|Item Weight||64.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||27.4 x 25 x 15.8 inches|
|Item model number||GTS1031|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||30-day money back guarantee, 1 yr warranty|
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Bosch GTS1031 10-Inch Portable Jobsite Table Saw
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- Ultimate portability thanks to balanced one-handed carry handle and compact design
- Durable and unique all-steel base designed to take jobsite abuse
- Square lock rip fence--self-aligning design for accurate performance
- Optimized capacity for broad range of applications
- Complete on-tool storage under table--store, rip fence, smart guard, miter gauge, and wrenches
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GTS1031 10-Inch Portable Jobsite Table Saw
The Bosch GTS1031 10-Inch Portable Jobsite Table Saw provides ultimate portability and durability in one package – providing a balanced one-handed carry handle and an all-steel and lightweight base. The saw comes equipped with Bosch's innovative Smart Guard System modular blade guard and a SquareLock rip fence for outstanding trueness. This table saw allows users to deliver their cuts faster. The table includes on-tool storage under the table, storing all the accessories.
(1) table saw, (1) 24-tooth carbide saw blade, (1) rip fence, (1) miter gauge, (1) push stick, (2) blade-change wrenches
- Amperage: 15
- Arbor size: 5/8-Inch
- Bevel angle range: -2 to 47 degrees
- Blade diameter: 10 inches
- Cord length: 6 feet
- Depth of cut at 45 degrees: 2-1/4 inches
- Depth of cut at 90 degrees: 3-1/8 inches
- Net tool weight: 52 lbs.
- No load RPM: 5,000
Jobsite mobility and balance
The Bosch GTS1031 Jobsite Table Saw was designed for mobility, thanks to its single-handle carry design for a well-balanced lift zone. The ergonomic soft-grip handle and optimized center of gravity help make transporting this 52 lbs. saw easy. It has dual-side handles that are positioned to make it easier to load the saw into a truck or set up on a stand or work platform. The base stacks on the side for transport and stable storage.
Tough build, generous storage
The table saw features a unique base built to take jobsite abuse. The all-steel base is durable and helps the saw to hold up against impacts and other heavy-duty job conditions. This lightweight base comes with rubber feet to help give it great stability when in use. It offers on-tool stowing under table, storing the SquareLock rip fence, Smart Guard System, miter gauge, push stick and wrenches under table for protection during transport and storage.
True cuts for reliable output
The SquareLock Rip Fence helps to decrease waste by increasing cutting trueness and maximizing output. With auxiliary fence slots and a T-slot miter gauge, this fence has been designed to be the best and most accurate in the business. It is able to easily glide along the rail for easy one-handed operation and quick locking into place. The riving knife prevents material from pinching the blade and offers positions for full upright, splitting and non-thru cutting.
Smart guard saves time
The Smart Guard System modular blade guard attaches and detaches in mere seconds. The rawls and riving knife provide superior control over the material while cutting. The 20-Inch x 22-1/2-Inch portable tabletop has an 18-Inch rip capacity, taking on larger stock or sheet good. It has a 4.0 HP, 5,000 no-load rpm motor and a 5/8-Inch arbor size. It has a tool-free dust chute clear-out on the back of saw for easy maintenance.
Top Customer Reviews
6/19/2011 update: I just wanted to mention that after having this saw for a few more weeks that it has performed flawlessly. I ripped a 2" thick piece of hard maple a few days ago ( about 3 rips total for the board ) and it chewed that wood up without a hiccup...:). The saw has plenty of power and even with the stock blade you can get real nice rips and crosscuts and the wood has a pretty good finish on it when you're done. Still needs to be jointed but the finish is pretty good. I'll add another update in a few more months. Thanks for reading...:).
3/25/2012 update: Just recieved the latest copy of Wood Magazine and noticed a review of this saw and they give it 5 out of 5 stars in the review. The issue is 211 ( may 2012 ) and it's on page 80.
When I turned the saw on, right away I hated the fast rough start, and the loudness of it. I figured I would get over that in time, but havent in 6 months of ownership.
