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Ryobi 15 Amp 10 in. Table Saw


15 Amp 10 in. Table Saw

  • Large 25"x17" table provides support for large ripping operations
  • Heavy duty steel stand
  • Powerful 15 Amp motor
$12900 /each

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Ryobi Hero
Feature 1

25 in. x 17 in. table provides support for large ripping operations

Feature 2

Adjustable miter gauge for accurate cross cuts

Feature 3

24-tooth carbide-tipped blade handles a variety of cuts

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15 amps

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rip capacity


12 in.

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cutting depth


3 in.

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3 year


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The Ryobi 10 in. 15 Amp Table Saw includes a durable steel stand and is lightweight and easy to use, making it a great addition to any tool collection. Powered by a 15 Amp motor, it can generate up to 5000 RPM for powerful cutting and the 25 in. x 17 in. table provides support for large ripping operations. The saw also features an adjustable miter gauge for accurate cross cutting.

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  • Heavy-duty steel stand provides solid support
  • Tough, 15 Amp motor delivers 5000 RPM for powerful performance
  • Rip fence easily guides material during rip cuts
  • Lightweight design for easy transport
  • Large on/off switch for accessibility and visibility
  • Adjustable miter gauge for accurate cross cuts
  • Rack and pinion blade height adjustment provides accurate depth control
  • 24-tooth carbide-tipped blade for a variety of cuts
  • Table-mounted push stick storage
  • 3-year limited warranty
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Name 15 Amp 10 in. Table Saw 10 in. Portable Table Saw with Quick Stand 15 Amp Corded Electric 10 in.Table Saw with Folding Stand 15 Amp 10 in. Compact Table Saw
Brand Ryobi Ryobi Skil RIDGID
Ratings (381) (211) (99) (159)
Blade Diameter 10 10 10 in 10 in
Bench or Stationary Stationary Bench Bench Bench
Table Length (in.) 25 34 20 19
Table Width (in.) 17 19 26 28
Rip Capacity - Right 12 27 24.25 in 24 in
Power Tool Features Bag Included,Blade Guard System Blade Guard System,Stand Included Stand Included Blade Guard System
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Customer Questions & Answers

Does anyone have a problem with the locking lever? Mine wont lock in place.

Asked by: atlhky
It doesn't feel like it locks up tight, but it does hold. It will move out of place if jarred or moved around roughly, so it is good practice to put a speed square against the blade every so often. I just kind of take it with a grain of salt and realize with the low price you are not going to really get a precision tool, but you will get a tool that can get the job done if you remain vigilant and measure twice, Check you saw adjustment Thrice. and cut once real nice. In my opinion, the part of this saw that really sucks is the fence. When setting it up for a rip, make sure to measure from the front of the blade to the fence and then also measure from the back of the blade to the fence. Otherwise, chances are the fence will be cockeyed. All in all, for the price, I would recommend this. But if you can afford something of higher quality then spend the extra. I give this 3 stars out of 5 for quality and 4.5 stars for value.
Answered by: Nicochise
Date published: 2017-03-29

Can this be used to cut Laminate flooring?

Should a smaller blade be installed to cut 12mm laminate?
Asked by: Diyer31
The blade size is not important, you should simply adjust it to just barely extend through the material. Be sure to use a fine tooth blade, preferably carbide as many laminates contain MDF which will very quickly dull a standard blade. If you just want to rip laminate flooring with this saw, it will do fine. If you want to do cross cuts, may I suggest either a chop saw or a saw specifically made for flooring. I have used a flooring saw made by Skil (there are several different models, this is just what I used) to do several rooms and it was a great investment. It sits on the floor and is very portable. All I needed to do is to mark the piece for the wall cut, put it against the fence, and draw the saw blade over it. It can also be used to do rip cuts and angled cross cuts, although long rip cuts would be easier on a table saw. The flooring saw cannot be used (easily) for angled rip cuts. For that one would need a table saw and an appropriate jig.
Answered by: JohnF
Date published: 2017-06-21

Is the stand collapsable for stoarge or does it remain attached to the saw?

