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Hi everyone,

I do side projects as a hobby (bookshelves, coffee tables, etc.) and I want to invest in a decent portable table saw.
I've been reading reviews on different brands and cannot seem to settle on one. I read decent reviews on Hitachi C10RJ. Then I saw someone selling a Hitachi C10FR. I cannot seem to find a decent comparison between the two.
Does anyone have any insight?
Do you guys recommend another Brand/model I should invest in altogether?

Best,

Amir
 

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Haven't used the Hitachi table saws, but I have used their sliding compound saws since they introduced them. My jobsite tablesaw is a Dewalt. I have had this saw since they introduced it, I'm guessing over 15 years ago. It hasn't an excellent fence that works on a rack and pinion system. It is very accurate. I've cut everything from prefinished Kitchen cabinet materials to sheet goods. I'd highly recommend it. It's a model 745. It looks like this one in the pic, except mine didn't come with the updated riving knife shown.
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Haven't used the Hitachi table saws, but I have used their sliding compound saws since they introduced them. My jobsite tablesaw is a Dewalt. I have had this saw since they introduced it, I'm guessing over 15 years ago. It hasn't an excellent fence that works on a rack and pinion system. It is very accurate. I've cut everything from prefinished Kitchen cabinet materials to sheet goods. I'd highly recommend it. It's a model 745. It looks like this one in the pic, except mine didn't come with the updated riving knife shown.
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Thank you for the information and recommendation
 
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