The Gryphon Miter saw is particularly well suited for making premium
cuts in thin wall extrusions of brass, zinc, steel and copper. It has a
very fine abrasive blade which cuts cleanly and coolly resulting in a minimum of flash.
The saw is used largely in the stained glass (for cutting came and zinc
used to join separate pieces of glass) and the automotive fields (for
cutting tubing of all types including braided stainless hose). A large
adjustable table provides settings for accurate angles. The chop saw
design along with the built in clamp for the work and safety shield provide protection to the operator.