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Model R4513

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15 Amp 10 in. Heavy-Duty Portable Table Saw with Stand

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  • Modular tool-free blade guard system for user safety
  • Features a single-point release for 1-step simple set up
  • Includes onboard storage for convenience

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Feature 1

Sets up in one step with single-point release

Feature 2

Makes a range of useful cuts with max depth of 2-1/4 in. at 45º and 3-1/2 in. at 90º

Feature 3

Onboard storage adds convenience

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15 amps

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rip capacity

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25 in.

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Dado Capacity

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3/4 in.

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This RIDGID 15 Amp 10 in. Heavy Duty Portable Table Saw with Stand is equipped with a 4000 RPM motor. It features an updated table saw utility vehicle that provides single-point release for simple 1-step setup and great job site portability. You can easily complete jobs with this saw's user-friendly onboard storage for your miter gauge, extra blades, rip fence and other accessories.

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  • Durable for heavy duty projects
  • 10 in. blade
  • Ability to rip through 4 in. x 4 in. material in a single pass for fast, accurate cuts
  • Front and back clamping fence which features integrated T-slots that give ability to hold select accessories
  • Maximum cut depth of 2-1/4 in. at 45 Degrees and 3-1/2 in. at 90 Degrees for a variety of useful cuts
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Can soft-start circuitry be added to this saw? If so, what will it cost?

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whiskeyjack
Frostbite Falls, MN
March 17, 2013
Soft-start is a deal-breaker on this Ridgid saw because of the surge it will put on breakers and fuses. If this saw is not available with it I'll be buying the Bosch 4100 which DOES have soft-start.
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February 20, 2016
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The soft start circuit is junk, i have had to replace 3 in the last 7 years and now they no longer make the one for my saw and will not honor the lifetime service on it.
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September 9, 2015
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According to the Rigid folks the new model R4513 does have the soft start already installed...
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The saw does not have a soft start for the r4510 but the answer to this question is you can order the soft start circuet the bad part is from ridgid its 62.00 and shipping os 18.00. When i got the part i just took it to acme tools to get it installed and now the saw actually works great and i don't have to worry about the jolt at every start.
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September 26, 2013
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Not a option unless you can build your own. Then there would be a warranty issue. If you are running anything else at the time you would have to be on a 20 amp breaker or fuse with 12ga wire. Extension cords should also be 12ga. on a 20 amp breaker. If you use a 16ga or a 14ga with other things plugged in a tripped fuse or breaker is a sure thing.
BTW - I love the Blues
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April 27, 2013
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Thank you for taking the time to post that, learner. Very informative. 'Never had problems with in-house wiring or circuitry. Only concerned about the safety issue of the 'jump' at startup. Turns out there's more important features than soft-start circuitry to be concerned with. ( I bought the Bosch 4100.) Thanks again.
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April 15, 2013
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Thank you for that, Bigboy. Very helpful.
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Rochester, MN, USA
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April 15, 2013
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The old R4510 had the soft start feature. But now they only offer the R45101 which no longer has the soft start. You can always add the feature at a cost of $110..... forget that.
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Rochester, MN, USA
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April 15, 2013
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I found that you can add this feature to your saw at a cost of $110. That and you have to take apart the entire switch assembly and incorporate the new circuit.
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Frostbite Falls, MN
March 18, 2013
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Soft start is not mentioned in the specs as far as I can tell. It is, however, mentioned several times in the reviews. The most recent mention of it is in a review dated March 1, 2013, ". . . .Had my local Home Depots open up all the other R4510 boxes and none of them had soft starts either. I made a few calls to Ridgid's customer service and they were not aware that the soft start feature had been Read More
Soft start is not mentioned in the specs as far as I can tell. It is, however, mentioned several times in the reviews. The most recent mention of it is in a review dated March 1, 2013, ". . . .Had my local Home Depots open up all the other R4510 boxes and none of them had soft starts either. I made a few calls to Ridgid's customer service and they were not aware that the soft start feature had been discontinued. Apparently the R45101 is a newer version without a soft start. . . ."
That's why I'm asking the question. Maybe someone from Home Depot or Ridgid can clarify what's going on with this model. I want it to work out for me but so far, there are mixed signals coming from several different directions. Read Less
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March 17, 2013
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It already has soft start
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March 17, 2013
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It already has a soft circuitry for the motor installed. I would definately reccommend this saw.
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fremont mi
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March 17, 2013
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I don't think it can be....otherwise it would have been installed originally. Not saying it can't be done as, there is not much that can not be accomplished it today's world. i do not care for the jolt start either...thats why I choose the ridge portable years ago...all the others had the jolt -start & ridid did not ...however the motor went bad in less than 10 hours and rigid will not do anything about Read More
I don't think it can be....otherwise it would have been installed originally. Not saying it can't be done as, there is not much that can not be accomplished it today's world. i do not care for the jolt start either...thats why I choose the ridge portable years ago...all the others had the jolt -start & ridid did not ...however the motor went bad in less than 10 hours and rigid will not do anything about it....even though it came with lifetime warranty???? Read Less
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Can this saw be stored on the cart vertically when not in use?

