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15 Amp 10 in. Commercial Bench-Top Table Saw with Portable Stand

  • Easy portability with large wheels and detachable stand
  • 15 Amp saw cuts through the toughest materials
  • Easy belt change with Quick Release System
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Product Overview

This General International 10 in. 15 Amp 120-Volt commercial portable table saw is perfect for any woodworker, carpenter or hobbyist. It features a 15.0 Amp high-torque motor with the power to cut pressure-treated lumber and hardwoods. It offers 3.33 in. D of cut at 90° and 2.5 in. at 45° for multiple tasks. Its on board storage provides easy access to the components and push stick when not in use. This model features a sturdy aluminum extendable stand with wheels for ease of portability and setup. Includes a 2-year limited warranty.
  • Features tilting range: 0° to 45° left with a maximum cutting height at 90° of 3.33 in. and maximum cutting height at 45°: 2.5 in.
  • Durable steel work table with aluminum extension table for optimal uses
  • Max cutting height: 3-5/16 in.
  • Main table dimensions: 24 in. W x 20.8 in. D
  • Includes: sturdy steel stand with wheels, 10 in. 40-tooth carbide-tipped saw blade, rip fence, mitre gauge, push stick, blade guard, standard and dado table inserts, 2 blade change wrenches
  • Quick release system ensures easy belt change
  • Safety on/off switch with removable key for easy startup

Info & Guides

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Ratings
(22)
(392)
(2014)
Cordless/ CordedCordedCordedCorded
Rip Capacity - Right3027 in30 in
Included AccessoriesStandStandStand
PortabilityBench
Table Tilt Right Max (degrees)45450
Cuts ThroughWoodWoodWood
Work Table Surface45 in. x 20.8 in.in. x in.in. x in.
Power Tool FeaturesBlade Guard System,Lockout Power SwitchBlade Guard SystemBlade Guard System,Lockout Power Switch
Blade Diameter (in.)101010
Blade LocationCenteredCenteredCentered
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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum Cut Depth @ 90 Deg.
3.33
Product Depth (in.)
24
Product Height (in.)
12.4
Product Width (in.)
20.8
Table Length (in.)
45
Table Width (in.)
20.8
Work Table Surface
45 in. x 20.8 in.

Details

Amperage (amps)
15
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Table Saw
Blade Diameter (in.)
10
Blade Location
Centered
Blade Speed
4500
Color Family
Red
Condition
New
Construction Material
Steel
Cord Length (ft.)
6
Corded Tool Type
Table Saw
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Cuts Through
Wood
Depth Control
Adjustable
Dust Collection Method
2.5 in. Dust Port
Horsepower (hp)
0
Included
Tool Stand
Included Accessories
Stand
Maximum Cut Depth @ 45 Deg.
2.5
Maximum Speed (rpm)
4500
Portability
Bench
Power Tool Features
Blade Guard System,Lockout Power Switch
Product Weight (lb.)
75
PT Horsepower (Hp)
2-4/5
Returnable
90-Day
Rip Capacity - Left
13
Rip Capacity - Right
30
Table Tilt Left Max (degrees)
45
Table Tilt Right Max (degrees)
45
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ETL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
2-Year Limited

Questions & Answers

8Questions13Answers

Can I use my 10" dado blade set with this saw?

Asked by treblecat May 8, 2020
1
Answer

Only if you will not cut more than 1/4" deep. A 10" table saw calls for a 6" dado blade. However, you can get away with an 8" dado set but there again you will lose some depth of cut. Hope these helps.

What is the maximum rip width?

Asked by Goose March 7, 2020
1
Answer

The saw has extensions that allow a 30” cut.

How difficult changing blade and belt?

Asked by 8824 January 19, 2020
1
Answer

Changing the blade is easy with two wrenches provided. The belt is a little more involved. Loosen a few bolts to free up tension from motor. Replace belt and tighten bolts. Thank you!

Can you please tell me what is the thickness of the top table plate? What is the size of dust por...

Asked by Abe November 12, 2019
1
Answer

Not sure of the thickness of table plate and the dust port is 3 1/2

Will This saw support Dado blades?

