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Bosch 4000-09 Worksite 15 Amp 10-Inch Benchtop Table Saw with Gravity Rise Wheeled Stand

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  • Worksite table saw with gravity-rise wheeled stand
  • 15 amp, 4.4-horsepower output; soft start; precision-rip fence
  • Machined aluminum table; 1/2-inch heavy gauge steel tubing; carbide blade
  • Includes saw, stand, blade, blade wrench hex key, miter gauge
  • 29 by 21-1/2 inch table; saw 59 pounds (with stand 109 pounds); 1-year warranty
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Technical Details
Part Number 4100-09
Item Weight133 pounds
Product Dimensions29 x 21.5 x 13 inches
Item model number4000-09
Power Source4-horse-power
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsstand
Warranty DescriptionThis Bosch power tool comes with a one-year limited warranty from the date of purchase.
  
Additional Information
ASINB00067IX1A
Best Sellers Rank #358,444 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight132 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
Date First AvailableJuly 2, 2004
  
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We think this benchtop is actually a cabinet saw in a compact, totally portable disguise. Its looks are completely deceiving, because it handles any job a big saw can, yet it’s compact for the home workshop and super convenient to take to a job site.

First, it’s got the largest table surface in the worksite class, but lift the lock handle and open out the built-in extension rails and, believe it or not, you’re running sheet goods with a 25-inch rip capacity. The table surface is smooth as glass, and with a coat of wax on it, it’s superb. The extension rails ride effortlessly and lock securely, and the extension doesn’t give even under a full sheet of 3/4-ply. Bosch sells auxiliary left-side and rear supports for unbeatable capacity and stability.

The fence, not even considering that it’s on a benchtop, is awesome. It locks front and back, slides like a dream, detaches and seats without any struggle, stores neatly right on board, and the viewer has a great magnifying lens (though none of us will admit we need it yet) for ultra-accurate fence settings. Out of the box, our fence was totally true and perpendicular to the blade. We like the substantial height of it, and it will easily accommodate any type of auxiliary fence you might want to put on it. The miter gauge is sturdier than what we usually see on a benchtop, and it’s longer, too, for a little more room at the infeed and more stability, too. Positive stops were right on when we checked ours out of the box, but of course, you’ll want to check yours anyway. And like the fence, the miter gauge stores neatly right on the saw base.

Startup is jar-free, and it’s surprisingly quiet for a 15-amp saw, even under a full load. We didn’t experience any bogging down at all in our trials, and Bosch says that’s due to what they call Constant Response Circuitry. We’re just toolhounds here, not rocket scientists, but it has something to do with monitoring the torque demand on the machine and instantly adjusting to deliver enough power for a totally consistent speed. It’s direct drive, of course, yet we felt no-—and we mean zero—-vibration. Now, that could be because it’s heavier than you’d expect a worksite saw to be, but because of the wheeled stand, that’s definitely not a detractor.

Once the saw is mounted to this ingenious stand (and that’s not a taxing task), it only takes seconds to set up or break down with practically no effort. It actually uses the saw’s weight to raise and lower it, and it’s perfectly balanced and provides an ergonomically comfortable work height. Big, beefy, treaded pneumatic tires roll beautifully over even the most rugged jobsite surfaces.

Bosch probably intended this as a worksite saw, but we think it’s ideal too for the home woodworker and do-it-yourselfer, especially one who’s tight on space. The stand lets you fold it up and roll it out of the way when your work is done. Absolutely can’t go wrong with this one.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste

Product Description

Includes 10" Worksite Table Saw - 4000-09-RT, Blade Wrench - 2 610 911 565, Hex Key - 2 610 998 551, Miter Gauge - 2 610 997 204, Gravity-Rise Wheeled Stand - TS2000

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Customer Reviews

The Bosch table saw with the gravity stand is the best there is.
Maple man
The saw is very well built, has plenty of cutting power (with a quality blade) and folds up nicely when your through with it.
AK
The gravity rise stand is heavy duty, easy to assemble, and easy to fold.
Tool Addict

