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15 Amp 10 in. Expanded Capacity Table Saw With Rolling Stand

$26900
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  • 15 Amp, 5000 RPM motor with 27 in. max rip capacity
  • Includes: Folding Stand, Mounting Hardware, and 10 in. Blade
  • Also includes Push Stick, Miter Gauge, Rip Fence, Guard Assembly
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Product Overview

RYOBI introduces the 15 Amp 10 in. Expanded Capacity Table Saw With Rolling Stand. This saw features a 15 Amp motor and 5000 RPM to complete even the toughest DIY or professional jobs. The 15 Amp 10 in. Table Saw features integrated storage for accessories and a durable cast aluminum table top surface. The included folding stand has integrated wheels to provide users with easy portability. Backed by the RYOBI 3-Year Manufacturer's Warranty, the 15 Amp 10 in. Expanded Capacity Table Saw includes the Folding Stand with mounting hardware, a 10 in. blade, a push stick, a miter gauge, a rip fence, guarding assembly, anti-kickback pawls, and an operator's manual.
  • 27 in. Max rip capacity for cutting a wide range of materials
  • Steel roll cage design for added durability and frame strength
  • Powerful 15 Amp motor with blade brake
  • Folding stand with integrated wheels for transport and storage
  • Cast aluminum table top for a flat, durable, and lightweight work surface
  • Integrated push stick storage on board rip fence for accessibility
  • Integrated dust chute
  • Integrated on board storage for all accessories
  • 3-year manufacturer's warranty
  • Includes: (1) RTS23 Table Saw, Folding Stand and mounting hardware, (1) 10 in. blade, push stick, miter gauge, rip fence, guarding assembly, anti-kickback pawls, and an operator's manual






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$14317
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Ratings
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Cordless/ CordedCordedCordedCordlessCordless
Rip Capacity - Right6 in27 in24.5 in24 in
Included AccessoriesBlade(s),Miter Fence,Rip FenceStandTool OnlyStand
Cuts ThroughAluminum,PVC,Plastic,Porcelain,WoodWoodWoodMetal,Wood
Table Tilt Right Max (degrees)045045
Power Tool FeaturesBlade Guard System,No Tool Blade ChangeBlade Guard SystemBlade Guard System,Lockout Power SwitchBlade Guard System
Blade LocationCenteredCenteredCenteredCentered
Table Tilt Left Max (degrees)045045
Work Table Surfacein. x in.in. x in.in. x in.in. x in.
Blade Diameter (in.)4 in10 in8-1/4 in8-1/4 in
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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum Cut Depth @ 90 Deg.
3 in
Product Depth (in.)
30.51 in
Product Height (in.)
13.98 in
Product Width (in.)
27.36 in
Work Table Surface
in. x in.

Details

Amperage (amps)
15 A
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Table Saw
Blade Diameter (in.)
10 in
Blade Location
Centered
Blade Speed
5000 RPM
Color Family
Green
Condition
New
Construction Material
Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)
Cord Length (ft.)
6
Corded Tool Type
Table Saw
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Cuts Through
Wood
Depth Control
No
Horsepower (hp)
3.0 hp
Included Accessories
Stand
Maximum Cut Depth @ 45 Deg.
2.5 in
Power Tool Features
Blade Guard System
Product Weight (lb.)
50.95 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Rip Capacity - Left (in)
8 in
Rip Capacity - Right
27 in
Saw Type
Benchtop
Table Tilt Left Max (degrees)
45
Table Tilt Right Max (degrees)
45
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
3-Year Limited Warranty

