This is my review of the Delta Cruzer 26-2251 12 inch Sliding Miter Saw Review. I have had this Delta sliding compound miter saw for about four months now and have built dozens of projects with it using both hardwood and softwood.
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*Videos To Watch Next*
Delta Cruzer Unboxing Video: https://youtu.be/zrA7lIBOM-w
FastCap Zero Clearance Tape Video: https://youtu.be/Dd4U4WmVQs4?t=211
DIY Montreal Miter Saw Dust Collection Hood Video: https://youtu.be/Fhwxqn532tg
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0:44 Cruzer Sliding Feature
1:18 How Stable Is the Delta Cruzer
2:10 Moving The Miter on the Delta Cruzer
3:04 Delta Cruzer Size
3:45 Delta Cruzer Space Saving Saw
4:05 Delta Cruzer Shadow Line Feature
4:47 Positive Stops on Bevels
6:09 Depth Stop On Delta Cruzer
6:36 Delta Cruzer power
7:12 Delta Cruzer Slide Lock
7:34 Power and Light Switches
8:55 Delta Cruzer Cut Capacity
9:35 Delta Cruzer Accuracy
10:15 Delta Cruzer Dust Collection
13:15 Soft Start Miter Saw
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