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152 of 156 people found the following review helpful By J. Seaman on May 17, 2005
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I have never written a review before but this saw is so good I felt I had to share the news. Everything about this saw is well thought out. Right of the box it was ready to go. The fence is good. The miter gauge is good. The clever built in extension of the right table is very nice. Everything stows on the saw when you put it away. Don't get me wrong, this is no Unisaw, and like all portable saws, it's noisy. But it's a great saw for the jobsite or small shop. Combine this with a good miter saw, and you can do most anything. As good as this saw is, I was even more impressed with the new gravity-rise stand. I have a good fold-up-and-wheel-away stand for my miter saw, but this stand is just amazing. It is very solid, beautifuly built, and folds and unfolds easier than anything I have ever seen. If you want a good basic table saw that will stow away easily, I don't think there is anything out there that comes close. I love it!
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147 of 151 people found the following review helpful By Tool Addict on May 19, 2005
I was looking for a good quality portable table saw for my small shop. Several years ago I had purchased a Hitachi table saw (C10RA2) believing that this was the best saw on the market to fulfill my needs. I was wrong. It was a piece of junk that I wasted $300.00 on. It was not portable. The miter gauge had so much slop in it that it was useless. The miter track was an unusual size. And the fence was horrible. While the saw packed a lot of power, it lacked the overall accessories that I was looking for. It is now sitting in a landfill somewhere.

The bread and butter of any shop is a good table saw. And I found one great replacement in the Bosch 4000-09. It has a soft start motor, a good fitting miter gauge with very little slop, a good quality fence that can be easily expanded to cut twenty plus inches, a large table surface, and blade guard that is easy to put on and take off. The people who designed this saw must have received a lot of input from carpenters, woodworkers, and home improvement enthusiasts. There is a lot of detail in this saw that was simply not in the Hitachi. When the miter gauge is not in use, it is stored at the base in a specially designed slot with a catch to keep the miter gauge in place when the saw is moved. There also is a specially designed place to put the rip fence on the side of the saw when it is not in use. In the back of the saw there is place to wrap the cord. And there is a place where you can put extra blades. The allen head screws on the saw are the same size, and you guessed it, Bosch even has a specially designed slot for the allen wrench.

When I first purchased the saw and put to work in my shop, I was amazed how easy it was to get to the on board accessories.
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68 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Michael Lauer on July 30, 2006
I purchased this saw to do some light cabinet work. The purchase was driven by space and portability but I also wanted a high degree of accuracy from the saw. And, I'm generally pleased. The motor has sufficient power to plow through 12/4 hard maple and, after initial tuning, the fence and top have remained in alignment after a year of use. I like the blade carrier since I use multiple blades. It has save several blades from chips due to dropping. I did purchase the outfeed/left side supports and these are very useful. I did not initially purchase the gravity-rise stand because of availability but did upgrade a few months later to save wear and tear on my back. I've made several other upgrades to the table that have increased its accuracy for woodworking:

- Upgrade the blade for woodworking: A Forrest or other quality blade blade really improves the cut

- Upgrade the miter: I now use a Jessem Mite-R-Excel which is smooth in the slot and dead-on accurate in both the angle and stop.

- Use a zero-clearance insert: The insert that comes with the saw tends to deflect downward under minor pressure (such as cutting tenons)

- Use a dust collector indoors: Sawdust will still collect under the table, just not as much.

There are some things I've learned to live with:

- The machined portion of the arbor is a bit short for a dado set so the outer blade often rides on the threads making the dado uneven.

- The ramp to the blade is shorter than on a contractor/cabinet saw.

- The table is not as dead-flat as a cast iron table. Also, don't count on clamping anything down on the table.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By C. Patten on April 5, 2006
OK...so I don't normally write reviews, but this saw warrants it's due respect. I purchased this saw out of necessity shortly after returning a Hitachi table saw (used it once...garbage..don't bother). The Hitachi felt like a cheaply made, inaccurate out of the box piece of junk. Therefore, becuase I own many other Bosch tools I decided to give this table saw a try. Everyone had rated it almost perfect. Took advantage of a $75 discount and free shipping provided by amazon. Once the saw arrived via truck freight (not light by any means), I immediately opened the box. Nirvana. First thought was that this thing is hefty and extremely well engineered (unlike the Hitachi). Installation was simple, operation is quiet and powerful, and the gravity-rise stand is awesome. Very minimal calibration out of the box. I use this saw all the time, and enjoy every minute. If you are in the market for a really nice portable table saw that means business, buy this saw. It is truely worth every penny.
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