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Bosch

Model 4100-09

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15 Amp 10 in. Table Saw with Gravity Rise Stand

$569.00 /each
  • Corded table saw and Gravity-Rise stand with pneumatic wheels
  • 25-inch rip capacity for taking on larger stock or sheet good
  • Collapsible design minimizes storage space requirements

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Feature 1

Includes 10 in. table saw, gravity-rise table saw stand with pneumatic wheels, 10 In. 40-tooth carbide-tipped blade, Rip fence Miter gauge, Smart Guard System, and Push stick Throat plate insert

Feature 2

The 29" x 21-1/2"" square tabletop has a 25-inch rip capacity, easily taking on larger stock or sheet good, providing an extended width of 40.5

Feature 3

Easily portable with patented gravity-rise stand with collapsible design; uses minimal storage space

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Amperage

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15 amps

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max speed

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3,650 rpm

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Cord Length

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10 ft.

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Warranty

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1 Year

Effortless, accurate cutting waits with this Bosch 10 in., 15 Amp Table Saw with Gravity-Rise Stand. Durable and portable with carry handles, the stand has 8 in. treaded, pneumatic wheels for the tough terrain of job sites. The saw offers a soft start for smooth, ramp-up speed and also helps you maintain speed under load. Other great features include single-point bevel movement for accuracy, T-slot miter system and enhanced dust collection. The user-friendly blade guard has a new split-guarding innovation for protection and a clean line of sight. A multi-position riving knife keeps material from pinching the blade.

  • Includes 10 in. table saw, 39 lb. gravity-rise table saw stand with pneumatic wheels
  • 15 Amp motor provides up to 3650 RPM to power through tough jobs
  • 10 in. blade for fast, accurate rip cuts
  • SquareLock rip fence with a 12 in. left rip capacity and a 25 in. right rip capacity for ripping wider materials
  • T-slot miter gauge for precise rip cuts
  • Patented gravity-rise stand with collapsible design for easy setup, takedown and travel; uses minimum storage space
  • Maximum cut depth of 1-7/8 in. at 45 Degree and 3-1/8 in. at 90 Degree for a variety of useful cuts
  • Built to last with powder-coated, painted finish for longevity
  • Modular smart guard system for user safety includes blade guard, riving knife, anti-kickback pawls
  • Backed by a 1-year warranty
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Motor Reliability - Is there a known issue with the 15-AMP motor

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Of all the table saws I've researched I really like this Bosch 4100 model, however the one issue I've read about is with the reliability of the 15-AMP motor used, which is now the only thing keeping me from buying it. I do understand that with any mass-produced products (cars, tools, etc) there will be some number of quality related issues. So the question is this - Is there a relatively significant number of reported issues with the motor that is used for this table saw, and if so what is Bosch doing to address the issue(s). A response would be helpful and appreciated. The question going unanswered would like lead me to purchase a Delta's product.

