Ever think about what a really powerful dual-bevel sliding compound miter saw looks like? Well, you have to check out the Bosch 4410L. This saw packs an insane level of power because of its 15 Amp, 3 HP motor that runs the 10-in. blade at 4,800 RPM, which makes for easy and accurate cuts. No matter what kind of cuts you're doing, there are features on the Bosch 4410L that can handle it.
The 21-inch metal base utilizes the industry's only integrated material supports that expand 37-1/4 inches in total length, which means you can cut really large workpieces. That's not all, the 4-in. speed-track sliding fence makes for an enhanced cutting capacity when making crown molding. Even if you're making easy repetitive cuts, there is a quick electric brake that stops the blade quickly to complete the job quicker than you've ever imagined. All of these controls are located up-front, so that the Bosch 4410L is simple to use and handle. The bevel-angle controls as well as the four-position ergonomic grip handle are located up there, which means maximum comfort.
With any miter saw, you have to have accuracy to get the job done right. This Bosch model uses an innovative Microfine Miter Adjustment Knob. Mix this with the miter detent override and you have the power to simply and perfectly fine-tune your miter angle without use of the positive detent stops. To promise even more accuracy, there is an arbor-mounted laser tracking system, which means you are able to look at exactly where you're cutting before you start.
The Bosch 4410L even has an exclusive Wedge-and-Slot Miter Detent System cast into the base which ensures consistent and accurate cuts for the entire life of this saw. With this saw, you receive 11 miter detents, bevels 47 degrees to the left and 46 degrees to the right, a stopping bevel at 0, 33.9, and 45 degrees in either direction, and crown molding stopping at 31.6 degrees when your stock is laid flat. This is all combined into a saw that has a 5/8 in. arbor and weighs a solid and durable 55 pounds.
While rather expensive, I think you'll agree with me after you use the Bosch 4410L that it's worth every penny.