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Model #20-600D

Store SKU #121465

14.5 in. Deluxe Clamping Miter Box with 14 in. Saw

  • Ideal for baseboard and trim corner cuts
  • Molded-in storage bins to hold cam pins and pencil
  • Measured slots on box to easily cut 90, 45, and 22.5 degrees
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Use the Stanley Deluxe Miter Box with Saw to make professional-caliber miter cuts without investing in a bulky power tool. Measured slots on the miter box allow you to make 90°, 45° and 22.5° cuts while a bridge on top of the bandsaw prevents it from digging into the cutting platform. Secure your workpiece by twisting and locking the cam-shaped pins into the honeycomb base.
  • Honeycomb base and 2 cam-shaped pins help secure workpiece for accurate cuts
  • Built-in saw stop helps prevent cutting into the miter box
  • Molded lip on the base edge enables easy use without mounting
  • Built-in storage slots safeguard cam pins and pencil
  • Durable construction
  • 2-mounting holes in base
  • Easy to use



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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
18.5
Product Length (in.)
14.5
Product Width (in.)
7

Details

Features
Saw Included
Hand Tool Type
Miter Box
Individual/Set
Individual
Number of Pieces
2
Product Weight (lb.)
2.45
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
N/A

Questions & Answers

35Questions36Answers

Up to what width baseboard trim can fit inside this miter box?

Asked by Coby November 28, 2020
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use a tape measure and measure the space inside the box

Will this handle 5.250 height base board?

Asked by Brewdog November 24, 2020
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no

can i use a miter box to cut 4 in. x 4 in. x 8 ft. Prime #2 and Better Douglas Fir Lumber i need ...

Asked by wolf October 6, 2020
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No. the box is almost 5" deep but only 3" wide.

If the bed is only 4-1/2 inches wide, why does the specifications list it as 7 inches. This is ve...

Asked by Tom September 14, 2020
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The overall width of the miter box is 7 in. The inside with is 5 inches. in. The walls are 1in thick each.

Can this cut 5 1/4” base molding?

Asked by Twinb1953 September 12, 2020
1
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Yes. This is a very versatile miter box.

Can it cut 6” baseboard

Asked by Ta September 7, 2020
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If the baseboard is not wider than the box it will definitely cut it.

I'M WANTING TO SQUARE CUT A SOLID VINYL TRIM BOARD MEASURING 5 7/8 INCHES WIDE X 1/4" THINK. WILL...

Asked by RCJ July 17, 2020
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No. The max width that fits is 4.5". But if you need to secure your piece it should be 1-1.5 in narrower. You can sandwich clamp your piece between some other straight boards and make your cut using them as a guide.

Will this work on a trim board which is "Primed Finger-Joint (Common: 1 in. x 2 in. x 8 ft.; Actu...

Asked by firefly June 18, 2020
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Yes.

Can you cut a 5 degree angle to make stool legs with this miter box?

Asked by Lexi April 1, 2020
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No.

Why is it only rated 4 stars and not 5 ?

Asked by Bob March 22, 2020
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Had some difficulty with larger size wallborder

