Woodhaven 4910 miter gauge

WOOD magazine rating


Most miter gauges have two major flaws: Angles can't be set accurately and the miter bar doesn't fit snugly in the miter slot - our Deluxe Miter Gauges solve both problems, plus more! We believe it will become one of the most valuable tools in your shop.

Our head design allows you to re-square the head if necessary and its 7-1/2" width is ideal for table saws, larger band saws, shapers and more. A precision brass indexing knob inserts through the miter head and screws into the miter bar. The head pivots up to 90º for cutting tapers and other shallow angles. Bronze bushings used on the 0, 22-1/2, 30 & 45º stops. All angles are permanently engraved.

Includes two permanently engraved angle indicators- a standard pointer and a vernier scale for setting 1/10th of a degree increments up to 80º. Many accessories available to maximize your miter gauges potential.

All settings are accurate to within 1/60th of a degree. Square out of the box!
Precise stops at 0, 10, 15, 22-1/2, 30, 45, 60, and 90º
17-3/4" long x 3/8" thick x .735" wide precision machined nickel plated steel miter bar has four adjustable plugs for a perfect fit in the miter slot and two removable T-slot washers.
Large miter head (7-1/2" wide) provides ample stock support and accepts all of our miter gauge accessories
Lifetime guarantee against defects in material or workmanship. Made in the USA!

WOOD magazine review

Accurate, plus a vernier scale

Review Summary

High points: Fifteen miter detents let you easily and accurately make common-angle cuts, and for non-detent angles we found it simple to line up the pointer to the etched markings. There’s also a vernier scale for fine-tuning angles to .1°.
The threaded pin for setting detent angles stores on the miter gauge when not in use, a handy feature. Low points: Without a fence, this gauge doesn’t have the quick, reliable length-stop positioning of models with fences, but you can screw one to the head through predrilled holes. Setting an angle with this model’s vernier scale is less intuitive than with other miter gauges. When fitting the bar to the miter slot, you must lift it from the slot to adjust the horizontal nylon screws one at a time and recheck until snug.

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