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

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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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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.
Amateur detected.
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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.
He's just an antagonistic troll. I've got a hood/port set up and there is very little dust. I do this for a living and highly doubt he even has a miter box.
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This or the Harbor Freight Hercules 12" slider for $299?
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This or the Harbor Freight Hercules 12" slider for $299?
Harbor freight makes lots of fine things. But if you expect accuracy, repeatability, and reliability (all the things I'd look for in a miter saw) that's probably not one of them.
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This or the Harbor Freight Hercules 12" slider for $299?
Hercules > Dewalt > Hitachi(Metabo HPT), go to YouTube search for the review.
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For dust collection from this miter saw, I just use the hose from the Rigid vac kit to hook up to my shop vac. It is not designed for that but it fits tightly without additional adapter. The Rigid kit us on sale again at $20.
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Reviews look good. Been in the market for a 10". Whats the benefit of this over the 10" ryobi that was on sale for <150 a few weeka ago? Would someone who does basic diy projects at home notice the difference?
I have the Ryobi. Mine didn't cut square out of the box. It has 3 adjustment screws for the fence and when I got it "square enough" one of the adjustment screws doesn't line up with the hole to go back in.
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I have the Ryobi. Mine didn't cut square out of the box. It has 3 adjustment screws for the fence and when I got it "square enough" one of the adjustment screws doesn't line up with the hole to go back in.
I think the Ryobi one is single bevel. Isn't it?
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Why don't you cut/drill off the screw?
Thought about trying to drill and tap the screw, then screw a bolt into it, but I haven't found a tap set that will do what I need for a screw with left handed threads. No easy way to cut off the screw either, and there are several small parts next to it that will run $20 each for replacement parts.
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Anyone comparing to the Ryobi: I bought that one and used it today for a bunch of trim. I actually missed the dual bevel more than I thought I would. I also needed more than a 45 degree cut a few times, but it only goes to about 48, this one looks like it goes to 60. That would've saved me a ton of time. I also don't like the bevel adjustment on the Ryobi, it's inconvenient and hard to read, and the sticker it already coming off. The shadow is also super hard to see and not accurate, I'd prefer a laser. I'm almost certainly going to try returning it tomorrow for this one.
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Thought about trying to drill and tap the screw, then screw a bolt into it, but I haven't found a tap set that will do what I need for a screw with left handed threads. No easy way to cut off the screw either, and there are several small parts next to it that will run $20 each for replacement parts.
I had the same problem with my jointer before.. I asked their support and they provided straight forward instructions how to fix it. Worth a try?
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This or the Harbor Freight Hercules 12" slider for $299?
May I ask how you get the Hercules for $299? Do you have a personalized coupon? The Hercules is the best out there based on what I've heard.
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May I ask how you get the Hercules for $299? Do you have a personalized coupon? The Hercules is the best out there based on what I've heard.
From time to time there will be a coupon specifically for the tool to bring the price down.
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Thought about trying to drill and tap the screw, then screw a bolt into it, but I haven't found a tap set that will do what I need for a screw with left handed threads. No easy way to cut off the screw either, and there are several small parts next to it that will run $20 each for replacement parts.
have you tried locking a vice grip onto the bolt head and trying to tap it free hitting the vice grip with a hammer?

it's probably a two person job to push in the blade lock so the blade doesn't spin and have two hands for the v.grip and hammer

i'd recommend locking the saw into the down position, and the miter saw should be secured while doing this of couse.

or the right sized pipe wrench and pipe for leverage.
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For dust collection from this miter saw, I just use the hose from the Rigid vac kit to hook up to my shop vac. It is not designed for that but it fits tightly without additional adapter. The Rigid kit us on sale again at $20.
That sounds like it would work for me do you have a link?
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