Miter Saw / November 30, 2018 / Tina Abrahamsson
When searching for high-end power tools at a low price craftsmen should also look for reconditioned tools. Reconditioned tools or recons although sometimes hard to come by are an extremely great value bringing craftsmen the highest-performance tools at a tiny fraction of regular cost. Recons for some minor cosmetic or technical defect have been returned to the manufacturer for stringent inspection and restoration processes. These tools are tested and restored to meet rigid manufacturer standards and are then re-released with a "R" trailing the model number. This little "R" (and potentially hundreds of dollars) is truly the only difference between a brand new tool and a recon. The value with these tools is truly a no-brainer; when recons are available snatch them up as an incomparable investment. Dewalts DW718R and DW716R miter saws are tremendous examples of the value of buying reconditioned.
Most of these miter saws are portable with blade sizes ranging from eight to twelve inches. This saw works by pulling a circular saw blade down onto a work piece in a short controlled motion the work piece being held against a fence. This fence provides an accurate cutting angle between the blade and the longest work piece edge. In a standard position this angle is fixed at 90 degrees. The primary feature that distinguishes this saw from others is its miter index that allows the angle of the blade to be altered relative to the fence. Whereas most miter saws provide a facility to make a one degree incremental change to the miter index many also provide stops that allow the miter index to be properly set to common angles of repose like 15 degrees 30 degrees or 45 degrees. Some salient features of the sliding miter saws are as under: - A compound feature allows the angle of the cutting blade to be altered relative to the cutting plane. This also allows the saw to be used for bevel cutting.
To ensure accuracy and control Hitachi miter saw also has linear ball bearing slide system. Hitachis miter saw is also designed to maintain RPM while cutting because it has an electronic speed control system. Its fully adjustable patented chip deflector would also ensure that no tear-outs would happen. And that is not the end of it all. Hitachi miter saw is also convenient to use. Most power miter saw users complain that their tools are just too difficult to start. Sometimes starting the motor is such a drag that you would just simply get frustrated and lost the spark to do work. Well that will not happen with a Hitachi miter saw. From start to finish users will feel comfortable with Hitachis miter saw. Starting up would not be a hassle: with its electronic soft start feature users can maintain their positive moods to do quality work throughout the day. Precision convenience and comfort-these are the things that every woodworker and carpenter would like to have with their miter saws. And you will exactly get those benefits with a high-quality Hitachi miter saw. A miter saw is one of the most commonly owned and commonly used power tools in the industry.