• BLACK+DECKER Matrix Attachment, Trim Saw (BDCMTTS)
  • BLACK+DECKER Matrix Attachment, Trim Saw (BDCMTTS)
  • BLACK+DECKER Matrix Attachment, Trim Saw (BDCMTTS)
BLACK+DECKER Matrix Attachment, Trim Saw (BDCMTTS)
BLACK+DECKER Matrix Attachment, Trim Saw (BDCMTTS)
BLACK+DECKER Matrix Attachment, Trim Saw (BDCMTTS)

BLACK+DECKER Matrix Attachment, Trim Saw (BDCMTTS)

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  • For use with BLACK+DECKER BDEDMT and BDCDMT112
  • Powerful Performance for use on plywood, paneling and fence boards
  • Lightweight, compact design for comfort and control
  • Included Components: (1) 3-3/8" Carbide Blade - 24T
  • For use with BLACK+DECKER BDEDMT and BDCDMT112
  • Powerful Performance for use on plywood, paneling and fence boards
  • Lightweight, compact design for comfort and control
  • RPM (12v Max = 0-2600, 20v Max = 0-3400 and AC 4A = 0-2800)

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i love it but.... I really love this tool. Perfect for a first time power tooler like myself. I have few attachments for it. Perfect for my small hands. However other reviews state that it cuts 1" finished wood. I bought 1x4x8 (making a workbench) which I measured at 3/4" and I still have to make 2 cuts, cutting through one side than flipping the board to cut the other side to make 1 complete cut. If you have the time and patience and don't mind this tedious setback great. Otherwise I would've given it 5 stars. I'm considering buying a separate circular saw large enough to at least cut a standard 2x4. 3but OMG- one of the best tools I've bought When I bought it, I was completely new to home remodel, but OMG- one of the best tools I've bought. Outside of my drill, this it the power tool I've used the most and it's always been reliable. I've used it to cut all sorts of boards for subflooring, building a barn door, cutting studs, and even trimming trees! Great little tool that does a lot more than you'd think! 5Craftsman and Black and Decker attachments are the same... Seems the wheel invention this is the best invention ever, just one tool fix everything, I have 4 attachments already, they are very handy, quick observation, craftman bolt on and Black and Decker matrix attachments are basically the same thing, with the difference that Black and Decker are sold cheaper at Walmart. 5I love it you won't believe the power and precision this little skill saw has!!!!! I love it. I also bought the little jigsaw attachment, reciprocating saw attachment , the 20 volt matrix cordless and also corded drill. almost five foot two 81 year old woman who is learning to do carpentry.here's a photo of my latest carpentry endeavor. 5Handy little saw This attachment is no replacement for a full size circular saw but it is definitely handy. It made trimming 12mm laminate flooring a breeze! With this tool i was able finish installing laminate flooring in my dining room in just a couple of hours all by myself. Even made the daunting task of cutting laminate pieces to fit the weird angle at which my dining room floor meets the tile floor in the kitchen totally quick and painless. Super easy to use, lightweight and CONVENIENT. I have grown to love the Black & Decker Matrix tool system. I have a Matrix cordless drill and a Craftsman Bolt-On power drill and I use the same attachments for both tools. They re great and I highly recommend them. Perfect for DIYers. 5Surprising in its small size, tough to figure how to fit blade, a perfect tool Surprised because of holiday mail that order arrived so soon. Shipping box way too large for item. Opened and observed Black & Decker Matrix Trim Saw Attachment in fitted clear plastic triangle case floating loose with single sheet of bubblepak hardly protecting it. Surprised no obvious damage at first glance, and surprised this modular saw looked so small, with a light weight and beautiful in a matt black hard polycarbonate body. Package included warranty, instruction booklet and 3-3/8 inch saw blade. Several pages of warnings led to a quarter page instruction how to attach blade, accompanied by two confusing illustrations. So vague as nearly useless, and lacking in detail. Took me quite a while to figure out how. I admit changing a saw blade only once before on a standard saw. However, no way I would ever figure out the how to from manufacturer's manual with so few sentences and two confusing line illustrations. To help another novice, I made photos and created a slideshow (may go too fast) - play this video full screen to see comments, including two-finger operation, and note that package says "cuts up to 1 inch lumber." You may want to hit Pause.Pull out wrench pressed into body, then on other side insert long end of wrench into center hole that fits to remove a