Micro-Make™ / MicroLux® Gourd / Cross Saw

Item #: 82088
List Price $89.95
Our Price $79.95
List Price $89.95
Our Price $79.95

Gourd carvers like our Micro-Make Gourd / Cross Saw, because it easily cuts through irregular, non-flat objects. The saw's small, rounded shoe permits high maneuverability on both smooth and bumpy surfaces and keeps the cutting line visible for increased accuracy. Max. cutting thickness: 9/32". Includes Allen wrench and 10 blades for soft woods and other craft items.


Please note: The #87365 Transformer is REQUIRED for ALL Micro-Make Miniature Power Tools. The tools will not operate without it. See details below.


Specifications: weight, 9.2 oz.; length, 3-1/2 inches; speed, 1,800 to 6,900 rpm; motor, 12VDC, 1.0 amp.; max. cutting thickness, 9/32 inch.


Built by makers for makers, the Micro-Make line is a collection of new and classic MicroLux® power tools which are designed to enhance your capabilities in your craft. These amazing German-made hobby tools easily fit in the palm of your hand, but don't let their small size fool you. They're versatile, dependable and powerful enough even for the most demanding hobby projects.


Micro-Make Power Tools feature 12VDC motors which provide incredible torque and power for their size, and are ideal for variable speed operation. The heart of the system is our #87365 Digital Transformer, which not only provides POWER BOOST technology to sense load feedback from the tool and increase output when the going gets tough, it also includes separate controls for speed and torque, allowing the user to precisely dial in the optimum settings for each tool and the work at hand.

WARNING: Some dusts created by using power tools contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Use adequate protection. For more information, go to: www.p65warnings.ca.gov

Customer Reviews of This Item Average: 41GOURD / CROSS SAW

Needs More Heft for Thick Gourds

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This is an amazing little saw for tricky cuts and general gourd craft use but be sure your gourd shell isn't super thick or you'll break blades like crazy and the blades are pretty short so sometimes they won't even go down deep enough to cut through a really thick shelled gourd. And there's no easy way to get that last 1/8th inch or so cut through. But it's still the best hand jig saw out there for gourds so I try to be very slow and patient with it when the gourd is really thick. Wish there was a heavier duty version of this this saw for those of us who like to work on the really big, thick walled gourds.