Includes 12" TCT saw blade, dust bag, vice assembly, box wrench and hex bar wrench Laser marker system accurately indicates where the blade will cut on the material and can be easily adjusted to the right or left of the cut mark This saw with laser market has a powerful 15 amp motor with 1,950 watts of output power to smoothly power through hardwoods with ease Tall, pivoting aluminum fence stands at a height of 5 1/8" allowing crown molding to be cut vertically for convenience Elastomer compound coating on the horizontal handle reduces vibration Large base provides better support and balance to prevent material from warping Externally accessible carbon brushes allow for quick and easy maintenance to prolong tool life Miter scale ranges from 0-52 degrees, both to the right and left, for a broader range of cuts Bevel scale ranges from 0-48 degrees to the right and left allowing the material to stay in place while the saw head flips to make opposing cuts Hitachi 12-inch Miter Saw Model# C12FDH Tall, pivoting aluminum fence that stands at a height of 5-1/8 In. allows crown molding to be cut vertically for convenience. After major bevel angle is secured, micro-bevel adjustment knob can be used to dial-in to a precise angle without the weight of the saw head compromising the accuracy
Hope this might help someone. Thank you for reading
Thanks for visiting FatWallet.com. Join for free to remove this ad.
posted: Oct. 17, 2013 @ 7:20p
my experience with hitachi saws is excellent and they are known for their accuracy. having said that, this saw is in between sizes that most users would find useful. Ideally you'd have the 10' saw (hitachi is best imo) for portability and small jobs and a sliding 12 or even 10 inch saw (many good makers including hitachi) for jobs that require a lot of reach like crown moulding, and this is right in the middle. still a great saw tho. Lots of carpenters have a 10 inch, a 10 inch sliding, and a 12 inch sliding in their kit but i don't know any with a non sliding 12. hope this is useful and not crapping the thread.
Disclaimer: By providing links to other sites, FatWallet.com does not guarantee, approve or endorse the information or products available at these sites, nor does a link indicate any association with or endorsement by the linked site to FatWallet.com.
Members of our community may attach files to a post in accordance with the User Agreement. FatWallet is not responsible for the content, accuracy, completeness or validity of any information contained in any attached file. Files have *not* been scanned for viruses. Be especially wary of Excel files which may contain malicious content.
Earn Cash Back while you shop - just 3 simple steps.
1. Sign Up so we know who to pay! (It's FREE.)
2. Shop through FatWallet for deals from your favorite stores. Your online purchases earn Cash Back that builds in your FatWallet account.
3. Get Paid by requesting a payment via check or PayPal.
FatWallet coupons help you save more when shopping online. Use our Coupons Search to browse coupons and offers from thousands of stores, gathered into one convenient location.
As part of our FatWallet Community, you can share deals with almost a million shoppers in our forums. Forum content is generated by consumers for consumers. Share deals, money-saving tips, and more. It's FREE, fun, and addicting.
Our customer experience team is here around the clock - real people ready to assist.