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Model #RK7323

Blade Runner X2 Portable Tabletop Saw

  • Designed for unlimited capacity for cross and rip cuts
  • Switch between standard t-shank jigsaw blades in 3 seconds
  • Compact, lightweight cuts wood, tile, plastic, metal and aluminum
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Product Overview

The Rockwell BladeRunner X2 Portable Tabletop Saw is the solution to the problem of having to take materials back to the workshop to cut them, and then bring them back to the job site later on. If you’re a contractor, you know that that process can add an entire day to a project. The BladeRunner is only 15 lbs, so while stable and sturdy, it’s easy to toss in the back of the truck. And with a footprint of only 15.75” x 17”, it doesn’t take up an entire workbench like traditional table saws. The hold-down guard and splitter allow for work with wider materials, and a larger rip fence than other portable table saws provides better control and accurate cuts. A no-load speed of 3000/min, a stroke length of ¾”, with 5.5 amps of power gives it the capacity for light to moderate cutting of wood (up to 1-1/2”), ceramic tile (3/8”), PVC pipe (1-1/4”), aluminum (3/8”), and steel (1/8”). (Anything over 1-1/2” and you’re probably going to need a traditional, permanently fixed tabletop saw—but you can’t take that to the job site.) The blades change out almost instantly, in under 3 seconds once you get the hang of the tool-less blade change system. And the saw is protected by a Rockwell 3-year limited warranty, so you know they stand behind their tools.
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  • [SETS UP IN SECONDS] Take this table saw to the job site or move it around the workshop. There’s even a built-in carry handle
  • [CUTS LIKE A FULL-SIZE] With the standard guard and riving knife system you can perform rip, cross, scroll, and miter cuts
  • [TOOL-LESS BLADE CHANGE] Uses any brand’s standard 4” T-shank blade, but we threw 5 in the box to get you started cutting wood, ceramic tile, plastic, aluminum, and metal
  • [0-60° MITER CUTS] With the adjustable gauge you can pull off precise miter cuts for a whole assortment of woodworking projects
  • [ON-BOARD ACCESSORY STORAGE] When the miter gauge, rip fence, and extra blades aren’t in use they can be conveniently housed in the base of the saw
  • [SAFETY SWITCH] Prevents accidental starting, plus the vacuum port lets you hook up a shop vac that cleans while you cut
  • Safety switch with key prevents accidental start

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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
Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)
Cord Length (ft.)
Corded Tool Type
Specialty Saw
Cordless/ Corded
Cuts Through
Depth Control
Horsepower (hp)
Included Accessories
Blades,Miter Fence,Rip Fence
Maximum Cut Depth @ 45 Deg.
Power Tool Features
Blade Guard System,No Tool Blade Change
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
ETL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
3 years limited

Questions & Answers


will this saw cut laminate flooring

Asked by lee January 9, 2018

Yes, you can use the saw to cut laminate flooring.

How loud is it?

Asked by Zjh February 14, 2019

Not very loud at all. If cutting metal, you may get a little screeching if the blade is worn, but normal use it's very quiet. I use a 5 gal shop vac with it and the vac is louder, by far.

Can I cut different shapes and Welcome signs

Asked by Lindsey March 13, 2018

Yes, you can, but you are limited by the distance between the blade and the guide. So it will work with smaller pieces but i would think a jig saw would be more practical.

Will it cut smooth cuts with our tearing up the wood

Asked by Mmw November 21, 2018

You will have to use the PROPER blade in order to get a nice finished cut. You need a blade with a lot of teeth / inch, and you need to carefully run the material through your saw, keeping mind of the sound of the motor (saw). The sound of the saw will keep you aware of how hard the motor is working. e.g. Don't force the work through, causing binding, smoke, and maybe bending or even breaking the blade. (Consult the information that came with your blades regarding cutting across the grain, or with the grain). Finally, if you're cutting plywood, expect some tearing-out of the wood. A little more when crosscutting (across the grain). The addition of good duct tape on the bottom-side of the wood helps tear-out. And if your blade has been specifically designed to cut on the down-stroke, then you need the duct tape on the top of the wood. It's much easier to use this kind of blade because your cut-line is right on top of the work, on top of the tape...

Does the table tilt, and if so, does it tilt both right and left?

Asked by Skeeter May 24, 2019

Neither the table nor the blade tilt. They are fixed at 90 degrees to each other.

What is the cutting height maximum?

Asked by Edwin February 5, 2018

The cutting height, I recall, is about 2 inches. I have removed the guard and used the saw with the blade only. A longer blade could work but might not be safe. Certainly, use blades that are approved for the saw.

Does the Blade Runner remain stable while using since it is not secure to anything other than jus...

Asked by Al May 18, 2018


Will this cut bamboo flooring with the right blade?

Asked by Beefcake April 4, 2018

I believe it would, with the right blade. I've used it to cut 1 by stock, plywood, and even acrylic. I didn't have good results with acrylic, but that didn't pose a problem.

Can this saw cut meat and bone like a butcher saw or band saw

Asked by Adebanjo December 5, 2020

You would ruin it.

why does it chatter so much cutting 1 inch pine??

Asked by waco January 14, 2015

I had the same problem when I first got it (it was super loud, lots of chatter, cuts were really slow and inaccurate) but I switched the blades to some nice quality Bosch and it's night and day - It cuts fast and smoothly with almost no chatter. Replace the blades and you should be ok.

