Model # TC10

Internet #203253652

Bosch 15 Amp Corded 10 in. 1.4 Horse Power Wet Tile and Stone Power Saw

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15 Amp Corded 10 in. 1.4 Horse Power Wet Tile and Stone Power Saw

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Product Overview

The Bosch TC10 10 in. Wet Tile and Stone Saw features a powerful 1.4 HP and 4200 RPM Motor for cutting a broad range of material including porcelain and stone. Expanded rear and side extension water trays - to prevent overspray and optimize water retention. Large sliding rubberized table work surface - rubber coating and large size provide better work piece balance and control; especially large dimensions. 24 in. Max Rip, 18 in. Diagonal cut capacity - for precision professional cutting tile and stone. Durable cast aluminum base and arm - for maximum durability on and off the jobsite.

  • Quick head bevel adjustment, saw adjusts to pre-set 22.5° and 45° stops for on-site angle cuts
  • Stainless steel rails and sealed ball bearing casters - for stable, smooth and consistent sliding table travel
  • Rear over-spray deflector - to reduce over-spray and keep water within the tool
  • Tool-free blade guard and arbor lock, for quick and easy blade access and one-wrench blade changes
  • Integrated and removable main water tray - designed with drain plug and designated pump retainer; quickly slides out to drain water or clean
  • Adjustable head plunge, for outlet and vent register cutouts on site
  • Includes: edge guide, auxiliary table, rear/side extension water tray, water pump, blade wrench, hex wrench, 10 in. diamond blade
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Customer Questions & Answers

can this saw cut 41/4" paver stones

Asked by: jersey24
Thank you for your question. The maximum depth of cut for the TC10 tile saw is 3-3/4" so it would not cut 4-1/4" thick paver stones.
Answered by: BoschTools
Date published: 2016-08-23

Can the TC10 make bullnoses?

If so, what are my profile wheel options?
Asked by: OKS
Thank you for your question. The TC10 is designed for straight and bevel cuts only, use tool only with smooth edge tile blades free of openings and grooves.
Answered by: BoschTools
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Customer Reviews

15 Amp Corded 10 in. 1.4 Horse Power Wet Tile and Stone Power Saw is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a great saw I bout this saw a couple of months ago and have installed about 1000 sq ft of tile since. It is a dream to use. Wish I had bought one years ago.
Date published: 2016-01-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from TC-10 My TC-10 is two weeks old and has only been used on one full bath remodel so it's too early to give a proper review. I had a MK which lasted 17 years, then replaced it with a Ridgid which went to the dump after 4 years. I did a fair amount of research before narrowing it down between the Lackmond and the Bosch which are basically identical except the Lackmond has laser and additional horse power that I don't care about. I've used Bosch tools for 35 years and I'm a fan of most of their tools so I bought the TC-10. What I can say so far is the saw seems well built, I did have to adjust the rails to square the table out of the box but no big deal. I also didn't bother trying the blade that came with it instead put on a new HotDog blade. My opinion after one job is the TC-10 has plenty of power and gave me fast effortless chip free cuts on 12 x 12 porcelain. I like everything about the saw except the weight, this saw is heavy, especially combined with the GTA10W stand! A rolling stand is a must for saws of this size and weight. The design of the Ridgid stand was the only thing I liked about that saw. I was hoping the Bosch stand would be just as nice but it's a totally different setup. The problem I have with the Bosch stand is the wheel design, you can't cart it up and down stairs on just the wheels because of the angle of the wheel supports. The frame scraps down the steps until the wheels touch the next tread, bad design! So I fixed that by reversing the wheel supports and cutting off part of the "wings" that hold the wheel locks. True you do loose the locks and it does make the frame almost 2" longer on those legs so I place a 2 x 4 under the front legs, no big deal, and now it rolls down stairs. I don't know why Bosch engineers didn't catch that, it would have been an easy fix for them before going into production. One other thing I want to mention is the water tray, it would have been nice if there was a fitting for drain hose connection to channel the waste water into a bucket. The only way to do this now is to pull the tray out a few inches and have a bucket next to the stand under the drain hole. Hopefully my next review down the road will be how much I love this TC-10, something tells me I will.
Date published: 2014-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Wet Tile Saw on Market I am a general contractor and did my due diligence in researching the available portable wet tile saws on the market. I bought this saw 2 weeks ago on line. The saw was quick and easy to assemble. It has a very powerful motor and cuts through porcelain and ceramic tile easily. The unit, like all Bosch tools is well designed. I recommend this tool.
Date published: 2013-05-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from many flaws I bought this saw about a year and a half ago and use it almost every day as a tile contractor. Ive always been a fan of bosch tools and own quite a few which i have no complaints about. After using the dewalt saw for many years i was excited to see bosch had a saw that looked good espicially with the collapsing stand with wheels. Well when I got mine and started putting it together i noticed the metal side extension for the tray doesn't securely attach to the main tray, and also isn't raised at the end to accomadite the gauge for gauging larger cuts. The gauge itself i feel is poorly designed as the angling feature causes it to hit the arm of the motor on any straight cut over 6 or 7 inches wide, which again brings up not having a gaugeable extension tray that secures to the main tray!! Most of the time I dont even use the supplied gauge ,instead clamping down a speed square to butt the tiles against.The motor itself is very powerful and everything i would hope for. Ive cut everything from porcelain to granite to 2 inch thick concrete pavers with it no problem. Another problem is the water delivery system. Ive had bits of tile clog the jets that spray the blade and it is not easy to unclog. Basically had to take the whole sprayer head piece out (not easy) and clean and flush the lines that way. Very time consuming as a clog like that on the dewalt literally takes seconds to fix. I now have my pump screen lined with cheesecloth to prevent that. Because it sucks. The lock on the tray is very hard to operate, I only lock it when I'm done for the day. The horizontal placement of the rails that the tray wheels roll on actually allow bits of tile to accumulate on them, making the wheels stop as you try to push a tile through making a cut. No such problem for the dewalt . Over time it has been cutting more and more out of square as well . But to adjust it you have to slide out the the metal tops of the two rails. I knew before even using the saw that I ever had to get those off I'd be in trouble . they are calcified and frozen stuck to the point where i damaged one trying to get it loose. I can't even adjust it now Wtf. The collapsing stand with wheels and the motor are, sadly, the only two good things about this saw. I honestly feel like they didn't field test it at all, or they did and just didn't listen. Anyway, love all my bosch tools,except this one
Date published: 2016-01-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Looks great in the box ! I bought this for myself for an early Christmas present. Haven't used it yet but it sure looks great in the box. I'm sure it works as good as it looks. It has all the features I need to get the job done.
Date published: 2016-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good solid value Saw worked well cutting basalt, rip fence lock was broken when delivered or when I first used it. Water is well contained with all the guards and has cut straight and square without adjustment since assembled after cutting 600 square feet of tile.
Date published: 2015-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth every penny Real simple assembly less than 20 minutes, outstanding quality , I've used it to cut 2" travertine stone, it cut the job to a fraction of what it would have taken me without it. I would recommend this saw to anyone.
Date published: 2016-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from awesome saw I do a lot of tile work and this saw is awesome. Put it together in 5 minutes got the stand with wheels easy to move from truck to job. Well built , accurate and easy to use. Just a great tool to have you just can't go wrong with Bosch
Date published: 2013-08-04
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