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Ryobi

Model TSS102L

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15-Amp 10 in. Sliding Miter Saw with Laser

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  • Machined cast-in miter scale enables accurate table alignment
  • 1-1/4 in. dust port connects to common household vacuum hoses
  • 3-year limited warranty

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Feature 1

Includes 15 Amp sliding compound miter saw, 10 in. carbide-tipped blade, work clamp, blade wrench, (2) table extensions and and dust bag

Feature 2

- Miter and Bevel at 0: 1-1/2" x 11-1/2" OR 3-1/2" - Miter @ 45 Bevel @ 0: 1-1/2" x 7-1/4" - Miter @ 0 Bevel @ 45: 1-1/2" x 11-1/2" - Miter and Bevel at 45: 1-1/2" x 7-1/4"

Feature 3

3-year limited warranty

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amperage

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15 amps

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max speed

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4,800 rpm

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cord length

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6 ft.

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Warranty

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3 year

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Perform angled cuts up to 45 Degree on boards up to 8 in. wide with the Ryobi 15-Amp 10 in. Sliding Miter Saw with Laser. Common crown moulding angles have positive miter stops with ball and detent action for precise repetitive cuts, while a quick-action lever allows users to override any of the nine preset stops to lock in any angle. This 4800 RPM saw makes everyone a precision craftsman courtesy of the integrated laser that depicts the cutline along the workpiece.

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  • Includes (1) 15-Amp sliding compound miter saw, (1) 10 in. carbide-tipped blade, (1) work clamp, (1) blade wrench and (1) dust bag
  • Maximum crosscut dimensions: 90 Degree - 3-1/2 in. x 12 in.; 45 Degree - 2 in. x 8 in.
  • Sliding head provides maximum capacity for up to 12 in. W boards at vertical bevel
  • Miter stops located at most common crown molding angles: 0 degree, 15 degree, 22.5 degree, 31.6 degree and 45 degree (left and right)
  • Adjustable exact-line laser alignment system accurately aligns cutline with blade and is internally powered (no batteries required)
  • Extended miter ranges from 45 Degree left to 50 Degree right to accommodate a wide variety of cuts
  • Miter detent override provides quick-action lever bypass with one simple motion
  • Equipped with horizontal D-handle for utmost visibility and comfort
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What are the amps for this saw?

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The product details specify both 15 and 13 amps, which one is correct?
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The sliding saw is 15 amps. The compound saw is 13 amps.
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The 10" sliding miter saw with laser has a 15 amp motor.
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April 9, 2015
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Clamps? Yes one. Can be moved from one side to the other.
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It is a 15 amp saw
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March 29, 2015
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I too have seen 13amp and 15amp listing...I bought the TSS102L model and is listed as 15amp on motor nameplate. Only thing I can think is RYOBI did not change info. from "blue" colored model to the "green" colored model ...???
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Pulaski Tennessee
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March 19, 2015
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Either refer to the owners manual or the saw usually has the amps on the motor housing. The model I have TSS102L lists it as a 15 amp saw...
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March 11, 2015
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No load 8.5 A, cutting a pine 2x4 10.8 A.
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15
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March 10, 2015
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This product has a 15 amp motor.
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is it a single or double bevel saw

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It is a single bevel saw. I have this saw and it is a great saw, easy to adjust and once adjusted it will make very precise cuts. See picture below to see how accurate it can make bevel cuts.
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Single only
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Single
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Single, tilts to the right.
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single
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Single
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Yes it is
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March 30, 2015
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This product is a single bevel saw.
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Would I be able to cut 5 inch wide maple hardwood with this saw?

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Yes you can . Will handle cross cuts up to 12 inches wide.
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I don't see why not, it can cut up to 12" wide, although I have not tried anything that wide yet, but I have used it for 2x6 treated lumber.
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Yes, crosscut up to 12".
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Yes
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The clamp would reach to hold your work. Prob should be using a table saw.
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Yes, you can cut a 2X12 board at 90°
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Hi RebOrn, yes you can cut a piece of wood that is 12 " inches wide X 1 1/2 " inches thick, so that will definitely take care of a piece of 5 inch wide maple.
Check out page 25 of the use and care manual.
This miter saw will also cut moulding up to 5 1/4" inches.
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/fe/feff4378-d09e-4cee-95da-753776011044.pdf
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It would work to cut clay bricks?