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Customer Reviews

  • 681 Customer Reviews
  • 4.2 out of 5 stars overall
84% of customers recommended.
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Seriously, don't waste your money on one of these.
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This thing is a piece of debris I wish I had never bought. Good luck getting a square cut with this junk. The guides are useless. The T-Square supplied is not even close to accurate and because of all the plastic involved, fexes in ways that throws work out of alignment and not square. I hate this thing and will most likely try to get $20 for it at a flea market or something. I should have just bought a $20 hand held jig saw and a table saw. I had it sitting around the shop too long to return or I would. I'll NEVER BUY ANOTHER Rockwell tool again.
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Response from Rockwell Tools ExpertMay 21, 2020
Hey Tom! Thank you for sharing your honest review. We hate that this has occurred while using your tool, but the Bladerunner saw should be simple to use and effective for precise wood crafting. So that we may further assist you with this matter, please call our Solution Center at 866-514-7625.

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This is one tough little saw! of course, this shouldn't be the only one saw for all your needs, i...
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This is one tough little saw! of course, this shouldn't be the only one saw for all your needs, if you're up to big projects, but one you shouldn't be without; it's so easy to use and gets the job done; add a miter saw for cutting thicker woods such as 2x4s and you're all set. Highly recommended.
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I read the reviews before purchasing and was skeptical, but for the price I was willing to take a...
I read the reviews before purchasing and was skeptical, but for the price I was willing to take a chance. I am impressed, now take into consideration I'm a hobbyist on a small scale. I make wooden and plastic toys for kids and this meets my needs. I'm not going to frame a house with it or even use it to install base moulding but it does allow me to precut larger material for use in my cnc router. it has plenty of power, light weight, does not take up much space and requires no tools to use. I do recommend taking the time to adjust the blade roller bearing guides and the parallel alignment of blade to table. I checked the fence measurement scale with the side profile of blade and it is right-on. If you can get this table saw for a good price, buy it.
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A light weight workhorse
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The BladeRunner X2 is such an important and unique tool to me that after buying and using one for four full days of work, I purchased a second one as a backup. For me the ability to have a table top saw that can cut so many different materials which is less than 15 lbs making it so easy to transport is a game changer. I no longer need to transport a 45 lb plus jobsite table saw around. Although it is light in weight, it has been a true workhorse for me. I have used it regularly for almost a year and a half for big and small jobs. From rebuilding two sheds, to making a slop sink surround, ripping plywood, cutting trim boards, PT lumber, ceramic tile, and wood flooring, etc, this light weight wonder has never let me down. While I own two of them, other than as an extra saw for my workshop at home, the first BladeRunner X2 has done the bulk of the work and is still going strong. I depend on my BladeRunner X2 so much that I do not know how I would accomplish my work so efficiently without one.
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excelent if you dont need to big work
excelent if you dont need to big work
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Product is great, simple and quick assembly of a few knobs. A lot of thought went into designing ...
Product is great, simple and quick assembly of a few knobs. A lot of thought went into designing this product. It also comes with a variety pack of 5 blades to get you cutting the same day. I am very happy with my purchase, this saw is now one of my most used tools. I did not give it five starts because when using the included fence I could not get straight cuts, the blade likes to wonder to one side. Also the vacuum port at the top works great but I wish there was one below as a lot of sawdust falls down under the machine and then I clean it up with a vac.
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Response from Rockwell Tools ExpertMay 7, 2018
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Atlanta, GA, United States
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Hello Rockwell & public...I'm Travis & I purchased this saw after seeing the commercial...Wow this little saw is the truth!!!...light weight and its like scribing with a pencil...smooth cuts & very reliable...only draw back to me is I wish they add a light near the cutting area & add rubber feet so it want move while cutting. One more thing would be nice is to high light the table scale...more visible to set your fence by....overall I really love this saw. *( pics are my partner Eric in action )*
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Frankfort, KY, United States
Awesome product
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[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] My wife knew I had been wanting the BladeRunner for awhile so she surprised me with one for Christmas and the day after Christmas I made a little table for it so I could clamp it in the Jawstand XP or Jawhorse Sheetmaster that she got for me last Christmas. I just finished my first project with it a bridge for a Ho scale train layout made of 1/4" poplar Square stock and was able to do all the cutting in the house thanks to the shop-vac hookup on the saw. I would definitely recommend the BladeRunner I have cut just about everything with it except tile and I don't have any complaints with it.
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I bought this saw for my nephew to build things. He has used it several times and loves it. He sa...
I bought this saw for my nephew to build things. He has used it several times and loves it. He said he wished it would raise up higher to cut larger pieces of wood. I love the handle hole and it is lightweight for me to carry. Thanks for making a great product under $100. Here are photos of the planter that my nephew made using your saw in September 2017. He hopes to build and sell these raised planters and your $1,000 would really help.
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Response from Rockwell Tools ExpertOctober 18, 2017
Hello Cindy,
Thank you for taking the time to share your experience and review! We greatly appreciate your feedback. Love the raised planter by the way, it looks AWESOME! rockwelltools
I use this on trim work and anything that uses 3/4 inch wood and works great. I even ripped 8ft ...
I use this on trim work and anything that uses 3/4 inch wood and works great. I even ripped 8ft boards with this multiple times. Would a table saw be better? Duh. But for the price and small space this takes up its worth it once you get how to hold the board down. And anyone that has said the fence moves must not know how to screw the knobs down. My latest project was my entertainment center in the picture.
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Response from Rockwell Tools ExpertNovember 21, 2017
Hello Valued customer,
Thank you for taking the time to share your review! We greatly appreciate your feedback. rockwelltools
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