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Metabo HPT 10" 15 Amp Sliding Dual Bevel Miter Saw (C10FSHCT) EXPIRED

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Amazon has Metabo HPT 10" 15 Amp Sliding Dual Bevel Miter Saw (C10FSHCT) on sale for $229. Shipping is free. Thanks BrianW8660

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Great deal on a Metabo sliding saw that I've been watching. The normal price is around $400

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I picked up the Ryobi and Ridgid stand and it's perfect for me. My neighbor let me use his DWS780 and while the Ryobi isn't a Dewalt, it's more than enough for me. Mention to my neighbor that I picked the Ryobi and he agreed for what I'm going to use it for it's perfect (DIY, remodeling, and deck work). He works construction and said the 780 is overkill for a homeowner. I checked the cut on the 0 and 45 degree and they were nearly perfect. This Metabo does have a dual bevel, so that's a plus over the Ryobi. For the money I can't recommend anything other than the Ryobi/Ridgid combo.
Same ideas but I didn't buy the stand. Thinking of building one that's more functional myself.
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Anyone who cares about Zero Clearance miter saw, probably don't use one that much.

These things make a HUGE mess cutting Anything.. Do it outside. The time you have to spend clearing your garage wall of dust is LONGER than just picking it up and taking it to the yard.

If you make the cut in the garage and not have a setup to deal with the saw dust, then......
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I just bought one of their table saws the other day and it failed in one day. Never again.
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Have you ever used a miter saw ? There's no such thing as a setup to deal with dust. Table saws, band saws yes. Not miter saws.
Nope

http://letmegooglethat.com/?q=Mit...collection
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I generally don't need things to be super super accurate, and like my current Hitachi saw (only trying to find a replacement for it because I overtorqued the reverse-threaded screw holding the blade in place by trying to turn it the wrong way, and now can't remove the blade), but I'm pretty concerned by the reviews that mention a poorly fitted/made part causing slop in the saw's accuracy.
Why don't you cut/drill off the screw?
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I got the ryobi deal as well. But now I m thinking if I should get the Lowes Blk Friday Dewalt 12"compound for 199, simply cause it can cut 4 by 4 in one pass, but it's non-sliding ...
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Nope

http://letmegooglethat.com/?q=Mit...collection
They don't work. and you still get clouds of wood dust.

It's just not worth the time to build, put it on a cart, take it outside.
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Have you ever used a miter saw ? There's no such thing as a setup to deal with dust. Table saws, band saws yes. Not miter saws.
There most certainly is. When done properly, a hood and dust port connection will eliminate over 90% of the dust created while cutting.
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Never heard of this brand. Seems like folks like it?
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There most certainly is. When done properly, a hood and dust port connection will eliminate over 90% of the dust created while cutting.
I've seen some fence based collection designs on youtube that estimated a good 95% collection based on weight and kerf calculations
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Never heard of this brand. Seems like folks like it?
It's just Hitachi. The power tools division of Hitachi was sold a couple years ago, but the new owners didn't get the name. Since they also own the higher end Metabo tool company, they chose to rename "Hitachi Power Tools" to "Metabo HPT".
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90% of a crap ton, is still a crap ton. It's just the nature of Miter saws, dust collection is crap period. no matter what you do about shrouds.
Tell that to all the professional woodworkers with stationary miter saw stations, and decent dust collection. Heck festool (if you want to spend a lot) makes a sliding miter saw with near 100% collection.

If your doing rough construction grade cuts, outside is fine. But I'm not gonna be cutting my fine hardwoods out in the driveway. Not gonna have a sufficiently accurate fence or support system.

Most cheaper miters do have bad dust collection out of the box, but mods can improve it greatly. Also depends on your dust collector suction power.
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