greasy black steel bolt, about 3/4 inch long. Do this over a table since another part will drop off. You will quickly figure out which way to turn bolt. Seems it turns opposite to how I think. A thick disk falls off, size and thickness of four quarters.Remove wrapper from saw blade and place blade over bolt hole, with brand name facing out. Put back the disk and screw, turning tight. Attach saw to matrix handle, after removing any other drill head or module. Do this by depressing and holding down large white button on top of power handle while pushing in saw mount. When top button released, trim saw will lock into place.To use saw, press unlock button on power handle to get power from battery. Holding handle, raise and hold white long rectangle button on saw case while gently squeezing start button on handle. Tighter you squeeze, faster blade spins.I may update this unboxing review after using this exquisite little saw for a while. So far I feel excited and happy with this modular tool.UPDATE: 9:23 AM 12/24/2013My initial reaction came off negative due to inability to figure out how to attach blade. Manual had six pages of warnings, making me fear using saw without a carpenter buddy present. Then on page 7, regarding assembly, less than a few sentences and a confusing drawing. I will add photo at top.After a half hour I managed to get it done. Later, it dawned on me how simple and intuitive putting it together when I patiently examined the saw device in my hands. Company had so well designed this piece of machinery to really explain itself.A hex key or allen wrench stuck in side will obviously unscrew a bolt, and turning saw you could see only one accessible blade bolt. When I unscrewed it the rest of setup became clear. A thick washer disk fell away and this made space to insert saw blade. Saw blade will only mount in this one way after bolt removed and washer comes out. Washer a thick disk about size of 4 quarters. Blade slides in, washer goes back, bolt screws back. Even though bolt resisted my attempt to replace as I normally turn a screw - clockwise - it turned the only way it should turn - counterclockwise - to secure blade against risk of hazardous un-mounting during operation by spinning clockwise. I noticed that blade has curved arrows engraved around center hole clearly telling way it spins: clockwise.This tool has such meticulous design that no written instruction needed. Housing cover and upper guard and wide shoe make it comfortable to handle. Large white lock-off button prevents an accidental cut. My video remark that Manual useless still stands because I prefer to have guided written steps for any appliance. In spite of that lack, I applaud Black and Decker for making this perfect tool - compact, light in weight, super safe design, and modular.[Video production detail: AVS Video Editor 5.2 set at "High Def Youtube" to produce fast video that plays well here on Amazon with result about 3 mins, size 20,000 kb. Photos cropped and edited with text comments using freeware Photoscape.] 4So close to great I bought the matrix and just about the whole bag of tricks about six months ago. So far so good. Such a handy bag to have and the quality on all is good for the price. I was most looking forward to the trim saw. At first it worked great. Very versatile and useful little saw. The blade suddenly started seizing. It turns out that the nut that holds the blade on comes loose. So when its working it works great but be prepared to stop and tighten the blade fairly often. 4Not accurately described Like most of the bad reviews say this tool does not cut anything close to an inch thick. I've used it mostly on wood ranging in thickness of a 1/8 inch to an inch and anything 1/2 an inch or thicker it has a very hard time. Battery dies fast on anything 1/2 inch or higher and it binds constantly. It's fun for very small projects around the house but this saw makes small jobs into very tedious tasks. 2Black n Decker Matrix Magic!! I own the entire Black n Decker Matrix drill combination system. This little saw blade attack mentioned works great. It is easy to attach to the drill and the blades install easily. There is a safety function to prevent accidental blade movement as you attach it, which I appreciate. Mainly because I love all of my fingers.As far as the job it can do...it is mainly for small wood cutting tasks. Anything 1/2 inch or better. I am very satisfied with its performance and craftsmanship. 5Bolt On When Craftsman "Bolt-On" components disappeared from the shelves of my local Sears, I felt terrible that I did not buy the Trim Saw since the drill, jig saw, and air pump I have get frequent use (that pump for instance helps me keep the tires of my gravel cruncher well inflated). Then when I heard "Bolt-On" was an alternative branding of the Black + Decker Matrix, well "Heavenly Days". Your Mileage May Vary and I suggest checking out some of the U-Tube reviews which compare B+D to Craftsman. Especially as there may be differences with the Power Supplies that could make interchanging chargers and or power packs problematic. Be that as it may, the Matrix Trim Saw attachment easily "snaps on" to my Craftsman Power Unit. 5
