|Forum topic by Razorburne||posted 12-07-2014 03:09 AM||985 views||0 times favorited||8 replies|
12-07-2014 03:09 AM
Hi there everyone,
I am hoping to purchase a Hitachi C12RSH 12” sliding compound miter saw. Most of my work gets done outside as the garage I currently work out of has no electricity. I know this saw is considered heavy and is best left in the shop, but I figure I can get a portable miter stand and simply wheel the saw out and to where I can hook it up to electricity (extension cords from house to garage are not an option – too far and think I would lose too much power).
Aside from its weight, I am aware from reading online that the Hitachi has an awkward base profile and on one side the mounting holes are not parallel. I can only imagine this might impact how it would attach to a portable stand.
I hear good things about the Rigid MSUV but not sure if this will work. Any advice?