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Blade Runner X2 Portable Tabletop Saw
  • Rockwell
  • Model RK7323
  • Internet #205611390
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Blade Runner X2 Portable Tabletop Saw

$101.97 /each
Discontinued Model:

Model # RK7321

Internet #203390576

Rockwell Blade Runner with Wall Mount
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Discontinued Rockwell

Blade Runner with Wall Mount

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The Ultimate Cutting Machine. The BladeRunner is a compact, easy-to-use table-top saw designed to cut wood, metal, plastic, and ceramic tile. It is lightweight and portable; the perfect addition for any job site. No more holding a saw in one hand and your material in the other; the BladeRunner offers fixed blade placement so you have both hands on the material for easier, more precise results.Quick-Mounting and Portable Design. With the BladeRunner, there's no need for bulky workbenches or multiple tools. Simply mount the cutter to the wall with the included wall mount, or on any bench top surface. The 5.5-Amp power provides reliable performance without unnecessary bulk. At 13.2 pounds, the BladeRunner is easy to take to and from the job-site.

  • Powered by a 5.5A motor, the BladeRunner cuts right through wood, metal, plastics, and ceramic tile
  • Connect any shop vacuum to the dust hose connection to keep work area clear
  • Replace bulky workbenches; simply mount the BladeRunner to the wall with the included wall mount
  • Variable speed control allows more power for rip cuts or slow it down for your more precise cuts
  • Durable, low-friction stainless steel tabletop
  • Rubber stabilizing pads cover the feet of the BladeRunner to ensure there is no damage to your work site
  • Comes with wall mount, miter gauge/rip fence and 5 t-shank assorted jigsaw blades

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What is the thickest piece of wood you can cut.

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The recommended thickest wood would be 1&1/2 inches.
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The maximum cutting capacity for a piece of wood is 1-1/2". A standard t-shank wood blade is included with the product along with 4 other blades.
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Blade Runner with Wall Mount is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 28.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not a precision tool I have found it too be a handy tool but since it is a form of jigsaw, the blade can twist and/or drift, including when one is using the miter jig or circle cutting jig. These are problems that can usually be overcome by careful usage once one is aware of these issues. The safety hold-down is not as strong as needed for certain situations like cutting pvc pipe. Also, when using the circle cutting jig, it is not necessary to go through the bother of screwing on the centering pin attachment provided by Rockwell; simply drill a 5/32-inch or #20 hole through the center of the object to be cut and use that drill as a centering pin.
Date published: 2014-09-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not a true scroll saw This is a well thought out machine and is good for cutting all types of material. It is like an inverted sabre saw with a small table. I was looking for a true scroll saw and this one can do some things, but when you have a large piece that you need to rotate and cut, the arm can obstruct the turn requiring you to flip the work over. I would not recommend it for fine scroll type work. The blades are similar to a sabre saw. Works excellent for straight cuts
Date published: 2013-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product! Makes the jig saw obsolete. I've been impressed with the capability and versatility of the bladerunner. Gone are the days of making curve cuts with a jigsaw only to have the blade bend and leave a bevel behind. Good value and extremely versatile.
Date published: 2012-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love it! My husband bought this for me two years ago. I was building a woodworking project with many unknowns and thought it was time to give it a try. This machine let me make very specific parts for my project like saddle joints. When cutting small detailed pieces, I could hold the piece with pliers and was able to get safely close to the blade. It lets you shave off the smallest amount of wood to get a great fit. when cutting aluminum square tubing I learned to make the first cut then rotate the piece to cut the final side. I've read that it vibrates but my recommendation would be to learn to use the hold down mechanisms (available on You Tube) and it will not vibrate. the Blade Runner was a great compliment for my woodworking needs!
Date published: 2013-10-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great tool for home projects I got this saw for a couple different projects around the house, and it has worked great! Swapping out between blades is very quick and easy, it has power to spare, even with 1/4" steel plate (takes longer, obviously), and the jig blade minimum radius is around 1". The wall mount is great for storage, but I would recommend making its own stand, as projects tend to extend past the back of the saw. Overall I love this saw and would highly recommend!
Date published: 2013-01-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Accurate saw for small projects, powerful for its size While researching how to salvage my old band saw with worn-out drive wheels, I found this Blade Runner online. It looked like it would do all the things I expected from a band saw -- and more. This powerful, accurate little machine keeps its promises. I keep a supply of sharp blades and the Blade Runner makes projects more fun and less frustrating, even for woodworker wannabes like me.
Date published: 2013-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great go between from a scroll saw to a saber saw. I watched several product videos on You Tube before purchase. Very satisfied with the construction and ease of use. Great addition to my shop. Just a matter of time before other manufacturers do the copy thing. It's that good.
Date published: 2013-07-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not a Tile Saw; Overall Good Overall; a good product and extremely versatile. Better at the straight cuts, but perhaps that is a reflection of its owner! Not a replacement for a scroll saw when it comes to fine details. Yes it can cut tile, but it is not a substitute for a tile cutter or a true tile saw. Overall, very satisfied.
Date published: 2013-05-06
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