DEWALT 10” TABLE SAW
This lightweight, durable DEWALT 10” TABLE SAW delivers powerful rip-cutting performance. With a motor reaching up to 3850 RPM, this saw can rip through hardwood, pressure-treated lumber and tough job-site materials. The Dewalt 10 Inch job site table saw features a lightweight design for easy transportation on and off the job and an all-metal roll cage for protection during heavy-duty use.
Since the table saw is so lightweight, it’s incredibly scary to use straight out of the box. So you have to invest some time to craft your version of the perfect base that the legs slip into. This simple base for your new DEWALT 10” TABLE SAW makes things safer.
• 15 Amp motor produces up to 3850 RPM to power through tough jobs • 10 in. blade for fast, accurate rip cuts • Rip fence with 12 in. left and 20 in. right rip capacity for ripping wider materials • Rack and pinion fence stays parallel to the blade for accuracy • Adjustable rear feet designed to level the saw on uneven work surfaces • Lightweight design for easy transporting on and off the job • Maximum cut depth of 2-1/4 in. at 45 and 3-1/8 in. at 90 for a variety of useful cuts • Dust port allows for 2-1/2 in. vacuum hook up and minimizes cleanup.
The DEWALT 10” TABLE SAW
Table saws are like taking a circular saw blade and mounting it inverted on a workshop table. The saws blade is powered by an electric motor. These table saws have a safety covering the blade and even large stop buttons to easily shut down the machine within cutting. The table saws blade protrudes through the table to the desired height when cutting wood. The first designed for table saws had the blade fixed and the table would adjust to subtle thicknesses and angle changes. On modern saws, the angles of the cuts are controlled by a knob that you spin changing the blades axis or angle. Job site stand table saws are slightly larger than benchtop workshop models.
Dewalt 10 Inch Job Site Table Saw
These saws are usually used by carpenters, contractors, and tradesman on the job site. Table saws range from $150 – 5 thousand dollars for industrial production strength models. Contractor table saws are often used by hobbyists and homeowners because electric circuits have the ability to provide power to them. Kickback is the term for when a piece of wood is ripped, and either pinches the blade, or turns outward against the blade of the spinning saw blade and is propelled back towards the operator at a high rate of speed. Although the majority of table saws are used for cutting wood, table saws can also be used for cutting sheet plastic, sheet aluminum and sheet brass.