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  • World's Smallest Miter Box? Now in new extra-long size!
  • Make 30, 45, and 90 degree miter cuts
  • Cuts wood, metal, and plastic
  • Cuts rods and tubes up to ¼ inch wide
  • Includes an adjustable stop to duplicate cuts easily
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    Extra Long Micro Miter Box

    Item #: 86407
    $18.95

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  • World's Smallest Miter Box? Now in new extra-long size!
  • Make 30, 45, and 90 degree miter cuts
  • Cuts wood, metal, and plastic
  • Cuts rods and tubes up to ¼ inch wide
  • Includes an adjustable stop to duplicate cuts easily
  • Our Micro Miter Box is sized exclusively for model builders working with micro-size materials. Make the finest 30, 45 and 90 degree miter cuts you've ever seen in wood, metal and plastic strips, rods and tubes up to 1/4 inch wide x any length! Excellent for cutting brass tubing . . . especially very short pieces used for mast bands and other items. Includes adjustable stop for making duplicate cuts quickly and easily. Works best with our Ultra Fine Saw Blades (#85853, sold separately). Approx. 5-5/8 inches long x 5/8 inches wide x 3/16 inch high.

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    10/17/2019 10:20 am

    Works great, needs a stronger screw of steel though.

    by TONY B. -

    I have a smaller miter box from UMM, which is great, but hard to do long pieces. This one offered by Micro Mark is great, and I can easily cut much longer strips of brass, styrene and stripwood, and not only square, but at 45° and other angles. The price is great too. The only downfall is the 3mm x .5 pitch screw. After a while, it will start to strip out from tightening up at the head end. My suggestion for this is to but some after-market 3mm screws, as I did from Amazon, of steel. Less than 4 bucks a pack of 50, you can't go wrong. Even with the added cost of screws in total, it is still a great buy.