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15 Amp 10 in. Left Tilt 52 in. Contractor Table Saw with Cast Iron Wings

  • Powerful 15 amp Induction motor handles the most demanding jobs
  • Large 52 in. Right side rip and 15 in. left side rip capacities
  • 5 Year contractor warranty
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Product Overview

The Delta 10 in. Contractor Saw features an industry standard tool-free split guard design that allows a true rise-and fall riving knife by using a lever on the inside the throat plate. It has a tool-less assembly of the riving knife and anti-kickback pawls. There is a large, easy to access ON/OFF switch and the Blade Brake stops the blade within seconds of the power being turned off.
  • Unique tubular stand for maximum support and stability
  • Ease of mobility with 2 fixed wheels and 1 swivel wheel
  • Cast iron table top with LH and RH cast iron extension wings
  • Heavy duty 1-piece rail system for precision cuts every time
  • Quick assembly stand with less parts, allows fast assembly
  • Heavy duty biesemeyer style fence with dual rip windows
  • Heavy duty RH extension board with support legs

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Blade Diameter
Maximum Cut Depth @ 90 Deg.
Product Depth (in.)
Product Height (in.)
Product Width (in.)
Work Table Surface
in. x in.


Amperage (amps)
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Table Saw
Blade Diameter (in.)
Blade Location
Blade Speed
Color Family
Construction Material
Cast Iron
Cord Length (ft.)
Cordless/ Corded
Cuts Through
Depth Control
Horsepower (hp)
1.75 hp
Included Accessories
Rip Fence,Stand
Maximum Cut Depth @ 45 Deg.
Power Tool Features
Blade Guard System,Lockout Power Switch
Product Weight (lb.)
PT Horsepower (Hp)
Rip Capacity - Left
Rip Capacity - Right
Table Tilt Left Max (degrees)
Table Tilt Right Max (degrees)
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Five Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers


Is this tabletop really 44” high? If so can it be lowered?

Asked by Jack December 1, 2019

The table is 37" high

Use 110 or 220

Asked by Peter November 4, 2019

110 but has 220 capability

Will this saw work on standard household 110 volt current?

Asked by Bill October 19, 2019

Yes. That is how I'm using mine.

How many horse power is it

Asked by Rlmcustomcabinets October 4, 2019

This unit has a 1-3/4 HP rating.

is this saw 115 volt or 230 volt?

Asked by jj April 25, 2018

Yes, this product is 115VAC.


Asked by namastenick22 August 31, 2016

yes very easily you install a dryer style plug to the switch box and then remove the back panel and unscrew a small switch cover there under which is a toggle for 110 and 220. simple and it does make a world of difference. The start is instantaneous. Blade is full speed in a millisecond.

Does it cut any type of wood? Such as oak or any hard wood with not trouble?

Asked by Antonio July 28, 2016

absolutely i ripped 100 bf of 6/4 hickory last night they were 9 ft sections. Perfect.

Is the extension wing easily removable?

Asked by Oak July 7, 2016

Hi Oak, The guide rail for the fence is attached to the extension table. This makes removing the side table a major project. Mike

Specs for all 5000-series saws say 2" dust port; many Q

Asked by W1947 March 11, 2016

Does it have vaccum option?

Asked by mark April 13, 2015

It has a port at the rear that is the same as a full size shop vac hose 2 1/4 i think. So yes shop vac hooks to it out of the box.

