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Our research indicates that this Ryobi ZRTS1345L 14-Amp 10" Compound Miter Saw is $59.01 lower (44% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting at $135 (New, non-refurbished saw) at the time of this posting. -oceanlake

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There is only one good reason to get a slider and that is because a non-slider doesn't have enough capacity for the boards that you want to cut.

But that comes at a cost of not only more money, but more weight, a bigger footprint, and more moving parts which results in less accuracy.
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Nah. I prefer a cheapie 10" miter saw....and spend the extra money on a nicer table saw. If I need to cross cut larger pieces, it's much more accurate to build a cross cutting jig for the table saw.
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I'd just use a grinder
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Bought mine new for $130. Haven't used it a ton but decent saw for the money so far.
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Can you put a metal blade on here to cut through small metal pieces like bolts or rebar?

nothing major just little things
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Don't need one, but that's a great price.
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Can you put a metal blade on here to cut through small metal pieces like bolts or rebar?

nothing major just little things

Not advisable. The shavings can damage the base.
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Anyone know what kind of warranty this refurb has?
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Can you put a metal blade on here to cut through small metal pieces like bolts or rebar?

nothing major just little things
I'd just use a grinder
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Can you put a metal blade on here to cut through small metal pieces like bolts or rebar?

nothing major just little things
Like the previous commenter said it will definitely damage the base. I have an older blue Ryobi with a cutting disc and the slag has melted parts of it.

Get a cheap/used bandsaw and a metal blade.
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Not sliding, no thanks. If you're getting a mitre saw, just spend a few bucks more for sliding, almost a necessity.
As someone new to this whole wood working stuff, any reason why and any recommendations?
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Not sliding, no thanks. If you're getting a mitre saw, just spend a few bucks more for sliding, almost a necessity.
Nah. I prefer a cheapie 10" miter saw....and spend the extra money on a nicer table saw. If I need to cross cut larger pieces, it's much more accurate to build a cross cutting jig for the table saw.
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Nah. I prefer a cheapie 10" miter saw....and spend the extra money on a nicer table saw. If I need to cross cut larger pieces, it's much more accurate to build a cross cutting jig for the table saw.

i would use the slider to cut wider widths than my current miter saw can handle. PITA to flip it over and try to line up second cut since my saw doesn't have a laser.
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As someone new to this whole wood working stuff, any reason why and any recommendations?
A sliding miter saw increases the possible with of a board. The max width on my sliding miter is 12 inches. It's much less for a non sliding saw. I know many people will say that you use a table saw for wider cuts because it's more accurate, but I just can't justify the extra space required. I'm at best an intermediate when it comes to my wood working, so I can get buy with just a sliding miter saw. As for recommendations I'll leave it to the experts.
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