Hitachi introduces a 10” sliding dual compound miter saw with the company’s Zero Clearance Technology and a laser marker.
The saw, model C10FSHC, features Hitachi’s compact slide system that requires zero rear clearance, allowing the saw to sit nearly flush on a benchtop without compromising the range of movement, according to the company.
“The sliding arm moves along fixed rails, enabling the saw to sit on a bench top. The rails also deliver smooth and effortless movement thanks to the linear motion bearings. The Cl0FSHC eliminates the need for large work areas that a conventional slide saw would typically occupy,” the company said in a statement.
“Hitachi’s laser marker indicates where the blade will cut on the material. It can be adjusted to the right or left of the cut depending on the user’s preference, using dials located on the saw blade cover.”
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