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i love it but.... I really love this tool. Perfect for a first time power tooler like myself. I have few attachments for it. Perfect for my small hands. However other reviews state that it cuts 1" finished wood. I bought 1x4x8 (making a workbench) which I measured at 3/4" and I still have to make 2 cuts, cutting through one side than flipping the board to cut the other side to make 1 complete cut. If you have the time and patience and don't mind this tedious setback great. Otherwise I would've given it 5 stars. I'm considering buying a separate circular saw large enough to at least cut a standard 2x4. 3but OMG- one of the best tools I've bought When I bought it, I was completely new to home remodel, but OMG- one of the best tools I've bought. Outside of my drill, this it the power tool I've used the most and it's always been reliable. I've used it to cut all sorts of boards for subflooring, building a barn door, cutting studs, and even trimming trees! Great little tool that does a lot more than you'd think! 5Craftsman and Black and Decker attachments are the same... Seems the wheel invention this is the best invention ever, just one tool fix everything, I have 4 attachments already, they are very handy, quick observation, craftman bolt on and Black and Decker matrix attachments are basically the same thing, with the difference that Black and Decker are sold cheaper at Walmart. 5I love it you won't believe the power and precision this little skill saw has!!!!! I love it. I also bought the little jigsaw attachment, reciprocating saw attachment , the 20 volt matrix cordless and also corded drill. almost five foot two 81 year old woman who is learning to do carpentry.here's a photo of my latest carpentry endeavor. 5Handy little saw This attachment is no replacement for a full size circular saw but it is definitely handy. It made trimming 12mm laminate flooring a breeze! With this tool i was able finish installing laminate flooring in my dining room in just a couple of hours all by myself. Even made the daunting task of cutting laminate pieces to fit the weird angle at which my dining room floor meets the tile floor in the kitchen totally quick and painless. Super easy to use, lightweight and CONVENIENT. I have grown to love the Black & Decker Matrix tool system. I have a Matrix cordless drill and a Craftsman Bolt-On power drill and I use the same attachments for both tools. They re great and I highly recommend them. Perfect for DIYers. 5Surprising in its small size, tough to figure how to fit blade, a perfect tool Surprised because of holiday mail that order arrived so soon. Shipping box way too large for item. Opened and observed Black & Decker Matrix Trim Saw Attachment in fitted clear plastic triangle case floating loose with single sheet of bubblepak hardly protecting it. Surprised no obvious damage at first glance, and surprised this modular saw looked so small, with a light weight and beautiful in a matt black hard polycarbonate body. Package included warranty, instruction booklet and 3-3/8 inch saw blade. Several pages of warnings led to a quarter page instruction how to attach blade, accompanied by two confusing illustrations. So vague as nearly useless, and lacking in detail. Took me quite a while to figure out how. I admit changing a saw blade only once before on a standard saw. However, no way I would ever figure out the how to from manufacturer's manual with so few sentences and two confusing line illustrations. To help another novice, I made photos and created a slideshow (may go too fast) - play this video full screen to see comments, including two-finger operation, and note that package says "cuts up to 1 inch lumber." You may want to hit Pause.Pull out wrench pressed into body, then on other side insert long end of wrench into center hole that fits to remove a greasy black steel bolt, about 3/4 inch long. Do this over a table since another part will drop off. You will quickly figure out which way to turn bolt. Seems it turns opposite to how I think. A thick disk falls off, size and thickness of four quarters.Remove wrapper from saw blade and place blade over bolt hole, with brand name facing out. Put back the disk and screw, turning tight. Attach saw to matrix handle, after removing any other drill head or module. Do this by