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I bought this last weekend to help with tight and narrow working spaces. Thought it would honestly suck, I was wrong and completely happy with the price and the handling of this. Cutting wood by hand was extremely easy. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
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great tool
I am a Beginner in woodwork and this miter box worked like a charm i had to cut a few pices of wood for a small weekend project and the saw it came with cut so clean and the the claps it came with held the wood in place so in my opinion this is a great tool
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I bought an old house and had a contractor install brand new hardwood floors. They wanted about $3,000 to re-do the 3/4 round trim in the whole house. I nixed that from the budget and did it myself. I did the 1st floor with my miter saw and it was a pain. I measured everything, went to the garage to make my cuts, and brought the trim back in to install. This resulted in some perfect cuts and some bad cuts. It's really hard to measure long sections of 3/4 round trim by yourself because of how floppy it can be. When I did the 2nd floor (about 1400 sq feet) I decided I'd just get a hand saw and miter box so I wasn't throwing sawdust all over the fully furnished bedrooms and I could cut right where I was installing. This also meant I didn't have to measure anything, I'd just hold a piece of trim up to where it needed to be and mark it with my knife and cut it on site. I literally just finished the whole upstairs, I haven't even cleaned up the sawdust yet. The reason I'm writing this review is because I was hesitant to buy this cheapo miter box because there are some bad reviews on it. The miter box and saw worked perfectly. The angles were spot on and everything fit together better than the job I did on the 1st floor with my 10" miter saw. I just left small piles of sawdust all over the perimeters of the bedrooms where I made my cuts. Easy vacuum cleanup. I ended up paying about $250 in materials. This $15 box helped me save over $2700. One particular reviewer mentioned the angles were off and they would only get worse because they chewed up the miter box with a saw. This person clearly did not know what they were doing. The pegs work great, but if you wrench them down the miter wall will flex and change angle - don't do that. After cutting about 300 linear feet of 3/4 round my angles are still correct and the miter box is not chewed up anywhere that would change that. I imagine the person who chewed up the edges of the slots was probably struggling to push the saw through, forcing and jerking it a lot. First, only cut on the far side of the box. Second loosen your grip on the handle if you're struggling to push it. Let the saw give a little upward. This thing works great provided you've got the right technique. Pictured is the very last 45 degree corner cut I made.
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not bad
Its not bad for the money. Kind of flemsy if not bolted down.
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The box itself is acceptable, but the teeth on the saw are far too coarse for detail work, especi...
The box itself is acceptable, but the teeth on the saw are far too coarse for detail work, especially on softer woods. It makes for difficult starts, and poor finishes on the cut pieces.
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Easy to use. I was able to make a picture frame with molding using this product. Definitely recom...
Easy to use. I was able to make a picture frame with molding using this product. Definitely recommend to anyone.
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Love it! Ised it for the first time and it worked great!I used it to cut cedar planks to line my ...
Love it! Ised it for the first time and it worked great!I used it to cut cedar planks to line my closet. Held the wood in place and precise with the pegs that came with the box. So excited I was able to complete this project myself ! Couldn’t be happier.
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As I have been replacing my power tools, I grabbed this for a quick job of finishing a couple fra...
As I have been replacing my power tools, I grabbed this for a quick job of finishing a couple frames for cabinets I had. Remember to bolt it down before you start making cuts and you won't be disappointed with this tool. The picture I attached shows the frame at the bottom of the cabinets for which I used this tool for.
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Wouldn't be able to do my project without this box. I needed to cut 2 aluminum u-channels for a f...
Wouldn't be able to do my project without this box. I needed to cut 2 aluminum u-channels for a frame of a new screen door at 45 angle and also shorten the aluminum frame (cut 2 side pieces at 45 angle). It was somewhat slow process because I had to use my hack saw with blade for metal which was 18 long. So the wing nuts didn't allow me to move saw back and forth much and they also constantly hit the box and caused some damage to the plastic. The pins worked very well and once tightened the piece didn't move at all even though some were up to 8' long. The cut was more or less clean but I had to file off the rough edges. In all door fits and slides perfectly, pieces cut to proper size. I also used this box to cut a piece of 2x4 with the saw provided, which was a much faster experience.
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Great for small baseboard project!
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I did not want to make a hasty decision on a power miter saw for a small baseboard project in the kitchen. So, I chose the Stanley Miter Box with a saw and 2 pegs for two reasons: (1) I had to learn how to cut angles, and (2) I was only going to cut about 20 ft. of baseboard for this project. I recommend others learn the basics too before jumping into "pro" projects. Glad that I did buy a wee extra bit of board so I could learn what to expect when I cut 45 degree angles for inside and outside corners. I took pictures for my own sake, but decided to share with all of you. As a 64 y.o. woman with arthritis I saw slowly, however, the end result was a smooth cut that fit well enough. I learned that even a good fit does not mean your wall is straight (caulking will resolve that small problem). LOL
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