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April 27, 2016
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Yes it can. In fact, folding up the table for transportation and storage is completely effortless. I was stunned at how easy ti was to collapse and maneuver. The saw is bigger than I expected, but it is designed very well.
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Tyler, TX
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November 28, 2015
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Yes. That is the whole idea. All the accessories will remain in their storage locations and, as long as you bring down the riving knife and blade, nothing protrudes from the top of the table.
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Yes, I do it all the time
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Yes. I stored mine in the garage vertically to save space for three winters with no problems.
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Rockford, MI
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December 30, 2014
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Yes.
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December 17, 2014
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Yes
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December 12, 2014
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Thank you for your interest in RIDGID!
Yes, the R4513 table saw and stand can be folded up and stored away vertically, when not in use.
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RIDGID
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Fresno, TX, USA
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December 11, 2014
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Yes, it is designed to be stored that way. Takes up very little space in the stored position.
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YES!
I have stored mine that way to save space in my garage. I even have bought another MSUV that I mounted my thickness planer, which I store vertically. These stands are very versatile for a shop with limited space!
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Clayton, NC
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December 11, 2014
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Yes.... This saw stands very comfortably in an upright position and you can back it right up to a wall if necessary.
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how sturdy is the stand

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Detroit, Mi
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August 15, 2016
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It is made of tubular steel. It feels sturdy. I have taken it up and down flights of stairs and have cut on it thousands of times. I am pleased with its build construction.
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August 15, 2016
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Very. I don't advise it but I have stood in the saw to change light bulbs. I weigh 207 lbs.
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The stand is very sturdy. I have been using it for about 8 months and have had no issues. Also, the stand is very easy to fold and set back up to facilitate storing the saw when not in use.
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August 14, 2016
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The stand is sturdy. I have ripped heavy 2" barnwood and 2" nominal lumber regularly. It's very sturdy.
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Mooresville
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August 14, 2016
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The stand is very stable. It has 2 of the legs being adjustable for uneven ground. I've had mine for over a year and I'm glad I bought this one. It cuts very accurately and being portable I can easily lift one end and put into my pickup and lift the othe end and push it into the pickup. Safe and easy cause you're not lifting the entire weight.
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August 14, 2016
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Very sturdy, strong and easy to use.
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Roseville CA
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August 13, 2016
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That's a subjective question. It really depends on what you are going to use it for. I'll say this, the stand is sturdy enough to handle the jobs the saw was designed for. I think its tube steel.
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August 13, 2016
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The whole stand and saw is very stable.
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I've had no problem with the saw stand. I've cut up to 4 X 8 ft plywood without a problem.
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can i use a dato blade with this saw