depressing and holding down large white button on top of power handle while pushing in saw mount. When top button released, trim saw will lock into place.To use saw, press unlock button on power handle to get power from battery. Holding handle, raise and hold white long rectangle button on saw case while gently squeezing start button on handle. Tighter you squeeze, faster blade spins.I may update this unboxing review after using this exquisite little saw for a while. So far I feel excited and happy with this modular tool.UPDATE: 9:23 AM 12/24/2013My initial reaction came off negative due to inability to figure out how to attach blade. Manual had six pages of warnings, making me fear using saw without a carpenter buddy present. Then on page 7, regarding assembly, less than a few sentences and a confusing drawing. I will add photo at top.After a half hour I managed to get it done. Later, it dawned on me how simple and intuitive putting it together when I patiently examined the saw device in my hands. Company had so well designed this piece of machinery to really explain itself.A hex key or allen wrench stuck in side will obviously unscrew a bolt, and turning saw you could see only one accessible blade bolt. When I unscrewed it the rest of setup became clear. A thick washer disk fell away and this made space to insert saw blade. Saw blade will only mount in this one way after bolt removed and washer comes out. Washer a thick disk about size of 4 quarters. Blade slides in, washer goes back, bolt screws back. Even though bolt resisted my attempt to replace as I normally turn a screw - clockwise - it turned the only way it should turn - counterclockwise - to secure blade against risk of hazardous un-mounting during operation by spinning clockwise. I noticed that blade has curved arrows engraved around center hole clearly telling way it spins: clockwise.This tool has such meticulous design that no written instruction needed. Housing cover and upper guard and wide shoe make it comfortable to handle. Large white lock-off button prevents an accidental cut. My video remark that Manual useless still stands because I prefer to have guided written steps for any appliance. In spite of that lack, I applaud Black and Decker for making this perfect tool - compact, light in weight, super safe design, and modular.[Video production detail: AVS Video Editor 5.2 set at "High Def Youtube" to produce fast video that plays well here on Amazon with result about 3 mins, size 20,000 kb. Photos cropped and edited with text comments using freeware Photoscape.] 4So close to great I bought the matrix and just about the whole bag of tricks about six months ago. So far so good. Such a handy bag to have and the quality on all is good for the price. I was most looking forward to the trim saw. At first it worked great. Very versatile and useful little saw. The blade suddenly started seizing. It turns out that the nut that holds the blade on comes loose. So when its working it works great but be prepared to stop and tighten the blade fairly often. 4Not accurately described Like most of the bad reviews say this tool does not cut anything close to an inch thick. I've used it mostly on wood ranging in thickness of a 1/8 inch to an inch and anything 1/2 an inch or thicker it has a very hard time. Battery dies fast on anything 1/2 inch or higher and it binds constantly. It's fun for very small projects around the house but this saw makes small jobs into very tedious tasks. 2Black n Decker Matrix Magic!! I own the entire Black n Decker Matrix drill combination system. This little saw blade attack mentioned works great. It is easy to attach to the drill and the blades install easily. There is a safety function to prevent accidental blade movement as you attach it, which I appreciate. Mainly because I love all of my fingers.As far as the job it can do...it is mainly for small wood cutting tasks. Anything 1/2 inch or better. I am very satisfied with its performance and craftsmanship. 5Bolt On When Craftsman "Bolt-On" components disappeared from the shelves of my local Sears, I felt terrible that I did not buy the Trim Saw since the drill, jig saw, and air pump I have get frequent use (that pump for instance helps me keep the tires of my gravel cruncher well inflated). Then when I heard "Bolt-On" was an alternative branding of the Black + Decker Matrix, well "Heavenly Days". Your Mileage May Vary and I suggest checking out some of the U-Tube reviews which compare B+D to Craftsman. Especially as there may be differences with the Power Supplies that could make interchanging chargers and or power packs problematic. Be that as it may, the Matrix Trim Saw attachment easily "snaps on" to my Craftsman Power Unit. 5
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