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10 Inch sliding compound miter saw with laser marker C10FSH

•Unique, adjustable laser marker, for precise cutting lines easily adjustable to users preference
•12 Amp motor, intense power for the toughest cutting jobs
•57° miter angle, to the right for ultra flexibility with 45° miter angle to the left
•45° bevel angle range, to the right and left allowing users to quickly and easily flip the saw blade and leave the material in place
•Positive stops on miter and bevel scale, for easy to read measurements and quick settings
•Linear ball bearing slide system, for superior accuracy and control
•Electronic speed control, maintains RPM while cutting and improves control
•Electronic soft start feature, suppresses sound pressure and recoil during start-up for smooth operation
•Adjustable pivot fence, broadly supports work piece for improved stability while cutting
•Electric brake feature, halts the rotation of the blade within seconds preventing unintended cuts
•Patented chip deflector, fully adjustable to prevent tear-out, align cutting line or for zero clearance support
•Carbon brush access, allows user to replace brush as needed to greatly prolong the life of the tool
•Dust collector attachment, minimizes airborne particles
•Splinter guard, prevents material from splintering and increases safety
•Compatible with the UU610 Universal Work Station
•Download Sliding Compound Miter Saw Brochure
•View the miter saw Miter & Bevel Capacities Chart
•Download the C10FSH Tool Card

Includes:

•10" TCT Saw Blade
•Box Wrench
•Dust Bag
 

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Doug, I've had an Hitachi "Chop-Saw" with a 14" diameter blade for many years. It is a great machine. I also have 2- Hitachi C10FL table saws and they work (daily) without any problems. My collection includes a Scroll Saw and Cordless Drills by Hitachi, also. My brother-in-law has one of their routers - no problems over years of use. Hitachi has several manufacturing and distribution locations in the Atlanta region, but I cannot speak for them - because I'm pretty sure the tools will hold-up thru anything! OPG3
 

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My 10" Sliding Compound Miter Saw is a Makita LS1013 - perfect machine. Makita has at least two locations here in the Atlanta area, also. Great folks, I wish Hitachi or Makita would make pickup trucks, if they did; I would buy one. OPG3
 

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I have the world's ugliest saw the Hitachi 12" sliding compound miter. Bought it with Christmas money as a present to myself,Yes this saw is ugly only Papawd could love it. The saw is very accuraqte cuts better than my last 2 Dewalt's and last 2 Craftsman which I have sold all since purchasing this one .....The only drawback and it is minor is the location of the laser light switch , which I am getting used to now since it is almost 3 months old but other than that this is best saw I have owned.... But it still is ugly lookin but hey I will take functionality over pretty any day when it comes to work tools
 

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My miter saw and hitachi drill were made before Hitachi got carried away with the color scheme, but my impact driver looks like it was made at a sneaker factory.... Great little tool though.

Make sure you shut that laser off when you're not using it... I burnt up the switching power supply (110vac to 5vdc) on mine, and Hitachi wants $60 for a new one. I wired in a cell phone charger instead. Not the prettiest, but it works!
 

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Sneaker Factory?..and you picked on me about the deodorant saw. You've got some nerve there Doug <haha> have a great day! Remember to count your fingers every morning before doing woodworking - if you have the same number at the day's end, you have worked smart. Sneaker Factory? OPG3
 
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