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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
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.
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I had a really long and detailed review of this saw and all of the nifty modifications I made to it over the last 15 years, but the damn computer erased it all.Published 12 months ago by Mr. Martin R. Coleman
Buying my first table saw was an agonizing experience. I had limited room in my garage. I had limited... well, actually, I had NO experience. Read morePublished on December 21, 2004 by Bryan H. Starmer
I purchased this saw as an emergency replacement one night. Paid $271 at Lowes. I feel I got my moneys worth from this purchase. Read morePublished on June 22, 2004 by Shamus T Sage
This is the first tablesaw I have ever used, let alone owned. I expect I will be using it for an occasional home project - nothing anywhere close to daily. Read morePublished on June 12, 2004
I didnt like my craftsman saw, because of it was so light, the blade had about 3/16'' runout and alot small things were plain junky on it. I decided to upgrade to this delta saw. Read morePublished on June 3, 2004 by Andrew Frank
This tablesaw is a great leap forward for those who own a inexpensive entry level tablesaw. The cast iron table coupled with a sturdy leg system give you great stability for almost... Read morePublished on January 16, 2004 by Michael Perry
Bought this saw 1 year ago. I operate a small woodworking business on the side, making smaller pieces of furniture, coffe tables, chests, etc.. Read morePublished on November 7, 2003 by Glenn Legge
I have had fairly good success with this saw. It fills a gap between lightweight tabletop saws and the larger, more powerful contractor and cabinet saws. Read morePublished on October 6, 2002 by Ron Barras