Get miter saw quality from your circular saw
The Crosscut Station gives you the capabilities of a miter saw with just a circular saw and Kreg® guided cutting. Crosscut boards wider than most compound miter saws can handle (up to 12" at 90°). Make a variety of angle and miter cuts from 0° to 45° with the adjustable fence and molded-in angle alignments.
An MDF base and SureCut™ backboard act as a sacrificial surface for splinter-free cutting results. The MDF base also functions as a kerf line so you can clearly see the blade's path and know exactly where your saw will cut every time.
Use material support wings for safely cutting long boards and managing offcuts. They come with detachable material support blocks, which are great for working with extra-long boards. The wings tuck back into the base in when not in use. The Crosscut Station is even compact enough to make it a portable cutting solution when you need accurate crosscuts and angle cuts on the go.
Material hold down clamps
Molded-in angle guides
Material support wings
Crosscut Station with Guide Rails
Built-in Material Hold-Down Clamps
Typical kreg plastic but hey, so far I haven’t broke anything Kreg so maybe they got it right. Don’t have a miter saw? Or need portability? Get this, it’s price can’t be beat even if you consider building your own
It's light weight and good to have when other options are not available. Very unforgiving if you make an error in setting it up. You've got one chance. Make sure your saw is set up perfectly square before cutting the kerf. Check the bevel on your saw. If it's not at 90 degrees all your future cuts will be off. Good thing is Kreg backs up their products and have great customer service.