Table saws come in all shapes and sizes, even if they all tend to look the same to the novice user, and the DEWALT DWE7491RS Jobsite Table Saw is a great example of this with its eye-catching rolling stand and wheels.
This concept of a “small, portable package” may rank highly with Dewalt but it is not the only promise on offer here because it also claims to be powerful, with its 15 amp motor, and versatile with its ability to cut a range of materials with its 32.5 inch rip capacity. Apparently, this machine “rips through hardwoods with ease” but are users noticing this ease of use with their own projects?
Portable Table Saw Reviews – Dozen of online reviews are available for DEWALT DW744XRS Table Saw which is not surprising considering its high price. The impressed buyers reported that everything about this saw is well-built and vary accurate. It can be assembled easily and the initial setup is straightforward and alignments are precise. It definitely meets the portable standard and the rolling stand is among its best features.
The saw works solidly once setup. The rolling stand that converts to use as a work stand is well-designed and as good as the DEWALT miter saw. It operates quietly and moving it around is a breeze.
If you like woodworking or carpentry, then you will be pleased with the Bosch 4100 table saw, which comes with a gravity-rise stand. This particular portable table saw allows you to cut wood and similar materials with precision and accuracy. It saw also permits transport over varying terrains, thereby making it a great saw to use on any work or construction site.
With the gravity-rise stand, you can set up the Bosch 4100 table saw or take it down without any problems too, making it possible for you to spend more of your valuable hours doing your work.
Portable Table Saw Reviews – When you examine the features of the DEWALT DW745 table saw, you automatically see why it is considered a top choice for use at jobsites. The ten-inch saw makes use of a guarding system which enables the user to make safe, precision cuts efficiently and fast. Its 15 amp motor provides a speed of 3,850 rpm and it comes with a port for collecting dust, making clean-up all the more quick.
Plus, the DEWALT DW745 comes with a 90-day money-back guarantee, and is backed by a three-year limited warranty and free service for one year. For any construction professional, this DEWALT portable table saw is a premium piece of equipment to own.
That being said, customers, in most cases, gave the Bosch GTS1031 portable table saw good to excellent reviews. However, there were a few negative asides too. Among the positive reviewers, one customer actual ly commented about the negative remarks and said that he was surprised that any were made. He exclaimed that his own saw operated flawlessly, adding that the alignment was perfect and accurate. However, he did feel the miter gauge be improved.
Nevertheless, for the cost, he felt that it was a good portable table saw to use. He even followed up his initial comments with an additional review several weeks later, and still indicated that the saw was working great.
If you are a handyman or you have your own workshop, or even if you have to move from one job site to the next, the Makita 2705X1 10-Inch Contractor Table saw will be your choice of portable table saw. It comes with a handy stand.
This portable stand with its heavy-duty wheels is very durable. It has a powder coated finish that improves the durability more. Due to the stands spring-loaded system it can easily fold up and be stored.
Portable Table Saw Reviews – Some reviewers pointed out flaws in this Rockwell table saw. The blade height adjusting wheel is rather flimsy and it has no zero clearance blade plate option. The plate is also shimmed rather poorly because they are loose and rather not easy to reposition once you remove the plate to change blades. Saw had an alignment problem. Splitter was bent, causing a blockage of wood piece. The blade vibrates from the very start.
A reviewer also found out flaws with the Skil 3400-20 table saw such as the miter track that has straight walls, not a “T” type. That would have worked fine with most accessories with fasteners that widen in the slot as you tighten the screw; except, the track is too narrow, and so those fasteners don’t fit. The track is interrupted every 8 inches or so, forming a brief “T” which is useless for T-bolt type fasteners.
The miter tracks appear to be out of square with the sides and front of the table surface. Another serious fault with this portable table saw is the stand. It looks flimsy.