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Home Depot has this miter saw for $139 for Black Friday. Pretty good deal for DIY home projects. With free shipping.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../306939218
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If you don't have it set up permanently, isn't a 12" miter saw kind of big and heavy to set up and take down each time you use it? Looking for advice, since I keep mine on a garage shelf until I need it and then setup and put it on a miter saw stand for each use. But mine is a 10" non sliding model, which won't quite cut all the way through a 2x6. So that's why I'm looking at getting a 10" sliding model.
lf you are looking to move the saw around and only want 1 saw l think this is a great size and price. Moving 10" saws are still a pain though. 7 &1/4 sliding will cut through a 2x8.

Maximum crosscut up to 2-in x 8-in (nominal) at 90 degrees and 2-in x 6-in at 45, idea for molding and framing cuts
Lightweight (under 23 lbs) for easy transport from storage to work location
Miter cuts up to 50 degrees left and right with 9 positive stops at the most used degrees
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I have a Hitachi 10in miter saw, how's this compare? Besides the nice sliding feature.
hitachi tools are much superior built
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I can't speak to the Ryobi (but will be able to soon). However, I'm less than impressed with the build quality on my Hitachi. Several pieces of broken or bent during use and while I'm not an expert, I grew up in a construction family and am not a novice, either. I'm pretty sure I simply got a lemon, but it's at a point where I feel like my Hitachi is too dangerous to use.

In for this. Almost bought it a week ago at retail I was so fed up with the Hitachi.
I've replaced a bunch of stuff on my Hitachi as well... Even gave in n made my own gaurds... But it's to the point ive had to pull out my old reliable 25-30yr old Craftsman one to many times lately!
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I got one, not sure if I will have enough space in my garage. Do I need to buy a better blade for cutting plywood with this?
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Compared to HF cheap Chicago model, this is 10 times better. HF is trash. Even the guys at HF told me not to buy it.
Yes, I too have the HF Chicago model. It is a total POS! Cuts are crooked. The 45 degree cuts are not flushed between 2 boards cut with 45 degree angle. I was soo pissed at the quality of HF. I'm gonna sell my HF miter saw.

I bought this Ryobi, but looks like this is does not do dual bevel cuts. I might cancel my order and wait for a one that can also do double-bevel cuts.
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Was $129 last BF. Kicked myself for not grabbing one. $10 fee for analysis paralysis.
if you took that $129 and invested it into the S&P, you were better off waiting and buying at $139 Peace
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Ordered, needed a replacement for the HF junk i got a couple years ago. Thanks OP
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Looks like a great deal. Although one thing I would recommend for anyone that will and up doing moulding is to look for something with a dual bevel. It makes life a bit easier. I had a single bevel before but I now have the kobalt 12 inch dual bevel from lowes. I thinks it's for 200 if anyone is interested. That said, if you dont plan on doing moulding, this should be fine
I'm kinda new to this as I want to build stairs for my shed. Just a 2 step and would like to do moulding in the future. If I got a single bevel isn't it just one more step to turn the moulding around to get that cut? Thanks
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I got one, not sure if I will have enough space in my garage. Do I need to buy a better blade for cutting plywood with this?
you really want a track saw for cutting sheet goods like plywood, MDF, etc. Miters are more for interior trim, think base boards, crown molding, framing(2x4-2x12), Vinyl Siding, PVC Pipe, Hardwoods from lumber yards for furniture etc.

Track saws are better for anything that comes in a 4x8 ft sheet/panel.
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I got this. It was $129 a few years ago. Got it during BF sale also. Used it to do laminate flooring on my house and other work around the house. Works great for DIYer. also got the Ridgid stand for $99 . these are a great combo.

edit: also did baseboards for upstairs and downstairs.
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I'm kinda new to this as I want to build stairs for my shed. Just a 2 step and would like to do moulding in the future. If I got a single bevel isn't it just one more step to turn the moulding around to get that cut? Thanks
It can be done from either direction but having the flexibility is a big timesaver. Also how many times are you going to replace your miter saw. If its something you are going to buy 1 to 3 times in your life the extra features, bigger motor, bigger deck of other saws will be a huge help over the years. I'm all for going cheap and dual bevel is one of those items that could be frivolous for some DIY'ers. Just my 2 cents.
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i bought this one last Labor day sale for $130. it is a basic saw like all ryobi tools are.

cuts are fine, doesn't have bells and whistles. it is very light for its class thus good for moving around, but then it has to be attached to your table else it could move during the cut. that was the deal breaker for me as i dont have a workbench.

i returned it and got a hitachi refurb for about the same price. much better built and functionality.

https://bigskytool.com/metabo-hpt...wed-a.html
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I'm kinda new to this as I want to build stairs for my shed. Just a 2 step and would like to do moulding in the future. If I got a single bevel isn't it just one more step to turn the moulding around to get that cut? Thanks
i would not use a sliding saw to cut moulding. they are not as accurate.

cutting moulding is somewhat confusing because we cut them upside down, thus if you minimize the number of operations, it is a big win
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Some might have 20% samsung pay at HD to make this better.
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Does this saw also do bevel cuts? I cant see anything about it on product page
I watched Ryobi video on the Home Depot site, and they do talk about this. Also, I saw this on the description "Miter stops located at the most common crown molding angles 0°, 15°, 22.5°, 31.6°, and 45° left and right for quick cut settings". This is all new to me - so, I think this what you were asking about (and what I too was interested in.)
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