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I want to cut pavers, clay bricks for edges.
This would works or I have to buy a wet miter?
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Cutting brick kicks up a LOT of dust, which will damage your motor. Get a used circular saw or angle grinder off Craigslist, or buy a cheap angle grinder for $20 from Harbor Freight for cutting bricks. This saw is for cutting wood, and should last for many years if treated right.
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I would buy a wet saw.
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You would need the correct blade , But I would not because of dust not good on motor , use a old saw
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It is a wood saw.
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I would not use this saw for tile or pavers. Your best bet is a wet tile cutting saw
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I would either buy a brick chisel or if you have a 4 or 41/2 inch angle grinder with a dry diamond blade you will be able to cut the brick or any masonry. I use my little 4" grinder and I can quickly make any cut I need...
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No. You will need to purchase a brick/tile wet saw. This saw is made for cutting wood.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best 10 inch slider I've owned I've owned Delta 12", and Kobalt 10", the Kobalt was the worst, but this Ryobi's simplicity is great. Light weight and square out of the box. I'd like it if the laser was a more adjustable. Dust collection isn't great but neither is any od the other saws dust collection. I removed the side extenders because they don't slide in and out, the table supports make up for that. I haven't tried to cut crown moulding with it yet, but I have a Kreg Jig for that. I did upgrade to a Freud Fusion 10" 60 tooth blade made for sliders and it cuts great $76. For the money and you buy the miter saw table with it, you cant go wrong. April 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice saw for the price I bought my first miter saw from Lumber Liquidators when I had to put down some flooring in my condo after a flood in 2014. Compared to that, this is light years better. The positive locking table is like a miracle to me...the old one had no locks and the cast markings were nowhere close to accurate. When it came time to finish up my baseboards, I knew I needed something more precise but didn't want to break the budget. This fit the bill perfectly and I am very pleased with it. I like that the laser works off the AC power and not batteries. I did replace the blade right away with a 60 tooth Diablo since the bulk of my projects at this point is in finishings, but it was just as well as my table saw needed a new blade anyway, so it got the hand-me-down. This thing is pretty light compared to my old one, quieter, and just seems to cut so much better. Only cons I would say is the post for the hold-down clamp uses a vertical friction method to keep it in place that just doesn't work that great. Will likely McGyver it to use a pin or something. Also the slide action of the saw itself seems "dry" in a sense in that there are spots where it seems to stick a bit. It's not enough to be a problem and a spot of oil would probably take care of it. May 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Novice DIY'er For the price it has all the bells and whistles. I'm sure it can't hold a dewalts' nuts and bolts but for less than 1/3 the cost....for simple molding and chair making I don't need much. September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by fabulous purchese Just getting into DIY projects . Project working on now is installing 1x8 white pine planking in my sunroom walls .Started the other day using a regular chop /miter saw but it only could cut 6 inchs so on every cut had to flip wood so i could complete cut and prayed i didn't mess up face on board. Decided to go purchases a royobi 10 inch sliding compound miter saw. So glad i did cut the planks with out having to flip them over . the cut edges come out great can't even notice the seams . I know there there but if the wife is happy so am I . I own many tools from royobi mainly 18 volt plus one love every one plus 10 inch table saw which i am starting to get better on using it on this project . Thanks for making awesome tools . Cant wait until; I grow my collection even bigger!!! August 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by is a good saw ,light weight a good saw ,lightweight , i am happy with my saw ,easy to work September 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by better than expected I am a name brand buyer, but just needed this for a small job. It worked well and did everything I wanted. September 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice saw for the price! Used it to chop 2x4; 2x6; 2x8; and trims boards. Works great! August 31, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by nice saw for the price light weigh and very easy to use the laser cut line April 12, 2016
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