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Customer Reviews

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This is an awesome saw. People do not know how to operate and maintain their equipment is the pr...
This is an awesome saw. People do not know how to operate and maintain their equipment is the problem. To the comment about the motor being so weak it can't run a single piece of wood thru with a new blade, Your belt is worn out. This is a belt driven blade and has a 6 "v" groove belt that is around 14" x 1/2". You just have to remove the dust collection box surrounding the blade and of course the blade. a common T25 torx head bit removes the housing for the belt and tensioner. Belt is about the size of a bracelet or womans wrist watch. try that and it will be like day 1 all over again. This saw also operates on capactitors like your a/c unit and not carbon brushes so there is an outside chance you could need a new motor run capacitor which would run you a whopping $13 or so. Lesson is if you're going to buy a contractor grade machine you should know the ins and outs of your equipment. You should also take the time to learn to square you blades to your mitre slots. and i made my own zero clearance insert out of hickory and have been usiing it for 6 months without issue. hope this helps.
by erik
12 people found this helpful
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by HomeDepotCustomer
The assembly instructions were terrible. ...
The assembly instructions were terrible.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Saw bogged down on a simple rip cut on a...
Saw bogged down on a simple rip cut on a cedar Two x Four
by HomeDepotCustomer
Great saw and the assembly was not as bad for...
Great saw and the assembly was not as bad for a single person as the other reviews made it out to be. The manual lacked illustrations/instructions for my model (two cast-iron sides with a 52 inch side) and the pictures were to small to be helpful. But with a little common sense it worked out.
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
Never received the full order and had to take it...
Never received the full order and had to take it back to Home Depot after assembling it.
by HomeDepotCustomer
3 people found this helpful
only used it twice
It wont turn on and the motor hums really loud huge waste of money
by Sanji
3 people found this helpful
delta 15 anp 10 inch left tilt 52 inch contrsctors table saw
The review is not aimed at homedepot this review is on delta. If you are looking to buy this saw and you are not worried about a warranty go for it , if you are looking for a warranty on the saw and you not worried anout traveling then you will be satified. In order to get anything fixed on this saw you have to take the intire saw into one of there service centers even if its 50 miles from your home. And drop it off and then they will get back with you to let you know if its covered. Thats if they call you at all. I bought this saw and after putting it together noticed that the extention table was warped its made of wood. From the looks it looks like its made of partical board. So inorder to get anything done i have to take the complete table saw into there service center which is around 50 miles away and drop it off to make sure it was put together right. And after calling the service department and arranging a drop off time i was told they probley would not warranty it. Because they just had an exact case. So after it only being two days old. Good luck with delta warranty. And like i said homedepot has been the greatest and the homedepot service is the greatest... i give home depot AAA plus
by steve
3 people found this helpful
I kick myself for buying this. Made it through a set of kitchen cabinets and the belt wore out ab...
I kick myself for buying this. Made it through a set of kitchen cabinets and the belt wore out about 3 months after I bought it. Took 2 months for the Delta approved warranty repair shop to fix it. And then it wasn't covered on warranty because it was "wear and tear," $70 repair. I have a Bosch contractor saw I put through the ringer and it made it 10 years before I had to replace anything. To be fair, I did run some thick maple through it. And I do like the design of the table. It's just kinda gutless and it really threw me off to have it in the shop for 2 months. Maybe it was my fault for expecting this saw to handle a cabinet job, I should have spent more for a more powerful saw.
by sawdog
6 people found this helpful
ABSOLUTELY DO NOT BUY THIS SAW. It has two major design flaws, and a terrible motor. The throat plate is only 1/8" thick, and the supports for it are 10" apart. It flexes significantly with very little force, so if you are using a push stick on a narrow piece of wood the flex can easily tip that piece at an angle directly into the blade. Since it's only 1/8" thick you can't make your own zero clearance plates; you'll have to pay $48 for one. Need to use your dado blade? Another $40. The legs of the saw get in the way of the sawdust exhaust when it's tipped to 45 degrees. So instead of moving the legs Delta put 2 sharp 45 degree bends in the exhaust pipe. This by itself would cause clogs, but there is a pointless piece of metal that divides the pipe, so clogs are guaranteed. The easiest way to clear out these clogs involves turning the entire saw completely upside down. I have had mine for less than a year, and the motor is so weak that it can't a 1-1/2" board with a brand new blade. Add to this other small design issues and you end up with a total hunk of junk. Don't buy one.
by whitney
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