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I've had my Bosch 4100 saw for about 4 years and up to today it has been a good performer. It has been gently used by an intermediate DIYer, and very well cared for. I replaced the stock blade with a high quality blade. Today the motor started running slow and backwards --- in the middle of ripping 3/8 plywood! Checked internet and found this is not uncommon and I ordered a replacement field winding from Read More
I've had my Bosch 4100 saw for about 4 years and up to today it has been a good performer. It has been gently used by an intermediate DIYer, and very well cared for. I replaced the stock blade with a high quality blade. Today the motor started running slow and backwards --- in the middle of ripping 3/8 plywood! Checked internet and found this is not uncommon and I ordered a replacement field winding from Bosch ($69 delivered). The Bosch folks indicated this is a known problem. Very disappointing for an expensive work tool. If I had it to do again, I would get the DeWalt. Read Less
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September 18, 2015
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Only days after my September review my Bosch 4000 motor lost power, started running erratically, then stopped altogether.
While looking up what to do I read a review on a competing orange saw where the customer complained that while yes, he could buy a new motor to replace his saw's dead one, the manufacturer's rep didn't blush as he quoted a price for the motor that exceeded the cost of an entire new Read More
Only days after my September review my Bosch 4000 motor lost power, started running erratically, then stopped altogether.
While looking up what to do I read a review on a competing orange saw where the customer complained that while yes, he could buy a new motor to replace his saw's dead one, the manufacturer's rep didn't blush as he quoted a price for the motor that exceeded the cost of an entire new saw. These Bosch saws aren't like that.
Whatever problems these motors have, they are easy to work on and the parts are relatively cheap and available. I replaced the speed control and the field winding which cost a bit more than $100 total. However, I don't have the same confidence in these motors that I had before this one died. I used to think nothing of it while ripping 5 or 10 2x4s into 2x2s or 1x2s for some job or other but I don't think I'll be doing that anymore. The field winding looked toasted, and the speed control was definitely dead. I'd already replaced a bearing. I've decided these saws should be used in situations where portability is paramount. Compared to a contractor saw or cabinet saw with their far more robust motors, you need to baby these little guys a bit. Since I've just moved from a one car garage shop to a two car garage shop, I'll be selling this Bosch 4000 and moving to a cabinet saw on a mobile base. With the "gravity" stand and their overall ease of use these Bosch saws are still great. If I was using one in future, in addition to limiting how much steady ripping I would do, I would blow off the motor after each use so the motor could stay cool. The motor is easy to get at when the stand is folded up if you set the blade at 45 degrees. Read Less
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September 6, 2015
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I've had a Bosch model 4000 with a "gravity stand", for four or five years. The motor seized one day and I was disappointed to find that I couldn't just buy a new motor. They only sell parts to rebuild the motor on the Model 4000. But it turned out to be very easy to take the saw apart enough to get at the motor bearings. They were a standard type I could buy at the local auto parts supplier. I was back Read More
I've had a Bosch model 4000 with a "gravity stand", for four or five years. The motor seized one day and I was disappointed to find that I couldn't just buy a new motor. They only sell parts to rebuild the motor on the Model 4000. But it turned out to be very easy to take the saw apart enough to get at the motor bearings. They were a standard type I could buy at the local auto parts supplier. I was back up and running in a few hours. I love the saw Read Less
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July 21, 2015
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I personally have never had a problem with my 15 amp Bosch table saw. I have owned mine for a 2+ years and never had a issue with the motor. It feels just as powerful today as it did from the first cut I made. I use my table saw at least 3-4 hours a week. I purchased it in Citrus Heights Ca. I have had to replace the switch on it but I contribute that to the use I put on the saw. Hope this helps!
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Thank you for your question. We can understand your concern however there has not been a significant number of reported issues with the 4100 table saw motor. We have manufactured this model for over 7 years now and we are confident in the reliability of this motor.
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IS THIS SAW SPECIFICALLY MADE FOR HOME DEPOT?

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no
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No you can get it at Lowes, Sears, Amazon.com etc.
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Thank you for your question. No, the 4100-09 is not made specifically for Home Depot.
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Will it accept dado blades?

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Yes and it will accept a full 3/4" set. You need an insert as well.
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Yes
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Thank you for your question. Our model 4100-09 will accept dado blades up to 8” in diameter and can accommodate dado cutting up to 13/16” wide in a single pass.
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Can the right and left rip be expanded?