Asked by: FLDIYer
once bolted on if you desire you can remove 4 bolts to disconnect base from table saw unit but both keep their footprint. leg/base assembly can be disassembled to store it but no-one would do that. i treat mine as one unit and just move the whole thing around it is light enough even if awkward to move. It isn't that good a saw. it works buy angle cutting is shotty and the locking lever hits the height wheel. There is no place to store accessories so misplacing them is easy too. If you use a good saw once youll immediately feel and see why they cost much more. the sliding T square on this is sloppy in the groove so exact cuts are difficult the same is true for the rip fence -it doesn't ride the rails tight enough so triple checking the distance on each end is absolutely necessary or the cuts will not be straight (best case) or jam and if you try to force the cut you may get seriously injured (worse case). For a weekend warrior with close is cool wood working skills this will suffice if alot of care is taken but i have had cuts 1/8" off in a 4 inch cut using the T slide until i realized the inaccuracies of this and adjusted how i held the T slide and wood pieces. the lack of tool storage and table work extensions for the table make a very non semi let alone non-pro saw.
Answered by: ronf57
Date published: 2017-05-30

Can the guide change angle to allow for angled cuts? Or would I need a miter saw?

For instance, when making the bottom of a ladder angled.
Asked by: Crys
Hi, Crys. Yes, this unit comes with a miter gauge. but the fence as stated in the comments, will not change the angle for you. If you are looking to do alot of angled cuts. A miter saw might be better. It will also give you a smoother cut.
Answered by: Ryobi Tools Team
Date published: 2017-05-30
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Customer Reviews

