The Hitachi line of miter saws can be beneficial for woodworkers and frame makers. Many saws with the Hitachi brand are compound miter saws. A compound miter saw can be differentiated from a manual one by its rotating vertical pivot. This feature permits the tilting of the cutter head and blade. Beveling becomes easier to do because of the sideways movement this feature affords. Beveling can be done at an angle (0-45). With the horizontal rotating table in place, beveling is easy.
Anyone who has used the Hitachi brand of miter saws knows that making angled cuts, both vertical and horizontal, are easy using these tools. This may be the tool for you if you want trimmed cuts and precise handling of wood. This miter saw is light and portable, and can become a great addition to your arsenal of tools. For work on plywood and decorative panels, this miter saw is great. This tool can also be used to trim fiberboards and aluminum.
Here are some of the reasons why most Hitachi users enjoy the miter saw from this brand.
– the comfort factor.
Great materials make up the Hitachi miter saw, which means it is reasonably heavy. When you’re accustomed to the weight, you will find that it’s actually comfortable to use. This miter saw is great for amateurs. The thumb stops allow for easy adjustments. This means you don’t have to do much to vary a particular cutting blade angle. Crown molding jobs, in particular, are easier with this miter saw. You can move from testing to creating professional-level trim pieces in no time.
– It is great for trimming boards.
Accurate trimming is great, especially if you can get it right the first time. Mistakes in wood working are expensive. The blade should be sharp and made with quality metal. The tool’s versatility as well as the quality of the blade matter.
– Won’t jam on you.
Cutting larger wood can make any tool bog down. The worst that could happen is having the wood stuck inside. Chopping with this tool is possible. One reason why it doesn’t bog down easily is that there is a dust collector that keeps the interior parts of the saw dirt-free.
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