Asked by Gen1847 July 24, 2019
2
Answers

Yes it will

can the blade Gard be removed

Asked by cjh June 18, 2019
2
Answers

Yes it can

I need the instructional manual please how can I get ine

Asked by Anne September 6, 2018
2
Answers

On the product page at Home Depot you can find a Info and Guides and below that is Use and Care Manual. Click on that and the pdf will download. That is the whole manual.

Can this be mounted to a stand

Asked by Homeboy July 6, 2018
3
Answers

Not sure if it can be or not

Customer Reviews

  • 2.9
    out of 22 reviews
  • 55% recommend this product
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I have spent approximately a month and a half assembling this saw and portable stand. The directi...
I have spent approximately a month and a half assembling this saw and portable stand. The directions for putting together the stand were not in the manual, but came on a separate piece of paper. The pictures were small and dark not giving a clear picture of the black tubular legs and the dark background. I pulled pictures from the internet to see how they went together, but I couldn't find one with the angle I needed. When I had the stand together, I decided to put the saw part on a furniture mover so I could turn it easily and put the stand on the saw (not the saw on the stand as the directions said); easier to lift the stand than the saw. When I got the stand on the saw, it was apparent that the stand was not correctly put together (the wheel legs were higher than the non wheel legs. Back to putting the stand together. In between all the errors, I left it in frustration for a few days and thought about what was wrong. After getting the stand together properly, it was turned over to the upright position. Then it was putting on the blade guard which was pretty easy. Then putting on the kickback mechanism, not so easy. It is to slide in the back groove and pop into the top groove. No way, and because the blade would not go back down, I decided to take it off. Pulling on it with a pair of pliers to take it off, it jumped into the top groove by itself. That is the reason for the ding on the rating. Now the saw and stand are together and it works just fine.
by RITA
4 people found this helpful
I had high hopes for this saw. I wasn't very familiar with General International but found a vide...
I had high hopes for this saw. I wasn't very familiar with General International but found a video the company put out. They said General was a Canadian manufacturer of shop tools and General International are made overseas but they went with higher end manufacturers and higher quality products. They weren't talking about this saw unfortunately. They have another saw like this that sells for about 5 times the cost of this saw and looks better. I wound up making over a dozen cuts in 2 half sheets of 3/4" plywood to test out this saw plus a few cuts to make a featherboard. The quality on some of the components feels pretty cheap. The thumb screw that tightens the blade guard onto the riving knife feels like the type you'd find on a cheap cellphone mount. The locking lever for the riving knife feels like it's going to break too. The 2 rubber feet on the stand pop right off with minimal effort. The extension table is a bit wobbly. The included blade doesn't cut very cleanly and it didn't take long for it to get worse. A table saw should be able to make square cuts and repeatable cuts. Those are the two main advantages over other cutting methods. This saw really struggles with those two aspects. The rip fence will go out of square easily even after adjusting it to make it clamp on tighter. When extending the extension table I also had to contend with the extension table going out of alignment with the blade. The miter gauge is small, wobbly and plastic. I had cut one 3-3/4" wide piece and followed it with another pass to make another identical cut but the next piece came out thicker. The rip fence had moved. I clamped down the rip fence tighter but when cutting from large pieces the same thing happened. I learned to use the last piece to reposition the rip fence before making repeat cuts. The markings for the rip fence make no sense. I understand you're supposed to measure and not rely on the markings but they should help get the fence close. This fence was about 1.5" off from zero. To get the markings to line up meant extending the extension table a bit. That doesn't seem to make sense to me and I wasn't able to get an answer if that's the way this was supposed to work. It came with two throat plates, one for a regular blade, one for a dado blade. The throat plate has a tab that keeps it in place. On one of the inserts it was broken. I bent the replacement in a little so that it didn't take as much force to lock it in place to hopefully prevent it from breaking. The design of the insert area makes it seem like it would be difficult or impossible to make your own insert like a zero clearance insert so forget about getting very clean cuts in plywood. For me this was one of the biggest disappointments since not much can be done about it. Assembly instructions were incomplete and very difficult to follow. I had to assemble 2 of these, the second time around it took me 1.5 hours after I knew what I was doing. Once assembled the stand is pretty nice. There are some nice things about the saw and I was able to complete a bunch of cuts for a couple of projects but I also had to go back and clean up a few of those cuts. Ultimately though this saw fails to do what it's supposed to do. I guess if you don't care about clean cuts, square cuts and repeatable cuts this will do but you can also get by with just using a circular saw and straight edge for less money and taking up less space. Customer service was very responsive and I had to contact them a few times. General seems to know how to make good tools. It's a shame they seemed to have gone too much towards low-cost and sacrificed too much quality.