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table expands only to the right
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Just the left and out fall extensions available. Other wise use rollers.
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Our Bosch 4100 comes with the right extension that will allow you to rip 25''. The left side extension is available as an optional accessory item number TS1003. You can order this through Home Depot as well as direct through our Factory Service Centers at 1-800-346-4103 option 1.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 58 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best I've worked with,,,!!! I burned up two Orange ones before I said "NO MORE". Wasn't worth the 50 miles I had to drive for repair of lifetime warranty. Then comes the Bosch and the rest is history. I put a 60 tooth Bosch blade on it and it's been a power house. Has ripped everything I've put through it, and I live in hardwood country. I'll admit that the sawdust port could be more efficient but no portable saw is great in that area. I'm more concerned with the motor performance and consistency. Solid built and easy to transport. Every carpenter should have a good broom for saw dust,, and it makes plenty. I would buy another one tomorrow if this one quit today. etc., etc.,.. This was my first Bosch power tool but it won't be my last. It costs a few more dollars but "it works" and you don't waste time driving back and forth to the "lifetime warranty" fix it store. Highly recommend this saw to anyone. June 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect When it was time to purchase a new table saw I (we) started the Internet search, read the reviews checked options and price. Then I finally decided. I'll save a few bucks and get the orange one. Then it happened my girlfriend told me no. Pay the extra for the good one. So She bought it for me and I couldn't be happier with it. Put it to the test and it performed flawlessly. Changed the blade ripped perfect miters, no bogging, fence was dead on out of the box. PAY THE Extra. It's worth every penny! December 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Saw The Bosch 4100 is considered a "jobsite" or "contracter" saw, but it as good as some stationary, "cabinet" type table saws I have used. Once properly set up and squared, this saw cuts very true and just keeps going. The gravity rise stand is really easy to use and is wide enough to give a good, stable base for most uses. It is a little clunky if you're trying to store it in a small space, but, personally, the ease of roll out and set-up (along with stability) outweighs the mild awkwardness of its size. The only thing I would improve would be to give it a motor that has a 220v option. I believe this saw is good enough for someone to build into a table as a permanent cabinet-style table saw, but it'd run a little smoother and, theoretically, last a little longer if it could be re-wired for 220v like some table saw motors out there. If you think you'll be using a table saw with any frequency, or hope to build anything with any accuracy, consider stepping up from the cheap, store brand table saw into this Bosch. Overall, it's a great saw even at the slightly higher price. February 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great saw! Very accurate. I use this table saw to make very fine cuts and precision angles. I found the saw to be very true right out of the box. Very handy saw. February 12, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by An overlooked source of problems. Those experiencing motor issues should first check the tightness and quality of their electrical connections at the wall socket and in the circuit from that wall socket to their electrical panel, and the connections in the panel itself. Any connections involving the tightness of a screwed-together connection, the adequateness of the size of wires involved, or connections made with a wire nut are suspect and should be carefully checked. The 15 amp draw of a power saw motor will quickly reveal deficiencies in any electrical connection, and any electrical issues are much more likely to be in an existing shop power circuit or electrical panel than in a brand new, factory-tested motor. I learned this after returning a non-performing saw and getting a new one, which had exactly the same motor issues. I didn't complain about motor quality - I checked my connections. After cleaning and tightening all the connections in the relevant circuits in the panel and between panel and socket, the problems disappeared, and have never returned. Cut off the power to the socket and/or panel before attempting this. Call a qualified electrician if you have never done this type of repair yourself. Electricty can kill you if you make a mistake. December 24, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by It's OK This saw is a workhorse. Decent power and the gravity rise stand is absolutely brilliant. It even facilitates loading into my truck for jobs. The fence twists slightly when locked, and I was able to adjust that a bit, but enough to stop it completely. The inserts fit horribly, a homemade zero clearance should be the first thing you do as the table isn't worth spending money on an official clearance. The poor quality table is flat in three different sections, being divided by the miter slot, but they are not coplanar with each other. Overall, it's an overpriced worksite saw. Definitely wouldn't recommend it for a small workshop type saw. September 13, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by No More Looking! As contractors, we use this saw everyday. We build everything from decks, additions, cabinets and furniture. This is the only table saw we have used for the past 5 years. For accuracy, power, versatility, convenience, and reliability, you need not look any further. BUT....just to make sure, Ive been reviewing all the portable saws currently on the market before I head to the store to buy one for my own personal use. Comparing my own experience with all the reviews Ive read on this and other saws, Im convinced there is no better choice when compared on equal grounds. So, Ive got my boots on and money in hand. Just wanted to post this before I took off. September 6, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best saw Yes, the Bosch is one of the if not the most expensive portable saw in the market right now. Yet, I will say it is worth every penny and the benefits of this saw outweigh the heftier price and also weight that can be found in other saws. I used to have two Ridgid portables for my two crews and they were very good saws with decent stands. However: the overall build quality is superior to everything else out there, including Makita and DeWalt. The stand makes this saw very managable, even with side and feed supports added. Heavy to lift around by yourself, for sure. But with the pulling handle on the tailgate first, it is no big deal to load the saw by yourself. Up and down stairs? Not really, but that is not what this saw is built for. With 25 in. right of the blade the saw does (almost) everything , especially when the left side support is added on. With the feed extension I have cut 3/4 in. sheets of plywood and pushed the entire sheet through without the otherwise needed help. The kick-back claws held the two pieces in balance for me to walk around after finishing the cut. Thats where the little extra weight shows very helpful, besides giving the saw a very solid feel in every cutting situation. Although lacking the rack and pinion solution for the fence (as DeWalt has it): the fence is solid and extremely accurately keeping the parallel, just tap the locking lever lightly before fully locking the fence. I read a review that considered the fence of the Bosch sub-par. Having worked with a lot of saws and after looking at every saw I ever run into I must say: I have no idea what the issue might have been for the person writing that review. Let alone stationary cabinet saws, I do not know of a fence more substantial in the portable category. On-board storage, soft start, tool-less blade guard and riving knife adjustment, bade lock for changing blades, etc... great features, yet available in one form or another in other saws as well. The only thing I have a problem with is the one year warranty. Sure, given the experience I have with some of my Bosch tools (hammer drills), I guess the saw will last forever just as the drills do so far. However, given the lifetime service you get through Ridgid and longer warranty periods provided by other manufacturers it would be comforting to make this investment with a stronger commitment from Bosch. Other than that the only thing that really bugs me are sloppy instructions (the assembly instructions for the stand) . While easy to figure out, I will never understand how world class companies like Bosch are not capable to provide an A-Z professional appearance. The true worth of the saw remains to be seen, providing many years of reliable service, hopefully. So far the saw makes a great impression with superb build and function. For professionals and woodworking aficionados alike, I will recommend this saw as the best I have worked with, with capacity and cut quality close to a stationary cabinet saw. October 20, 2015
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