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
20 in
Product Height (in.)
19.17 in
Product Width (in.)
31.89 in

Details

Arbor Size
5/8
Batteries Included
Yes
Battery Amp Hours
8 Ah
Battery Power Type
Lithium Ion
Battery Size
Lithium Ion
Battery/Charger
(1) 8 Ah Battery Included
Battery/Charger
1 Battery Included
Bevel Type
Dual
Blade Diameter (in.)
10
Charger Included
Charger Not Included
Color Family
Red
Condition
New
Construction Material
Aluminum
Cordless Tool Type
Miter Saw
Cordless/ Corded
Cordless
Cuts Through
Wood
Included
No Additional Items Included
Included Accessories
Blades
Maximum Amperage (amps)
0.0
Maximum Cutting Thickness (in.)
6
Maximum Degree Miter Cuts - Left
45 °
Maximum Degree Miter Cuts - Right
45 °
Miter Saw Type
Sliding Compound
Motor Type
Brushless
Number of Total Batteries Included
1
Power Source
Battery
Power Tool Features
Electric Brake,Keyed Blade Change,Positive Stops
Product Weight (lb.)
45 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Voltage (volts)
18

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed,ETL Listed,UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
5 Year Tool Warranty

Questions & Answers

27Questions7Answers

Will the 10” saw cut 4 1/2” on pvc pipe?

Asked by Chip May 30, 2021
1
Answer

Hello Chip! We would not recommend using our Milwaukee M18 FUEL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless 10 in. Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw W/ Free 8.0Ah Battery to cut PVC piping.

Why isn't this listed as a buy more save more saw...

Asked by Chuck April 22, 2021
0
Answers

Does anyone have any idea how tall this saw is from bottom of base to top of saw (minus battery) ...

Asked by Justasking March 31, 2021
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Which 8.0 battery is the best in weight power and long term use the HO or the XC

Asked by Lamont March 22, 2021
1
Answer

The battery in your question is a HO (high output) XC (extra capacity) battery. It is the best 8.0 battery for Milwaukee M18 tools.

How do you get crown stops cat no 43-98-0295?

Asked by Stella March 11, 2021
0
Answers

Can i use 4.0 ah for this miter saw?

Asked by Kiliti February 26, 2021
1
Answer

Hi there! You can use any M18 battery with any M18 product. However, we'd suggest a larger amp hour battery for a longer run time.

how come this is not included with the Buy More Get More Promo?

Asked by MrGee February 9, 2021
0
Answers

What does it mean if a single red led flashes when you push the button? It does not power my pole...

Asked by Frustrated October 4, 2020
2
Answers

Means your battery needs to be charged, or possible your battery is defective. These batteries have a 5 year warranty take it to a Milwaukee service center. Most likely it will be replaced, also for the type of battery you should be using the Milwaukee rapid charger for this battery the regular Milwaukee chargers will not charge it properly.

I lost my HD 9.0 battery is this a good choice of battery or should i go for 12.0 thanks

Asked by Jepoi August 4, 2020
1
Answer

The high output XC 8.0 AH battery would indeed suffice in getting the job done. You could also go with the 12.0 AH battery, but keep in mind that will add some extra weight. 8.0 weighs about 2.25 lbs and the 12.0 weighs about 3.35lbs

What are the most compact storage dimensions? I have a very small work space and must store this...

Asked by EWC July 1, 2020
1
Answer

28in×16in×30in without the sawdust collector on the back, add 7in if stored with

M18 FUEL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless 10 in. Dual Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw W/ Free 8.0Ah Battery - page 2

Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
    out of 62 reviews
  • 68% recommend this product
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Great saw for the price - Combo
i have had this saw for a few months now and no complaints except one. my neighbor and i were truing the blade and the fence to blade alignment was fine. The blade to table alignment however, was a little more complicated. in the owners manual on page 11, "Squaring the blade to the table" step 6, says to use a T25 wrench to adjust the bevel setting. This is inaccurate as this is adjusted with an Allen wrench, not a T-25. naturally, the adjustment screw stripped out and i had to call SAWDUST. they kindly sent me a replacement and when it arrived it was part # 44-60-0026 shown on the bag as well as in the Service Parts List. So they sent me out a replacement part, assuring it would be the correct one after describing it. Sure enough, the same part was sent a second time. Again, i contacted support and spoke with someone who took the time to actually look into the problem, understand how the part worked, and made sure i would receive the right part this time. the next day i get a call from the same person. the part listed in the Parts Service List is part # 45-04-0026. close enough to make a mistake. (I even sent her pictures of the part i got from them, and the part i needed replaced - Included in post) so now i am waiting for the actual Detent Mount Adjustment Screw replacement. Additionally if you purchase this saw, make sure you DO NOT use a T25 wrench to adjust the blade to table bevel. Double check the screw itself to make sure it is an Allen screw. i was told that this specific part is 45-04-0025 listed in the Milwaukee Tool parts price list as "SCREW ADJUSTMENT" whereas 45-04-0026, shown in the Parts List is listed as "DETENT MOUNT ADJUSTMENT SCREW"(These are not the same parts) Part 44-60-0026 (the one i received twice is listed as "CHOP STOP PIVOT PIN" Neither of these are detailed in the owners manual and you have to pull the Service Parts List PDF from Milwaukee's website because home depot has the wrong item listed as the owners manual on their site. In case anyone runs across this same problem when making a blade adjustment, i thought i would post this up here. otherwise it a great saw with great cutting finishes, the battery outlasts the jobs i use it for, cleanup and storage is a breeze with my new French Cleat system i used it on. i can actually hang it up by the Kickstand, or the black loop hook in the back and it wont fall off the wall. ***NOTE FOR MILWAUKEE: 1. You need to update your Operators manual to indicate the correct type and size wrench for this adjustment screw. (Page 11, bullet point 6.) 2. Service Parts List PDF to show the correct part number listed for this item (45-04-0025) 3. Either include with the saw or make available for purchase, Part #61-10-0415 and 61-10-0410 so that the tool can be properly calibrated and adjusted per your instructions in the Operators Manual.
by MattA
3 people found this helpful
No for finished carpenters
Bought this saw for my lighter finished carpentry work. After a few days of use, while making a compound cut (beveled and uncommon degree miter) the saw slid a few degrees over. Hoping it was just an adjustment issue, I tightened the miter locking mechanism to where it required significant force to lock in a miter but that didn’t help. I was only cuting 3/4 material and was taking it slow. I’m a dewalt guy but was really giving this saw a chance and trying to justify the purchase already having purchased a spare battery for it. Unfortunately this saw just wasn’t worth it for me as a professional finished carpenter so I returned it. Also the sliding mechanism sounds and feels very cheap and flimsy on this saw. But if all you need is to make straight 90 or 45 degree cuts and don’t mind the feel of the sliding mechanism, go for it. If you’re open to other brands, there are plenty better options out there in my opinion. I always took Milwaukee for a good quality manufacturer but they need to step there game up with this one.
by Vitaliy
Response from Milwaukee ToolSep 9, 2020
Hello, this is Elise with Milwaukee Tool. Vitaliy, thank you for your review. We would like the opportunity to investigate your feedback further on your saw. We value hearing your input on why this product didn’t meet your expectations and how we can improve in the future. Please feel free to contact us directly at socialmedia@milwaukeetool.com so we can get this matter resolved as soon as possible for you. Thank You
2 people found this helpful
I can't believe this!
I absolutely love Milwaukee ! Everyone calls me red man. But I have to say I'm embarrassed to own this. All my cuts in my 4in base are off. I used it at first for framing which its fine for but for finish carpentry it is not. Now I'm past return window . Cable system for bevel is horrible.
by Odatscoo716
Response from Milwaukee ToolAug 31, 2020
Hello, this is Elise with Milwaukee Tool. Odatscoo716, thank you for your review. We would like the opportunity to investigate your feedback further on your saw. We value hearing your input on why this product didn’t meet your expectations and how we can improve in the future. Please feel free to contact us directly at socialmedia@milwaukeetool.com so we can get this matter resolved as soon as possible for you. Thank You
