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Woot : Delta ShopMaster 10" Compound Sliding Miter Saw with Universal Folding Stand, $199.99, Free Prime shipping

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Woot has Delta S26-263LS ShopMaster 10" Compound Sliding Miter Saw with Universal Folding Stand for $199.99. Shipping is free for Prime members (must be logged into your Prime account at Woot).

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The Delta ShopMaster S26-263L 10" Compound Sliding Miter Saw features an amazing 12" cross cut capacity. Experience the capability to complete many woodworking projects with our powerful and dependable 15-amp motor. From its front lock control system with 10 positive miter stops to the new and improved laser cut line indicator, the S26-263L precision is top tier in its class.
  • Lightweight unit is easy to move from room to room or even from job to job
  • Table Extensions help support long workpieces
  • Spindle lock holds spindle securely while bade nut is loosened and removed.
  • Bevels Left - From 0°- 45°, cuts nominal 2" x 12" at full bevel
  • Laser – With on/off switch. Makes aligning blade to workpiece more convenient and precise cuts.
  • Electric Brake - Stops the blade within seconds of releasing switch
  • Cord Exits out rear of slide bar protecting it from blade.
  • UL Listed

Also includes Universal Folding Miter Saw Stand!
  • Constructed of large OD steel tubing to support up to 400 Lbs.
  • Designed to hold virtually any miter saw on the market.
  • Easy clamp-on miter saw mounts
  • Allows the storage of the folded stand, with mounted miter saw, in vertical position inside small shops, garages, or job-site trailers
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I remember getting this on clearance for $70 at Lowes, but it was selling for $150 for a long time before that.

Good saw if you are a hobbyist, won't stand strong with contractor use.
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I remember getting this on clearance for $70 at Lowes, but it was selling for $150 for a long time before that.

Good saw if you are a hobbyist, won't stand strong with contractor use.
My boss buys these terrible Ridgid saws and they seem to last about 2 years or so cutting aluminum all day, I would expect you could get about the same from this or much longer with lighter use.
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I have this, have used it extensively for renovations, and would not buy it again. The angle setting for mitered cuts is somewhat unreliable. The detents at common angles are also pretty vague. If you care about the laser guide, note that it will fail within the first month of use. Happened to me and many others.

The saw itself is powerful and seems durable enough, but the details are really lacking. I should have just bought a mid-grade unit from Harbor Freight.
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I remember getting this on clearance for $70 at Lowes, but it was selling for $150 for a long time before that.

Good saw if you are a hobbyist, won't stand strong with contractor use.
Yeah Man!!! I bought that thing then! That was one of those deals that hardly ever come around. This is a really good saw for a home gamer. I've done all kinds of work with mine, like a lot. It's been a nice little workhorse for me. Not sure I'd buy at $200 however. it's really only most reliable for 90° and 45° cuts as anything else might take some effort to get set 100% correctly. Good saw for most DIY however.

PS: The dust collection bag out the bag is kind of a joke, it might catch a little over half on a good day. Best use it outside unless you want a pretty big mess to clean up.
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Bought this last summer and returned soon after. Frustrated with the slop when using the sliding feature, rarely got a clean, straight cut. I spent a little more for a dewalt and have been very happy.
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My boss buys these terrible Ridgid saws and they seem to last about 2 years or so cutting aluminum all day, I would expect you could get about the same from this or much longer with lighter use.
Clearly neither you, nor your boss, know what you're doing if you're buying a compound saw to cut aluminum regularly.

Don't blame Ridgid for your inexperience.
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I also got the Lowe's deal from a while back. I've only gotten into woodwork the last year or so, but I would not buy this again. The alignment of the fence/blade quickly went off 90° and the laser has always been at an angle. Definitely not easy to move room to room when attached to the stand, which is quite large. The unit does have good power. And yes, dust collection is a joke (but I don't hold that one against it).
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Bought this unit without stand and returned. As stated before the angle cuts are not accurate if doing a lot of crown molding or baseboards. Hobbyist if you are willing to put in work to get angles accurate. I would recommend straying away, unless you have time to kill or don't care too much about detail.
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Should remove the Delta name from it. Looks nothing like a quality product. What happened?
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This combo was sold at Lowes as a $150 Black Friday special in previous years.
Just the saw alone is $150 at Home Depot/ $160 at Menards right now.
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I wouldn't pay $200 but at the previous ~$70 Lowe's clearance after 2018 Black Friday it is a great saw for leaving around in the yard with a tough box on top of it to semi-protect it from the elements.
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Clearly neither you, nor your boss, know what you're doing if you're buying a compound saw to cut aluminum regularly.

Don't blame Ridgid for your inexperience.
Tell me what you would use to cut aluminum? A miter saw is fast and efficient, leaving a perfectly clean edge on every cut. Blades are cheap and last months, so I'll wait for you to tell me what I should be using.
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Tell me what you would use to cut aluminum? A miter saw is fast and efficient, leaving a perfectly clean edge on every cut. Blades are cheap and last months, so I'll wait for you to tell me what I should be using.
A handsaw is less likely to cause personal bodily injury!
I'm kinda with you on this one. Aluminum isn't much harder than your tough woods
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A handsaw is less likely to cause personal bodily injury!
I'm kinda with you on this one. Aluminum isn't much harder than your tough woods
The only thing you have to be careful of is the flying chips, wear glasses and you should be good to go.
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