EdgeTech's countertop saw may not be for everyone, but if mitering countertops is something you do frequently, you have to admire the engineering and design.  

Based on feedback from existing countertop saw users in the early 1990s, Edgetech says it first introduced many new features to its standard countertop saw, including dual laser alignment, pneumatic index pin retraction, an operator safety shield, foam grip handles for pivoting the saw, a rotating router guide pin, variable speed traverse in forward and reverse and plc controlled functions to prevent unsafe conditions.

A Miter Saw With a Mission: Cutting Countertops "Now, 20 years later, we are introducing our latest model, CTSg2, which includes even more refinements – cabletrack wire and hose management, proximity switches instead of mechanical limit switches, increased visibility for the operator."


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