5 people found this helpful
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
The saw Performs just like it should and it needed no tweaking out of the box it was perfectly sq...
The saw Performs just like it should and it needed no tweaking out of the box it was perfectly square set up just right. The line that identifies the cut line Stands out the Most of the features and was dead on I’ve had the saw about 45 days and it meets my expectations thanks for a great product for me a experienced woodworker. Steve
by Steve
1 person found this helpful
Worked great on milwaukee blower, can do the yard two or three times on one charge.
Worked great on milwaukee blower, can do the yard two or three times on one charge.
by adam
1 person found this helpful
Good battery for bigger tools
Good battery for bigger tools
by Dr
1 person found this helpful
Cannot say enough about great this product is. Milwaukee not only stands by their product but the...
Cannot say enough about great this product is. Milwaukee not only stands by their product but they also believe in it. Ive got a small army of Milwaukee Tools, both 18v and regular hand tools from drywall saws to tape measures. I can say that they are worth the extra money. These batteries last forever, Ive got 3 now because how awesome they are. They cost a lot, sure but I get literally twice if not three time the life. They may weigh a pound extra but Id rather pick up the pound and get 4 more hours.
by Sean
7 people found this helpful
Can't go wrong with the M18 system. This XC8.0 HO works great for high demand tools at 2.4lbs we...
Can't go wrong with the M18 system. This XC8.0 HO works great for high demand tools at 2.4lbs weight. I'll tell you right away that I'm a huge fan of the M18 system. I have been very happy with the system for a variety of tools I have. This is my first very large battery, and high output type. I plan to use it with future high demand tools (maybe a leaf blower), but for now it serves well for my existing tools, although it is a bit heavier. My go-to battery is the XC5.0, which is light enough and has enough juice for drivers, drills and hand saws. The XC8.0 fits them just fine, but adds a bit of weight. The attached photo shows the difference in size between a CP2.0, XC5.0 and this XC8.0 if you want a reference. Here are also some measured weights of the batteries: - XC8.0: 2.4 lb (this product) - XC5.0: 1.6 lb - CP2.0: 1.0 lb I was using the XC8.0 on my little hand vac and after 20 minutes, it didn't lose an LED of charge, although it did accept more charge. Compare that to the CP2.0 which is almost exhausted. The trade off is simple: weight. This fits the bill for larger stationary tools, two hand tools or power hungry tools like a blower. In my case, it is my back up for now. If I lose power on any other battery, this will fill in while the other recharges. Speaking of recharging, I am using the standard charger. Works fine, but takes quite a few hours for a full charge. Not a problem if you have backup. Mad in Korea and China
by wxray
9 people found this helpful
This review is for the M18 8.0 a/h battery, model # 48-11-1880. The 1880 is one of Milwaukee's n...
This review is for the M18 8.0 a/h battery, model # 48-11-1880. The 1880 is one of Milwaukee's new "High Output" series of lithium batteries. Compared to the standard XC series they're supposed to give 50% more power and run cooler. There's a 'fuel gauge' that shows the amount of charge (see photo below). The battery came with a minimal charge, so plan on charging it before use. No charger is included in this package, just a single battery. One of the hallmarks of the M18 battery line is that there's no performance degradation as the battery runs low on power - it simple reaches the end of its charge and shuts off. Checking the fuel gauge occasionally can keep you apprised of the amount of work time left before a battery swap will be required. When the last light lit is flashing, you're down to less than 10% remaining power. I have an M18 6.0 a/h "High Output" battery as well as this new model 1880. In a side by side weight comparison the 6.0 a/h unit is 2 pounds, 6.5 ounces while the new 8.0 a/h unit comes in at 2 pounds, 6.4 ounces (as measured on my wife's kitchen food scale; YMMV). More power packed into the same sized package. (See the photo below). I'm a homeowner / DIY'er, not a professional, so I can't give a detailed account of how the new 8.0 a/h battery would work in a full day of drilling holes through rafters or some such. It’s difficult to review batteries without performing a full set of benchmark tests, under precise conditions – which, as a DIY’er, I’m not set up to do. I can say that on an M18 angle grinder (model 2980-20) it performs wonderfully. Milwaukee’s new line of ‘high output’ batteries really is a step forward in battery design, I think, rather than just an advertising claim. There’s a 3-year warranty on the battery and, of course, Home Depot offers a 90-day return policy. HTH Regards, Jim
by WarrenJim
4 people found this helpful
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