The ability to miter, bevel, crosscut wide material, make compound cuts, and even plow dadoes makes the 10-in. sliding compound-miter saw a perfect fit for many shops. But some saws achieve the compromise between performance and price better than others. Andy Beasley reviews six 10-in. sliders currently on the market, focusing on smoothness, accuracy, power, and ease of use. Brands tested are the Bosch 4410L, Chicago Electric 90891, Hitachi C10FSH, Makita LS1013L, Metabo KGS 303, and Milwaukee 6497-6. From Fine Woodworking #186
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