15 Amp 10 in. Table Saw is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 381.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I will say this first off. If you are like me, you may be looking at buying this saw because a) y... I will say this first off. If you are like me, you may be looking at buying this saw because a) you're on a budget b) limited space and c) read reviews before a purchase. I think the saw is a great table saw for the beginner or someone with experience. It's simple and makes straight cuts once you set it up properly. You can't just take this out of the box and start making miter cuts. The stand is sturdy and easy to put together, and squaring the blade isn't all that difficult as well. The table itself is decent for small cuts, and smooth. Ryobi does put these stupid stickers on the table which take some time to rub off. Not sure why they couldn't put them elsewhere or at least not use super duper can't get this darn sticker off adhesive. I haven't found anything that bogs this saw down yet, and I've had it for a couple weeks. Some things about the saw that really aren't that great: The miter gauge is complete garbage(unless modified) and has a whole lot of slop when it slides in the t-slots. I already knew I was going to buy a new gauge before I bought the saw, because when you buy a saw you get a better gauge and a new blade right off the bat. Those two things are just the stock parts they put on the saw to get you going. So yeah I thought that was going to be a simple fix, but uh nope it wasn't. Here is the catch! The t-slots aren't the industry standard size of 3/4''. They are instead 5/8'' for some unknown reason that bewilders me. I contacted Ryobi about this so I could purchase new rails that actually fit snug and weren't all sloppy. They only responded with "the slots are within spec of the table" as to which I replied.."I have worked at a machine shop making Industrial Knives. Our tolerances were somewhere within the plus or minus .001 of an inch. So are your tolerances half an inch?" No response back yet. The slop is caused by the miter gauge track not being tight to the t-slot. It can move around anywhere from 1/16'' to a 1/4''. So making nice 45's for picture frames isn't going to happen. For a temp fix I put two layers of clear packing tape along the edge of the gauge track which made the whole thing work properly. No slop. The tape won't last long, or it may. I however will be purchasing 5/8'' cold-rolled steel to make my own tracks and gauge. The next thing of concern would be the fence. It works great and stays tight but you have to measure both ends before cutting if you want a straight cut. Since I was a kid my dad always said measure both ends of the fence to your table so you know it will be precise. So I have always done that and will continue whether this fence is great or not. If you don't want to measure or make your own fence, then steer clear of this saw just for that. Otherwise it is decent. Lastly is the saw dust. It goes everywhere. Not sure if a hose system would work but that project is way on the bottom of my list. If you can't stand saw dust(why are you buying a saw then?) this saw may not be an option for you. Overall if you have a few extra Benjamin's to throw around then go ahead and buy a better saw. If not then this little guy would do the trick if you are into home renovation projects like myself, or some other small hobby. Contractors and builders aren't looking at this saw anyway. Other than the fact you need a better blade, miter gauge, and to make your own sled(which will make your cuts so much better) this saw performs well to what I expected. Will I ever get a new saw after this one? Most likely once I get better at woodworking and want much better precision, which may be many years down the road.
Date published: 2017-02-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I bought this product on 03/06/17. Easy to put together and operate. The first use it worked like... I bought this product on 03/06/17. Easy to put together and operate. The first use it worked like a dream. Was very happy with it. Upon the second use, did two boards and it just shut off, no power so on 0/30/17 called the hotline for a troubleshoot. The tech said it was a common problem due to the switch malfunction he told us to return to store for replacement. So will be giving it another shot with the replacement. If it hadn't stopped working it met my expectations nicely. But having it less than a month and using it twice is why I gave it a 2 star rating. I would not recommend it due to the inconvenience it has cause me.
Date published: 2017-03-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I purchased this saw a few weeks ago. Easy to assemble, nice and rigid once affixed. However the ... I purchased this saw a few weeks ago. Easy to assemble, nice and rigid once affixed. However the locking lever that allows for adjusting the angle comes loose when using. There is a (believe it or not) plastic hex nut. Plastic, really? anyway with an allen wrench you still cannot tighen it. It is a design flaw. Additionally, the locking lever contacts the crank to move the blade up and down. It is amazing that this thing made it to production given that these things are easy to re-engineer cheaply. I took it back to Home Depot and they gave me a full refund so I cannot complain.
Date published: 2017-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I would like to start out by stating that I am a complete novice at any type of construction work... I would like to start out by stating that I am a complete novice at any type of construction work and this is the first table that I have both purchased and used. After researching some of reviews on various table saws I had come to the conclusion that the Ryobi would be a reliable and inexpensive way to venture into table saws. Frankly I was very pleasantly surprised at how easy it was to setup and use. The saw handles very well and (in my estimation) cuts very true. I did; by the advice of others purchase a sixty tooth blade and that did make my cuts a lot smoother. The only drawback (again as pointed out by others) is the lack of a dust collection duct. Frankly that does not bother me and I enjoy working with the saw.
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I am working on building some kitchen chairs and I have a bunch of 2x4, 1x6, etc that I needed to... I am working on building some kitchen chairs and I have a bunch of 2x4, 1x6, etc that I needed to rip down in size. I was told that ripping these with a circular saw would be dangerous and overly difficult so I went to home depot to purchase nice 2x2 stock instead of ripping my 2x4's. As soon as I saw that the 2x2 stock was picked at over 8 dollars a piece I realized that buying this inexpensive table saw would be a better decision and then I can rip as much stock from the existing wood I have and also have it for a bunch of future projects. The first thing I did was replace the blade with a Diablo 40T general purpose blade I had purchased for my miter saw. Tis took a cheaper saw and turned it into a great, inexpensive weekend table saw. Putting this together took less than 30 minutes and within an hour I was ripping my first 2x4. My saw actually came perfectly aligned right out of the box, which I checked with a square. It cuts beautifully, is light enough to easily move around and had plenty of power. People expecting this to rival a 500 dollar saw may be disappointed but you have to keep thing in perspective and realize this is a diy saw that is affordable and has all of the features the weekend warrior needs. I highly recommend this saw for the no professional who has been on the fence about buying a table saw. I fantastic buy!
Date published: 2017-03-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Bought this as a gift for my father. Who loves to work with wood and is retiring soon. He buil... Bought this as a gift for my father. Who loves to work with wood and is retiring soon. He built a small table with it just a few weeks after getting it. Works great for the weekend hobbyist or small projects. It does produce a lot of saw dust that collects under the saw. But that is really the only draw back he has talked about.
Date published: 2017-04-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I like the affordability and quality of all Ryobi tools I have but this model would have had a mu... I like the affordability and quality of all Ryobi tools I have but this model would have had a much higher rating were it not for the table top design. Thin folded, rolled or forged metal as opposed to solid cast. I have to question the durability. Also note that the surface flatness tolerance left somewhat to be desired. I am sure that it will adequately serve its purpose when exercising care and consideration per cut, after all it is generally a good practice to check twice cut once.
Date published: 2017-04-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from It works great... until something breaks. The power button just died in between cuts randomly. Hu... It works great... until something breaks. The power button just died in between cuts randomly. Huge inconvenience as I make products to order and now have to get them cut at my dad's house (where his age-old Black and Decker still works fine) while I wait around 5 weeks for this repair. I'm lucky I was able to locate my online receipt and that it falls within the 3 year warranty (7 months till 3 yr mark). I have bought a lot of Ryobi products and noticing cheapness on this and the jigsaw which I will seek warranty repair as well. I guess you get what you pay for. Also the design is kinda stupid. The angle adjustment needs work too because it gets stuck behind the saw wheel (that raises the the saw from the bed) when you actually use it to bevel a cut. I struggled to get it out, and now its loose and slightly stripped b/c it's made of plastic. I wish I would have spent the extra $50 or so for a more quality tool. I really hope my more expensive all-electric lawn equipment by Ryobi doesn't suffer the same fate.
Date published: 2017-03-01
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