The saw cuts very aggressively, but rough. There seems to be a little play in the arbor, and the saw leaves blade marks all over the wood. It is very loud.
I think this saw is good for someone that isnt doing finish work with it, but for my trade I wouldnt recommend it to anyone. This saw is better suited to a hobbyist or a contractor that needs a table saw but doesnt need a real quality cut.
It is nicely portable, which is the best feature of the saw.
I like the fence. It self-aligns pretty well so long as you don't just jam the lever down. You need to be gentle since it grabs at both ends. That means you must lift it and gently press down the locking-lever a couple of times to insure the front part registers to the front fence. It takes a few extra seconds, but when locked the fence is rock solid... it does not budge.
Much has been said about the design features, mainly that all the components have a storage place. I guess that's important if you must move it a lot. I find the riving knife position most useful for all through cuts. The split-guards actually work and move independently of each other, which is mainly useful for cross-cuts. The saw is aligned well, so I haven't discovered if the anti-kickback pawls work. They look like they would though, and that is comforting.
Like most table-saws, the miter gauge is sloppy and inaccurate. There is some play in the slot, but I solved that by adding some UHMW "slippery" tape to one side of the miter-bar.
I MUCh prefer a hand-wheel for angle adjustment and I do not like the lever adjustment for angles. It's OK for 45 degree angles since I just use a good square to adjust it, but all the other common angles in-between have no solid stops. You have to loosen the lever, move the carriage, support the weight by hand as you aim at rather coarse degree markings, then lock the thing in place.Read more ›
The Bosch is slightly heavier than the Dewalt at 52 pounds but the side handle makes it so easy to carry around that you don't mind. On top of which this saw can store vertically saving a bunch of space. It was perfect out of the box, no adjustment needed and it took me less than 15 minutes to assemble all parts and get a general working idea of how to operate it. The rip fence was a little awkard intially, the release mechanism requires a lot of force to push up and you almost feel like you're breaking something but after a couple of uses it loosened up and felt more natural. The Dewalt rip fence slides more easily because it sits on a movable track but the Bosch is more accurate, toting it's self aligning, and it is, so far. The table can extend to allow for an 18 inch cut, beating out Dewalt's 16 inch max and I love that the Bosch is not completely made out of plastic! This thing can actually take some abuse. But the best part yet though is you can store all attachements underneath the table.
Bosch focused their efforts on creating smart and inituitve design features that really make this saw fun and easy to use. The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is that Bosch only offeres a 1 year warranty compared to Dewalt's 3 and the plug is slightly smaller than normal so any tugging on it pulls it quite easily out of the outlet. I have a Bosch palm sander that does the same thing. It's either a design flaw or they intended to prevent tripping on cords. Either way I would definitely recommend this highly portable table saw. It's more expensive than the Dewalt but so worth it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love the saw, especially since it's portable too. Fence works great. Knocked out a table for it to support full sheets of plywood. All reclaimed lumber!Published 25 days ago by D. Monroe
I like quality...in the past that was why I bought Bosch. I bought this saw as I thought it to be a tough accurate little saw...like the stand a lot... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Randolph B. Rowe
Excellent no complaints.
Cuts nice and smooth.
The noise level is a little high but does the job.
Wish Bosch can come up with a table saw that is a bit quieter.
Wow! that's about all I can say. Wow! This is the most amazing job site table saw I've ever used. Read morePublished 2 months ago by V. Scott
The base saw itself is great! However, the included blade is very cheap (to be expected) and wobbles a bit. Read morePublished 2 months ago by john guarino
The packaged saw arrived well and without damage in Saudi Arabia. It is too bad that I didn't read the fine print when ordering this table saw. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Christina Schraeder
I had bought a Bosch 4100 saw on Amazon years ago and it was a monster, cutting beautifully even through thick hard woods like rosewood, walnut and maple. Read morePublished 3 months ago by d
I like everything about this saw as stated in many other reviews. BUT a big complaint for me is the standard stamped steel insert does not fit flush with the table. Read morePublished 3 months ago by dan
This saw makes horrible cuts. The arbor is very obviously not running true. Even a high quality Freud blade resulted in terrible cuts. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ken N.