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DELTA TS300 Shopmaster 10-Inch Stationary Table Saw

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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight159 pounds
Product Dimensions31.5 x 26 x 18 inches
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Item model numberTS300
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Included Componentsbare-tool
Warranty Description2 Years
  
Additional Information
ASINB00006JZZL
Best Sellers Rank #1,848,490 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight162 pounds
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 AvailableSeptember 5, 2002
  
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Product Description

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The TS300 sits at the top of Delta's Shopmaster line of table saws and is designed with intermediate woodworkers and serious home do-it-yourselfers in mind. A 15 amp motor spins the blade at 5,500 rpm, providing plenty of power for working with hardwoods. The TS300 has a 22-1/4-by-20-3/8-inch cast-iron table and two steel extension wings, offering plenty of table space, and a 27-inch rip capacity to the right of the blade--more than enough to rip full sheets of plywood in half. (Try that with your average benchtop saw and see how it works.) You can also cut dados (up to 13/16 inch) with this saw, or perform molding operations with a cutterhead accessory. We like the T-square fence on this saw; it's hard to find a fence as reliably accurate in this price range. This saw also come with a good miter gauge for use in crosscutting operations. While the TS300 will provide more than enough saw for home users and intermediate woodworkers, professionals will want to consider a step up to one of Delta's industrial contractor saws. --Brian Trinen

From the Manufacturer

Combining power with precision T-square accuracy, this 10-inch ShopMaster table saw has a powerful 15 amp motor that provides 5,500 rpm via an internal cog-belt drive system that delivers power to the blade smoothly and efficiently. Thermal overload protection prevents motor damage during extremely heavy use. The 10-inch blade cuts a maximum depth of 3-1/8 inches, and the rugged T-square fence lets you cut 27 inches to the right of the blade. Pre-drilled fence holes allow easy mounting of wooden auxiliary fences. The 22-1/4-by-38-3/8-inch table and wings provide ample support for large workpieces. The rock-solid cast iron table reduces vibration, and at 145 pounds, it can still be easily transported by two people for jobsite use. The T-slot miter gauge supports the workpiece even beyond the table. Convenient up-front controls for blade height and angle adjustments. Two-year limited warranty on machines, parts, and accessories. Package includes saw, stand, 27-inch T-s! quare fence, T-slot miter gauge, 10-inch blade, and instruction manual.

Model TS300 Delta Shop Master Model TS300 10" Table Saw includes 15 amp, 120V motor, stand, cast iron table top, miter gauge, T-Square rip fence, table insert, see-through blade guard with splitter and anti-kickback fingers, 10" carbide-tipped saw blade, wrench and instruction manual.

The Delta Difference

  • Powerful 15 amp. motor provides 5500 rpm blade speed
  • Full 22 1/4" X 38 3/8"table with extension wings provides large work support
  • Maximum 3 1/8" depth of cut at 90 degrees, 2 1/8" at 45-degree blade tilt; rips to the center of a 4-foot panel
  • See-through blade guard with ant-kickback fingers
  • Miter gauge with 45-degree right and left and 90-degree stops for accurate angle cutting
  • T-slot miter gauge grooves hold miter gage beyond table
  • Moulding operations can be performed using the accessory cutterhead and table insert
  • Cut dados at any width up to 13/16" simply by mounting accessory dado and table insert
SPECIFICATIONS
Motor
Amps: 15
Type: Universal
Key feature: Belt and gear
Blade Arbor: 5/8"
Speed: 5500 rpm
Diameter: 10"(254 mm)
Capacities
Max. depth of cut at 90 degrees: 3 1/8"(79 mm)
Max. depth of cut at 45 degrees: 2 1/8"(54 mm)
Table distance in front of blade at depth of cut: 11 3/4"(298 mm)
Max. width of dado: 13/16"(21 mm)
Max. rip to right of blade for: 27"(686 mm)
Max. rip to left of blade for:12":(305 mm)
Table
Size: 22 1/4" X 20 3/8"(565 X 518 mm)
Size with both extension wings: 22 1/4" X 38 3/8"(565 X 975 mm)
Height on stand: 34 7/8"(886 mm)
Miter gauge groove: 3/8" X 3/4" T-slot
Overall dimensions Height: 40"(1016 mm)
Width : 51"(1295 mm)
Depth: 35 1/2"(902 mm)
Weight: 160 lbs.(73 kg)
Delta Tools Warranty
Standard two-year warranty covers any Delta machine, machine part or machine accessory.