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You can use a dado but you will need to purchase a throat plate that will work with it. I was able to just google R4513 dado throat plate and found several for sale.
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Yes, you can safely use up to a one-half inch dado stack.
You might be able to get a slightly thicker stack on there, but be advised, you should ALWAYS have AT LEAST THREE full turns of thread on the arbor-bolt to secure blades safely. (See manual!)
Some dado stacks are designed differently and have different thicknesses of washers, so you must check your own dado with this saw to find your maximum Read More
Yes, you can safely use up to a one-half inch dado stack.
You might be able to get a slightly thicker stack on there, but be advised, you should ALWAYS have AT LEAST THREE full turns of thread on the arbor-bolt to secure blades safely. (See manual!)
Some dado stacks are designed differently and have different thicknesses of washers, so you must check your own dado with this saw to find your maximum dado width. I use the Freud dado stack with no problems, but I only dado to one-half-inch ( actually 15/32nds)
I know some people who operate their saws with less than three full turns. Two of them are now nick-named "lefty." Read Less
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Yes but have not tried it yet.
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Yes, but you'll need to make a wood table insert.
Horse power is definitely a concern, I'd use a 6" Dado.
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Yes.. It will accommodate up to an 8" diameter set and up to 13/16" width.
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Yes it accepts up to a 6" dado blade. Freud makes some of the best.
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Yes, a 6” maximum diameter dado blade set rated for the saws RPM range can be used on the RIDGID R4510 table saw.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 556 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hands Down My Favorite Table Saw I have owned and extensively used this saw for a year now. Out of the box it was cutting spot on. Prior to purchasing this saw I researched several similar products and settled on this one. Here are my favorite features: *The mobile stand comes with it (huge added value) *The stand is very quick and easy to use (setup and take down is literally seconds) *Well built sturdy structure (I have wheeled this thing up and down stairs and around the block to my neighbors house dozens of times) *Small footprint when being stored (folded up and stored in the corner when not in use) *The fence is smooth and easy to adjust. The measuring tape is spot on as well. *The table top can expand and the tape measure expands with it. *Plenty of power (no problem ripping the face off of 2x4s - thats 3.5" worth of cutting) *Cord is a good length and the cord wrap is convenient (pet peeve of mine is when the cord wrap ends on a turn and you can't secure it properly - this one ends right in the middle [like it should] and has no problem securing) All in all very pleased with the design of this tool. It is a well thought out product. My father in law has used mine enough that he went and got one for himself. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Value Great table saw for a great price. Assembly was relatively easy and once assembled, I was able to make my first project in no time. Cut true with no adjustments needed. August 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent portable table saw!! So I purchased this last week and have only made a few test runs, and one project with it. I'll update my review once I've put some mileage on it, but I wanted to give my initial impressions...which are great!! I spent an inordinate amount of time researching which table saw I wanted to buy. I needed more than the cheap little guys (Ryobi, Kobalt, etc), but I didn't need a cabinet saw. I set my limit at $600 and started comparing. I really wanted one with a stand as my "workshop" is really just my half of the garage, and this would be the biggest thing in it. It came down to this saw, the DeWalt 7491RS, and the Bosch 4100-09. All 3 came with nice stands, and seemed about the same quality build. Reviews were about the same for all 3. The biggest difference I saw between the 3 (besides the price) was the fence. I was disappointed in the Bosch fence as it seemed flimsy and didn't slide very well. And while the DeWalt rack-and-pinion fence system is pretty slick, the fence on the Ridgid was robust, slid easily, locked in repeatably, and had T-tracks to add on jigs and whatnot. I was sold on the Ridgid. The box is pretty big so have a truck or SUV to get it home. It is a little heavy but I was able to move it around by myself. Now it's time to unbox and assemble. First off, the stand is easy to put together. Took me at most 20 minutes. These aren't IKEA-like step by step cartoon instructions, but the wording and lone picture in the book are clear. Seriously, if it takes you more than an hour, you need to rethink why you want a table saw. Apparently, Ridgid is updating the manual as the online version has more detailed assembly instructions than the print book in the box. After the stand is up, 4 bolts attach the saw and away you go. There are leveling feet on the stand and once I got everything tightened down, the stand seemed rock solid. It is ridiculously easy to open, close, and move around. I was a little worried about my toddler being able to pull it over on herself, but she basically climbed the thing while it was folded up without issue. The table is nice and big, and the slide out extension is solid. I can definitely break down sheets on this. Once I got everything put together, I spent the next hour dialing everything in. It needed minor adjustments to the riving knife, bevel, bevel lock, miter gauge, fence, and table extension. All of these items are covered in the book and were fairly straight forward. Surprisingly, the blade was perfectly