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.1
    out of 377 reviews
  • 64% recommend this product
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Bad quality product.......
Only lasted 4 months before it broke. The blade lift mechanism jammed which really surprised me because after I looked at it closely and being a designer myself it is amazing it lasted that long. Instead of gearing like other manufacturers using Ryobi decided to go cheap and rely on a screw threaded in to a dinky bar that travels by its ends in the groove on each side. So basically there is no support for the bar and it got got skewed and bent. Other problems on this saw is that miter slot is not straight up and down. I measure a .010 of an inch slope. Good luck making sled runners!!!!! The fence did not slide smoothly. There are hardly any adjustments for anything. No room for dado stack either. Luckily HD took it back and I bought another brand for only $130 more and I have no complaints at all. Not even one. And the brand is a sister company to Ryobi. Go figure.
by EugenePowers
    8 people found this helpful
    Ryobi 15 Amp 10 in. RTS23(T) Expanded Capacity Table Saw w/ Rolling stand and two, what...wait, only one miter track with tabs so no T-track (bummer)
    I purchased this thinking there were two miter tracks (pic#1), as is seen online when searching for table saws with stands. I was misled by the sales guy, stating that the one in the store is the only one they make RTS23. I'm not a wood worker. With all the other things I've been setting up i.e. dust collection, router table, downdraft table, etc., and with the pandemic, it took a while before I started using it quickly realized its only got one slot (pic#2). I was going to make a sled, I have t-track with hold down clamps, and I can't use any of it and it's pretty useless for me now. I want to be safe and precise with my cuts, but having only one track on the right side of the blade, doesn't allow me to easily use my feather boards and prevents me from utilizing hold down clamps integrated in t-track. The one t-track that is included has tabs inside the track 2 front 2 rear, to hold the miter gauge in place. It doesn't even do that very well as the miter gives too much, wobbling really. The track is to wide for the provided miter, but the tabs prevent you from inserting t-track and/or your own miter...not that they would fit for certain anyway. I've talked to numerous Home Depot employees to try and get this straight, seeing as I was being sold the RTS23 model with 2 t-track, but in fact was sold the RTS23T, which only has this one. The RTS23T model actually advertises a picture with 2 miter tracks, as it highlights the blade guard, but in fact only has 1 track; misleading (pic#3). I called Ryobi to try and buy the saw table with 2 slots and the sales rep didn't know they even sold a model like that, but finally found out just the table is $180, and might not even fit my model. Nobody has wanted to help me get the item I intended to get in the first place and now too much time has gone by they just say that its too late to do anything now. If you work construction and don't use the miter too much, I say buy it. However, if you want to do any woodworking and home made jigs with t-track and hold down clamps, feather boards, etc. THIS IS NOT THE MODEL YOU WANT RTS23T -that's one "T" for one miter track I guess. The RTS23, no T, should have two tracks, and my review might be much different if that were my experience.
    by DepotLetMeDownThisTime
      9 people found this helpful
      No, this table saw does not come with 2 miter slots like the Ryobi team wrote in the answers sect...
      No, this table saw does not come with 2 miter slots like the Ryobi team wrote in the answers section. There's even an image of the saw in the listing with two slots! I'm very upset that I spent the extra money on this version instead of the cheaper $189 version. Why am I paying an extra $80 for some plastic wheels bolted to the side. Save your money and go with a different brand, it's obvious Ryobi is not putting effort to get their listings right.
      by JV
        9 people found this helpful
        Quality for the price
        I was apprehensive about buying a saw in this price range. Most of the high quality saws are double the price at least. This saw was a pleasant surprise. The thought that went into organizing all the tools and guides and mounting them on the saw shows. The overall quality of the product is not what you would call contractor grade. But it certainly would last a long time. For a homeowner like me that likes to do projects, it will probably last forever. The performance thus far has been excellent. The noise when you first start it is surprising at first, it really kicks to life. But it cuts super smooth. I never used it with the blade it came with I immediately put a Diablo blade on it. A wise associate at Home Depot once told me all saws spin at 5,000 RPM put your money into the blade. I suppose that's true if you're a homeowner, perhaps for a contractor you'll pay a little bit more for a higher quality piece that'll last longer. Great saw, great value. I would recommend for a homeowner, a casual user and maybe even a contractor that doesn't use the heck out of it.
        by Kirk
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          31 people found this helpful
          Maybe just bad luck...
          Drove around all day to find one of these, opened it up and found that top of unit looked like someone took a box cutter too it and tried to cover it up with grey paint. Also, included the wrong manual inside? Could not find the correct manual on Ryobi's site, they link to an older version, same that was included in the box. Thankfully Homedepot has a direct link to the right version.
          by Merks
            Quality Saw for the money
            I bought this to be able to move around with it while also having a built-in stand. Was a bit to put together but once there I immediately ripped a bunch to 2x4s down the middle with the provided blade. It cut them surprisingly cleanly and evenly, no stoppages or issues. Right after that cut up a 4x8 sheet of 1/2 plywood and with the sliding gauge it was very easy to rip the plywood up consistently. So far so good. It comes with the blade, pusher, blade install tools, the fence along with the miter gauge.
            by Tayler
              • Recommended Product
              19 people found this helpful
              Horrible assembly!
              Instructions are wrong and screw holes don't even align. Not sure I will keep it and I DO NOT recommend it!
              by Toolgirl
                5 people found this helpful
                Not impressed.
                I purchased this saw last week after my old craftsman table saw finally gave up. I had purchased a Ryobi sliding mitre saw a couple years ago and had been pleased so I thought I would give this a try. Right out of the box I wasn’t pleased with the stand. Just not very sturdy. I finally got it all put together and made a couple cuts and discovered the saw throws NOTHING out of the dust chute. It’s practically worthless without a shop vac which defeats the purpose of a highly portable table saw if you have to drag a shop vac around to use it. The saw dust is thrown straight up in your face on the back side of the blade because of a poor design and performance of the dust chute. This makes it very difficult to use in my opinion. If you look at the picture I attached you’ll see the dust chute filled with nothing coming out and saw dust blowing out of the top. The picture was taken with the saw running. I will more than likely sell this saw and go buy another craftsman like I had.
                by Jack1975
                  16 people found this helpful
                  Not impressed.
                  I purchased this saw last week after my old craftsman table saw finally gave up. I had purchased a Ryobi sliding mitre saw a couple years ago and had been pleased so I thought I would give this a try. Right out of the box I wasn’t pleased with the stand. Just not very sturdy. I finally got it all put together and made a couple cuts and discovered the saw throws NOTHING out of the dust chute. It’s practically worthless without a shop vac which defeats the purpose of a highly portable table saw if you have to drag a shop vac around to use it. The saw dust is thrown straight up in your face on the back side of the blade because of a poor design and performance of the dust chute. This makes it very difficult to use in my opinion. If you look at the picture I attached you’ll see the dust chute filled with nothing coming out and saw dust blowing out of the top. The picture was taken with the saw running. I will more than likely sell this saw and go buy another craftsman like I had.
                  by Jack1975
                    8 people found this helpful
                    Not impressed.
                    I purchased this saw last week after my old craftsman table saw finally gave up. I had purchased a Ryobi sliding mitre saw a couple years ago and had been pleased so I thought I would give this a try. Right out of the box I wasn’t pleased with the stand. Just not very sturdy. I finally got it all put together and made a couple cuts and discovered the saw throws NOTHING out of the dust chute. It’s practically worthless without a shop vac which defeats the purpose of a highly portable table saw if you have to drag a shop vac around to use it. The saw dust is thrown straight up in your face on the back side of the blade because of a poor design and performance of the dust chute. This makes it very difficult to use in my opinion. If you look at the picture I attached you’ll see the dust chute filled with nothing coming out and saw dust blowing out of the top. The picture was taken with the saw running. I will more than likely sell this saw and go buy another craftsman like I had.
                    by Jack1975
                      7 people found this helpful
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