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Ryobi 15 Amp 10 in. Table Saw
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Ryobi

15 Amp 10 in. Table Saw

  • Large 25"x17" table provides support for large ripping operations
  • Heavy duty steel stand
  • Powerful 15 Amp motor
$129.00 /each

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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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amperage

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15 amps

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rip capacity

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12 in.

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cutting depth

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3 in.

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Warranty

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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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Power Tool Features Blade Guard System,No Tool Blade Change Bag Included,Blade Guard System Stand Included Blade Guard System
Blade Diameter 4 10 10 in 10 in
Rip Capacity - Right 6 12 24.25 in 24 in
Table Length (in.) 16.10 25 20 19
Table Width (in.) 17.50 17 26 28
Bench or Stationary Stationary Stationary Bench Bench
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Is the stand collapsable for stoarge or does it remain attached to the saw?

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August 28, 2016
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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 Read More
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.
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May 17, 2016
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Hi FLDIYer. This stand does not collapse.
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May 8, 2016
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The stand is not callapsable. It remains attached to the saw. However, I've been doing woodworking for over 60 years and this is an excellent saw for the price.
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May 8, 2016
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Not collapsible , it's bolted together and to the saw. I didn't use my stand though, I built a rolling cart with an output table that can be used as a workbench.
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May 8, 2016
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No it is not collapsible You will need space to store this
No the stand is not collapsible
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Stand can not be folded up for storage
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May 7, 2016
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The stand would need to be disassembled.
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Does anyone have a problem with the locking lever? Mine wont lock in place.

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July 27, 2016
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I can't turn the blade lifting dial without bumping into the bevel locking lever each time around. Why are they so close together? an additional 1/4" and i would have enough room.
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Locking lever? On the fence? There is a screw on the far end of the fence that tightens the lever.
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April 25, 2016
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Hi deadpoole! We can try a few steps to see what the issue may be. First, is the level sitting on the nut that is behind the lever? If not, you should be able to pull the lever toward you and move the lever left and right until it sits on the nut. The lever acts as if it was a wrench, meaning you have to move that nut to the right with the lever, then pull the lever toward you and back on to the nut. Read More
Hi deadpoole! We can try a few steps to see what the issue may be. First, is the level sitting on the nut that is behind the lever? If not, you should be able to pull the lever toward you and move the lever left and right until it sits on the nut. The lever acts as if it was a wrench, meaning you have to move that nut to the right with the lever, then pull the lever toward you and back on to the nut. Keep with this movement unit you feel it tighten. If this does not work, it could mean the lever is stripped. If you find this is the case, please contact us so we can check on your warranty. You may reach us at 1-800-525-2579. Read Less
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April 25, 2016
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If there is no tension then take the locking lever and turn it to the right like you are aturning a screw
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April 25, 2016
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I had a huge problem with it and ended up returning the unit for my money back. It is a design flaw. The locking lever is situated too close to the height adjustment knob. They need to redesign this thing.
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The lever is spring loaded, you may have to pull it back and loosen then let it rest and tighten a few times
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April 25, 2016
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Not at all. This inexpensive saw has worked great for me. I laid over 800 sq. ft. of hardwood flooring and it worked like a charm. There is a lot of plastic on the saw table. Perhaps a piece is broken.
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Can I cut soffit panels. 12"

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Miketd11, yes you can I raise the blade so it does not fully go through the plastic and once it goes through the saw, you can break the plastic sheet without breaking the plastic. Although I have also cut plastic with the blade protruding. In either case, make sure you have a good sharp blade.
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With the correct blade. Get a plywood blade. Something with as many TPI (teeth per inch) as you can get. By soft panels I assume you mean Ty-Vek or something like that.
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Yes you can....
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I would say yes but be sure to use the saw with the safety guard in place to protect against kick back. Slide the panels through evenly. You will need to adjust the blade to no more than 1/2 inch above cutting deck.
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I need a table saw for small craft projects mostly cutting 1x's and 2x's. Would this be a good saw for me?