by Tom3
6 people found this helpful
I do recommend this 15 Amp 10 in. Commercial Bench-Top Table Saw with Portable Stand by General ...
I do recommend this 15 Amp 10 in. Commercial Bench-Top Table Saw with Portable Stand by General International but just barely. To start with the stand is a joke from the first bolt to the last. The "instructions" is a one page document with some very poor pictures. I got a better understanding on how it goes together by using the picture on the front of the owners manual. Also on the stand there is a bracket that a pin goes in to the lock in place when raised to use the saw. It's a good idea and is similar to other brands of table saw stands. The only problem is when you get everything together the pin will not engage with the bracket so which makes the stand useless! You can not get the stand to lock-in to use it. My stand is going in the garbage and I will use the saw as a table top saw on a small stand I have built for other use's. The table top is made from a thin metal and only time will tell is it stays level. The miter gauge is made of plastic as is the gears to tilt the blade and raise it up and down. Again, time will tell on how long they will last. The blade is okay and cuts fairly good but I will install a better one I have down the line. One good thing on this saw is the motor. It seems to have decent power and runs very quiet. I am impressed with it. The saw comes with two throat plates, one for ripping and one for dado blades, a push stick and the anti-kick back assembly.
by Jayhawk714
5 people found this helpful
Met my expectations. Mounted on my own stand, though...
Met my expectations. Mounted on my own stand, though to collect the sawdust.
by Rog
Response from GI Customer ServiceJun 20, 2020
Thank you for your purchase and your review. GIpower100
table saw is the best for the money spent.
table saw is the best for the money spent.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Response from GI Customer ServiceJun 20, 2020
Thank you for your purchase and your review. GIpower100
1 person found this helpful
This is a trash
This is a trash
by HomeDepotCustomer
Response from GI Customer ServiceJun 18, 2020
We are sorry the product you received is not what you expected. It is our goal to correct any problems that you encounter. We are prepared to work with your vendor to provide you a refund. Please contact Service and Parts .. 419 -877-5234 X- 109. GIpower100
The saw was easy to set up and has enough...
The saw was easy to set up and has enough power for most cutting needs. The real downside is the quality of the rip fence. It does not run straight and cannot be tightened enough to even bother using. The fence tends to walk away from the material while cutting. The only way to make straigh cuts is to c-clap both ends of the fence to the table.
by Scott
Response from GI Customer ServiceJun 18, 2020
We are sorry the product you received is not what you expected. It is our goal to correct any problems that you encounter. We are prepared to work with you on this issue Please contact Service and Parts 419 -877-5234 X- 109. GIpower100
1 person found this helpful
The stand is a nightmare!!!!!
You only have an exploded drawing to figure the stand out, and there are many opportunities to get parts backwards. Assembling the stand is a disaster waiting to happen. But, barely possible. The fence has issues being square and must be checked every time. I do like the securing of the tools, the stick and how neatly it folds up to a fairly small space. Calling the company, and there isn't room for voice mail, so they don't call you back.
by Crane
Response from GI Customer ServiceJun 20, 2020
We are sorry the product you received is not what you expected. It is our goal to correct any problems that you encounter. We are prepared to work with you on this issue Please contact Service and Parts 419 -877-5234 X- 109. GIpower100
Works great only issue I’ve come across is the fence doesn’t stay in place when ripping
Works great only issue I’ve come across is the fence doesn’t stay in place when ripping
by Woodworking
Response from GI Customer ServiceJun 20, 2020
Thank you for your purchase and the review, If you need assistance please contact 419-877-5234 ext 109 GIpower100
I do not like it because 95% of the...
I do not like it because 95% of the dust comes out of right side of the blade instead of the vacuum exit you can not use inside of the house. I am going to return it. I did contact the general international. They said that was the design and If i am not happy, returned to the vender.
by Rootter
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