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The best low priced saw I've seen.
Shamus T Sage
This saw would be ideal for small projects or hobbies, but falls short for most moderate to large woodworking projects.
Robert
The blade is a good compromise between a fast ripping blade and fine cutting blade.
como651

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

58 of 59 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 20, 2003
I've had this tablesaw for approximately one year. I use it at least once per week for home improvement/repair and furniture making. The two main factors that brought me to my ultimate purchase of this saw was that it had a T-slot for the mitre gauge and the price (a local home center sells it for less than Amazon).
Here what I've found;
Table
The table is flat, although I spent several hours sanding the top to remove the machining grooves.
Blade Adjustments
The blade was parallel with the mitre slots right out of the box.
Tilt stop at 90 deg was out of calibration but easily fixed.
Tilt stop at 45 deg was right on.
Fence
The supplied fence is in two parts (to allow it to fit in the box) At first I was dissapointed, but the guide rail is continuous to the right side of the blade. Most of my use of the fence is to the right of the blade so the two piece fence has not been a concern. Calibration of the fence was fairly easy, about ten minutes. Fence design has a tray that collects dust. The dust and shavings that sit in the tray can alter the calibration of the fence. I have to clean the fence tray before every adjustment.
Table Wings
The table wings are made of stamped steel and impossible to adjust the whole wing to be on the same plane as the cast iron table top. I opted to align the bolted edge level with the table and the opposing sides taper down slightly.
Blade Guard
This safety items is very hard to install in the same plane as the blade. It needs frequent adjustment to stay aligned. When mis-aligned, it actually becomes a safety issue. I have uninstalled my guard.
Motor
The universal 15 amp motor is approximately the same size as found in a standard quality circular saw.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By JL on March 3, 2003
I bought this saw about a month ago and I love it. It is just the right combination of heftyness (almost no vibration) and versatility in an affordable table saw. Only the true contractor's saws are better because of additional motor power. But for us weekend woodworkers who are building furniture and cabinets, it's just right. Unless you are building a house from the ground up, this saw should fit your needs.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By como651 on April 20, 2005
I've had this table saw for over 2 years now and have cut stuff on a regular basis. It keeps on going and never quits. I paid $200 at Home Depot for a floor model. I've definately got my money out of it. It doesn't look fancy like a Dewalt or Bosch but it gets the job done.

Pros - Saftey breaker trips when motor starts to overheat. This feature is great when your boards bind and the moter starts to work too hard. It resets itself after about 30 seconds. The fence and ruler are very accurate. The blade it comes with is carbide tipped and lasts for a long time. The blade is a good compromise between a fast ripping blade and fine cutting blade. I've cut plywood with it and ripped 4x4 boards at a reasonable feed speed. It does require 2 passes since the depth of the blade is 2 1/2". I've finally after 2 years need to replace it.

The saw with stand is heavy duty and stable.

Cons - The rubber leg inserts that fit on the bottom of the legs to protect your floor and absorb vibration will fall off if you move the saw. They are cheap and don't fit tight after a while. I advise to use liquid nails when putting them on right away or they will get lost. The safty shield with anti-kickback easily comes out of alignement if bumbed too hard and requires adjustment often. I took mine off after 2 weeks and have been happy ever since. This saw is far too heavy and bulky with the stand to use as a portable unit unless you are Arnold Schwarzenegger. No side bins or adequate mounting holes to mount a bin to keep the manual and arbor wrenches on the saw. I lost one of my arbor wrenches already.

Warning: Make sure your fence tension lock handle is adjusted with enough tension or else your fence will move when running big pieces resulting in a miss cut. I found this out the hard way. Once the proper tension is found it will stay put.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By B. Dugan on November 6, 2005
This is the first table saw I have owned. The reason I choose it was because it had the best fence and table for the price. I am still happy with my choice, however I would like to step up to a nicer saw sometime.

At first I had problems with power and the blade burning the wood, but after I threw away the orignal blade and put on a nice Oldham 8" I think its cuts wonderfully. Also the dado that I purchased is smaller 6" i think. After all the 8" blade removes only an inch from its original cutting depth, leaving a 2.5" cutting ability. The smaller blades also effectively increase the motors torque.

Some reviews complain about the motor bogging down. It is a universal motor, same design as most drill motors, its unloaded rpms will obviously be higher than its loaded rpms. I can hear the motor slow down some but it doesnt seem to be stalling to me. The motor is definately louder than an induction motor.

I choose not to put on the blade guard, if its not on perfect it would be a hazard. The most important safety equipment is on top of your neck! If you dont use your head you will get hurt.
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