Author Topic: Metabo HPT 36V MultiVolt Sliding Miter Saw 7-1/4-Inch Blade Any person own one  (Read 535 times)

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Offline onevw

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  • Its Italian flies like a jet but 30% less fuel
This saw is in the $1300.00+ range. Is it worth this price?

Any comments would be nice.

I already own a KAPEX 120EB BUT LOOKING TO downsize

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Offline ElectricFeet

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Different model, but I was just watching (start it at the 6 minute mark), where he shows his metabo cutting out of square and says he wouldn’t buy another.
« Last Edit: July 14, 2021, 02:55 PM by ElectricFeet »

Online squall_line

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@ElectricFeet , you need to copy the full youtube.com link to get it to embed properly for web.  The youtu.be link doesn't show anything on the web interface for the forum.

Offline ElectricFeet

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@ElectricFeet , you need to copy the full youtube.com link to get it to embed properly for web.  The youtu.be link doesn't show anything on the web interface for the forum.

Thanks @squall_line . I've been told this before and forgot  ::) I just used the "share" icon on youtube, which is useful, as it allows you to queue the video to the precise point you want to reference.

Anyone know if there's a syntax to queue up the video to the right point that is festoolownersgroup-friendly?

Online GoingMyWay

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You can append the URL with "&t=XXXs" so in this case, the 6 minute mark would be &t=360s.  The video won't embed as a playable video, but at least the hyperlink will be visible and it will take you to the correct start time.

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Online GoingMyWay

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Oops. That actually embedded as a playable video, but without the start time.  I know I've seen other YouTube links that link directly to a starting time.  Maybe this will work: http://www.youtube.com/watch?t=360&v=o3oWaXLpH8g&feature=youtu.be
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