DEWALT 10-Inch Jobsite Table Saw

This Jobsite saw has an impressive 32 1/2-in rip capacity and it sits on a rolling stand that completely supports the saw when it is in use. It is a best-seller on many websites and boasts an overall 4.7-star rating. It features a rack & pinion fence system to ensure that adjustments are easy, fast, and very accurate. It can even cut through hardwoods with ease. There is also a 2 1/2-inch dust collection port that you can use when you want to keep dust down. It hooks to a vacuum and extracts dust quickly. There are very few people who are able to find fault with this saw. The ones that do seem to have issues are mostly talking about the assembly of it and a few say that the adjustments slip if you are cutting a lot of wood at one time. However, those same people still give it 3-stars or more, so I feel that it is not a problem that you should be overly concerned about when looking for a good saw.

Rockwell BladeRunner X2 Portable Tabletop Saw

The BladeRunner comes with a rip fence, miter gauge, and seven other accessories to ensure you have everything you need for your project. It is very lightweight at only 15 pounds. It works with all 4” t-shank jigsaw blades and changes from one blade to another quickly. It comes with a 3-year warranty to ensure you are completely satisfied with your purchase and boasts an average rating of 4-stars. This type of saw is not designed for heavy duty use. The negative comments about it are because of this simple fact and the fact that it needs to be mounted to a table to ensure straight cuts. This is due to the fact that it is so lightweight, vibrations may make it move around. Many owners state that it is best used as a scroll saw rather than a heavy-duty table saw.

Bosch 10-Inch Worksite Table Saw with Gravity-Rise Stand

This saw is truly unique because it incorporates its stand and wheels, as well as a table, saw into one handy device. Because of this, it is extremely portable. You simply wheel it to where you need to be and then start making cuts using a 10-in saw blade. The saw spins with 3,650 RPM. When laid out and set up as a saw, it can handle stock that is up to 25-inches wide. It is backed by the Bosch 1-year warranty to ensure quality. The downside of it is; because of the fact that the wheeled cart and saw are all one piece, it is a little tricky to assemble it. Some people also say that it allows dust to fly too freely. As you look at most reviews, though, no one seems to complain about any of these issues.

DEWALT Rolling Saw Stand with Table Saw

This saw rolls easily and is a compact, job site friendly, table saw set that features a 20-inch max rip capacity. It is lightweight at only 33 pounds and uses quick connect stand brackets to ensure when you are ready to get the job done; it is ready as well. The whole saw is encompassed in a steel roll cage. There is a front and rear fence lock and large. There are scales so that you can enjoy accuracy and an 1800-watt motor to ensure every job is handled quickly. This saw and stand set has a very high rating of 4.7-stars. There are virtually no real negatives to it. Everyone simply enjoys using it. However, some people do say that it is hard to assemble and that replacement parts are hard to get at this time. With all the positive reviews, though, it really cannot be that big of an issue for most people.

DEWALT 10-Inch Compact Job-Site Table Saw

This saw is designed for job sites and it is built to withstand all the possible damages that the rougher setting can deliver. It has a steel roll cage, rack and pinion fence system, scales and more. It weighs in at only 22kg (44 pounds) and can cut through even large sheets of wood. It operates at 120V and has an 1850W motor to provide high enough performance for every job you want to take on. Most all owners love every part of it. They love the dust reducer, because it does keep the dust down and how easy it is to align, although many say it is great without the alignment when you first open the box on it. Most all say that it is ideal for any hobbyist or professional woodworker. The few complaints about it mostly have to do with some people feeling as though things are not as aligned as they should be. The people who talk about it though are professionals who are more used to a higher-end saw.