Saw Measuring Systems – A History of Delivering Reliability and Accuracy in Cutting
Original Saw Company expanded and redesigned its line of accessories in 2010 to include Saw Measuring Systems. Before that, Original Saw Company’s accessory line only had Roller Saw Extension Tables. It was logical to pair Saw Measuring Systems with Roller Saw Extension Tables and the newly designed Flat Saw Extension Tables.
Saw Measuring Systems quickly became an essential addition to wood shops, schools, and home centers across America.
Today, many Saw Measuring Systems are purchased to complement saws, miter saw stands, and extension tables.
Fixed Foot or Flip Foot
Original Saw Company manufactures two types of sliders for Saw Measuring Systems. They are available in a fixed foot style or a flip foot style.
Choose Fixed Foot Saw Measuring Systems for Repeated Accuracy
Fixed Foot Saw Measuring Systems consist of an extruded and machined block assembly. A laser-cut, 1/4” formed steel bracket ties into the back of the extrusion rail to keep the assembly rigid. The bracket allows the foot to slide back and forth on the extrusion rail.
Using a Fixed Foot Saw Measuring System is easy. Simply loosen the clamping handle, slide the fixed foot to the desired cut length, move the material up against the fixed foot, and cut. A fixed foot is perfect when making repeatable cuts of the same size. Customers can order the fixed foot in a longer length if smaller pieces are needed. The longer foot allows further reach into a cutting application.
Are you cutting multiple pieces at a time? Try our new Gang Stop Kit. The Gang Stop attaches to the fixed foot of the measuring system and stretches out from the aluminum extrusion. When using the Gang Stop, lay multiple wood pieces next to each other. Then cut them simultaneously at a 90-degree angle.