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Absolutely. And it should last you quite a while. I would say that it is perfect for you.
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Lou, I have this saw and a 12" cross cut saw. Although you can do it with this saw, I suggest you consider a 7" cross cut saw. You can purchase one probably at the same price or cheaper, and It would be easier to cut 1 and 2" cuts and easily make angle cuts.
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Yes, great saw for your application.
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Probably, but depending on how long you cut your pieces, a powered miter saw (chop saw) would be much faster. If you need to make say, 10-20 cuts of the same measurement, then a chop saw is the way to go.
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 215 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Cheap and nasty. The motor may be fairly powerful, but that's about all you can say. The mitre gauge is not precise and there is considerable slop in the mitre slot. The mitre slots themselves are not standard width, so no accessories will fit, and they are not even a consistent width with themselves so a crosscut sled, for instance, will either have slop or will jam and not push through smoothly. The fence has to be measured carefully before every cut, because it won't lock perpendicular to the blade unless you take the time to do it yourself, nudging the back and front by fractions of an inch to get it straight. Good table saws can't be made this cheaply. If you can't afford a better one, save up, or get one used. August 24, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Decent enough The quality of this saw is very high and it appears the value is excellent as well based on similar comparisons. I am a huge fan of Ryobi products and haven't had any trouble with them so far. Assembly takes about an hour and can be a tad tricky if you're unfamiliar with saws. Where I find the saw to fail miserably is the miter gauge, it's very loose and unstable. This is disappointing as I primarily purchased this saw for the miter gauge cuts. If you plan on doing any medium to large miter cuts this saw is probably not for you. Luckily Home Depot was generous enough to let me return it without hassle. October 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great for the home owner This is by no means a professional table saw. There are nice, more feature laden table saws to choose from. But if you're just doing projects around the house and need to rip and finish cut pieces for that project, then save your cash and grab this little thing. The fence leave a tad to be desired, but the measurements on the built in tape were pretty spot on. The fence, like I said, isn't all that great. You have to make sure it's straight and doesn't step out when you lock it down. A couple times doing it and you get the hang of it. If you really want a fence that works, get the yellow brand with the rack system fence. But bring your money bags because it's 3-4 times as much as this Ryobi. October 18, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by easy to assemble, adequate for my purposes. a tad on the flimsy side but it is what I expected for the price point. "safety arms" get in the way more than they help but are easy enough to sit out of the way. October 25, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Needs some improvement Some of the issues with the Ryobi 10" table saw include what appears to be a blade guard that is under the working surface of the table saw. due to position and width of the guard it makes it difficult to change out blades and doesn't allow for stacking blades. They only provide 1-Throat plate and due to the blade opening in the Throat Plate it doesn't allow for using a stacked blade set. In regards to the referencing of the throat and width, in the event you needed to remove the Throat plate the space that remains open does not provide for a continuous smooth feed. The Blade angle adjustment is completely manual and the orientation of the release and locking arm makes it difficult to get an exact angle. For the $$ it's good for small projects, standard usage and perhaps the Do-it-yourselfers. September 28, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by not bad saw for the price and used for had a little problem getting blade to 90 degree angle. Have used for limited time but found a major problem with throat plate not level with table. Almost impossible to cut non thru cuts of a consistent depth on narrow stock. Saw there is no replacement for the plate so only way is to build up the plate. Difference is so small that I can only think of using layers of tape to build it up. Cannot use screws thru plywood as one person suggested since plate is not held with screws. Any suggestions?? September 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Durable and Accurate Since molding and Qtr round cost so much, I have been ripping 2 x 4 studs to make my own. I have ripped enough to make all the trim for my brother's home remodel. This saw has handled the work admirably. I take the ripped lumber straight to the planer and then to the router. This Ryobi table saw has been my work horse. I have another table saw that cost a lot more, but I like my Ryobi better. Yes I recommend this saw to everyone. I have other Ryobi tools and I would give all of them a 5 Star rating. October 3, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by saw not a bad saw for the money. Has power and it seems to work well enough... October 7, 2016
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