Bosch PCM 7 Mitre Saw for making picture frames
At the recent DIY Divas Picture Frames workshop we got to use the Bosch PCM 7 Mitre Saw for the first time. Making picture frames is easy if you have a mitre saw: it cuts perfect 45-degree angles for perfect corners. Even a beginner DIY enthusiasts will quickly be able to use this handy power tool.
The Bosch PCM 7 Mitre Saw retails at R3000.00, which is affordable when you think of the time- and labour-saving benefits as opposed to using a mitre box for cutting angles and bevels.
This tool is definitely an investment buy for your workshop and you can quite easily justify the cost by taking orders for picture frames until you recoup the cost, and then continue to make picture frames... for profit.
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Not only does the Bosch PCM 7 Mitre Saw cut straight and angles up to 45-degrees, it also cuts compound mitres or bevels, which is ideal for anyone fitting cornice, crown moulding or skirtings to their home.
Even those using the Bosch PCM 7 Mitre Saw for the first time will be impressed with how easy it is to use. This model features and Adjustable laser beam that allows you to see the cutting line or angle for precise cuts.
The guys attending the picture frame workshop were so impressed with how easy it was to make picture frame, quite a few said that family and friends would definitely be receiving picture frames as gifts this year!