parallel (as far as I could tell) to the miter slots out of the box. These tasks are perfectly normal and expected for any table saw. The instructions on adjusting the saw were clear, and the only tools needed are a good square, adjustable wrench, and the allen wrench included with the saw. The fence is probably the most important part of a table saw, and I really love this fence. Once adjusted, it locks in parallel to the blade every time. I've taken it off, stored it, gave it to my 2-year old, moved it around, etc, and it still locks in parallel and doesn't wiggle at all. It slides easily, comes off and installs easily, locks in easily. And if it ever does get knocked out, it’s easy to adjust. Seriously, this fence is great. The included blade is probably fine for rough work like ripping 2x stock. However, I swapped out the blade for a 60 tooth Diablo since my first project is a built-in cabinet for my bathroom. Blade install is the typical 2 wrench affair. I like how the blade wrenches and extra blades can store right on the side of the saw. I made some test cuts on plywood scraps and it worked beautifully. Nice long, square, straight rips. I could edge glue these together. For my bathroom project, I broke down full sheets of ¾” and ¼” plywood without issue. I also ripped boards down for the face frame. Everything fit up great. Cuts are straight and square. I was really surprised that the tape for the fence was accurate as installed. I set up all my cuts using a tape measure from the blade to the fence, but when I checked the gauge on the saw, it was dead on. The miter gauge is a lot better than on all the other saws I looked at. There is a little play with the gauge in the miter slot however (I think this changed from the R4510, which had a good and tight miter gauge). This isn't a big deal to me though, as I use my miter saw for these types of cuts. The good news is that the miter slots are the standard 3/4" so it will be easy to make and use jigs like a sled, feather boards, hold-downs, etc. It boggles my mind why other top-name saws use proprietary miter slots and include garbage miter gauges. I really want a dado set for this saw, however I can’t find the dado throat plate in stock anywhere. Apparently it exists, but all the normal suppliers are out of stock. Please Ridgid, make more of these available. So, first impressions are excellent. Awesome stand, awesome fence, big table. It was relatively easy to tune and so far everything has stayed where I put it. Initial cuts were spot on. Once I've completed a few more projects, I'll update this review with anything new. July 6, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Total disappointment. I have owned the old version of this saw (TS400) that I bought when it was already about 9 or10 years old and it was still a great saw until I did something stupid and bent the shaft which most parts are discontinued and that old saw is built solid. I really wanted to fix it but couldn't get the part anywhere. So today I go get the new one and put it together and see that it is not the same saw as the one on the shelf. Feels cheap and flimsy. Until now I considered Ridgid to be a proffessional tool company but not anymore. This saw is not a quality built tool. And the bad part is I haven't even used it yet. No wonder they dropped the price August 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Value Portable Table Saw Well engineered and a great saw for the money. Folds and rolls about easily and has a quality feel. The rip fence is solid and accurate, the saw is stable. Both stationary legs are adjustable in height. The only "cheap" feeling component is the plastic saw height adjustment knob. Other than that, could not be more pleased. BUT... the directions consist of an exploded drawing and few instructions that are confusing at best. Parts are numbered and are to be mated - 3 attaches to 3 for example. But in one case the parts were mismarked and 3 attached to 4. So be prepared to spend 30 minutes assembling an engineering puzzle before you get to use your saw. Once you do, however, you'll like it! P.S. The box is BIG. Had to leave my trunk partially open to get it home. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Portable 10" table saw One of the best tools I've purchased in a long time. Using it outside and it clouded up and began to rain. I pushed the foot release and in a few seconds had it folded and rolled into the shed. Has plenty of power to rip a couple of 2x4's. The adjustable folding legs were a little tricky to install and set up but after I relocated one of the pivot point attachments everything worked well.. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Superb All the features and quality needed for job site professionals or the handyman. If you are upgrading from Ryobi or Harbor Freight you will appreciate this saw. Folding stand is great for storage when not in use. Table is a large enough to handle a 4x8 sheet by yourself (with care). 10 inch blade and motor is powerful. Blade cutting adjustment is superior to more expensive brands. Well packaged for the typically rough handling during delivery. Almost fully assembled out of the box. Instructions for assembling the stand could be improved and brought up to current acceptable standards for a product of this quality, brand, and expense. July 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Value This is a good value for a DIY'er table saw. Easy to assemble. The stand works very well. A couple things to be aware of: 1. The rip fence doesn't always lock down square with the blade. fwiw, most saws in this class do the same thing. I cleaned the slides. Waxed the slides. That helped. There is a label on the rear slide that I removed. That helped a lot. 2. The miter gauge is very loose in the slot. I think that is just a result of the tolerances of the machining of the slot and gauge. I put an aftermarket gauge on my saw. August 11, 2016
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  • bvseo_sdk, java_sdk, bvseo-3.1.1
  • CLOUD, getContent, 16ms
  • REVIEWS, PRODUCT