|Item Weight||25.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||19.7 x 19.3 x 11 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||RK7321|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited 2-year warranty|
Rockwell RK7321 BladeRunner with Wall Mount
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- Includes wall mount, five T-shank jigsaw blades, and miter gauge/rip fence
- Durable, low-friction stainless steel table top
- Weighs only 13.2 lbs, making it easy to transport
- Perfect for inside cuts, miter cuts, scroll cuts, metal and tile cuts, circle cuts, and rip cuts
- 5.5-amp input power
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Lightweight, compact design ideal for mounting on walls or benchtop surfaces.
Make precise cuts through wood, metal, plastic, aluminum, and ceramic tile.
With the BladeRunner, there's no need for bulky workbenches or multiple tools. Simply mount the cutter to the wall with the included wall mount, or on any benchtop surface. The 5.5-amp power provides reliable performance without unnecessary bulk. At 13.2 pounds, the BladeRunner is easy to take to and from the job-site.
Stainless steel tabletop.
This multi-purpose precision cutting machine utilizes any T-shank jigsaw blade, so making a variety of cuts is as simple as a quick blade change. Within moments, you can go from creating scroll cuts in wood to circle cuts in tile. Thanks to its variable speed motor control and a simple blade-changing mechanism, you can quickly switch between different cuts in different materials.With the available accessories, you can make perfect circle cuts (RW9261) or cut picture frames (RW9262) with precision and ease.
Durable Construction with Dust Port for Less Cleanup
Featuring a low-friction, stainless steel tabletop, the BladeRunner's durable design is built to last. For added convenience, its dust port attaches to any shop vacuum to keep your workspace cleaner and improve visibility.
What's in the Box
BladeRunner, 5 T-shank jigsaw blades, miter gauge/rip fence, wall mount, screws, drywall anchors, and user manual.
Top Customer Reviews
Let me start by saying that the best tool there is, is the right one for the job. Depending on your needs, this may or may not be the tool for you. I needed this for four things.
1. Cut square aluminum profiles and have them be plumb and square: Check!
2. Cut 16 gauge X 6" sheet metal straight across and also be able to slot 1/4" slots for the brackets I am making: Check(with a slight modification)!
3. Cut plastic/PVC straight and accurately: Check!
4. Cut wood, mostly 1"x2"s for making jigs, etc.: Check!
Also, since my budget is limited as is my workspace, running across this on the infomercial happened at the right time and place for me. I was considering getting a chop saw with metal blade (around $250) and a metal band saw blade for my band saw (around $50 + about $12 shipping) because I am making items that I can sell for around $180 each, I figured one sale and this is paid for so I gave it a go.
The good, bad and ugly:
First the BAD: Because so many reviews were bad. This is not perfect. It could use a little tweaking but I have found workarounds for any issues that I had with it. I would give it 5 stars if not for these tiny inconveniences.
Let's talk about the miter gauge/fence combo. It could be way better. That being said, I have purchased a $500 band saw and the miter gauge could've been better.Read more ›
Extremely light. Love the carry handle and little effort needed to handle weight. Lots of people complain about plastic parts and this one has plenty. No problem for me. This is 21st century and plastics are de riguer and quite sturdy.
Bladerunner seems smaller in person, but quite adequate nonetheless.
I read a review about using better quality blades than came with it and I agree. Stuck the wood blade in for first try and it did not cut as expected. Put a better quality blade in it from my jigsaw collection and it cut like a hot knife through butter. Yep, use better blades. Only tried wood so far, but believe it will do fine with other materials as per specs.
About blade insertion: Seems if the blade is stuck in and you think it is secure, it may not be. When placed in reciever, there seems to be about a 1/16 more it can be pushed in(like its going against a spring force) and that is where it is totally secure. I put one blade in(without pushing the extra 1/16-before I knew I had to), pulled up on it to see if secure(it seemed to be), and when I started cutting, it came out. I tested the procedure over and over and when I didn't push that little extra, I could pull out the blade every time by hand. So, now I'm careful to make sure, with the added grunt pull.
I have to wear ear protection when using. It makes too much noise for me not to.
When cutting, it does not shake and vibrate at all. Very satisfied with how secure it is in the wall mount. If you are not using the right blade, wrong speed, too much feed, etc., I suppose the machine will let you know with some shaking.Read more ›
Even when cutting pine the blade tries to follow the grain..The blade needs support at the top. I had very high hopes for it. Having a very small shop I thought it would be great. I wouldn't say it's junk but it's not as good as the commercials say...
This is the only table saber saw that I've ever located. There used to be tables that would mount hand-held routers or saber saws, but they seem to be no longer sold. I was looking for an inexpensive substitute for a small band saw for making only straight cuts, but all the table scroll saws I found did not have square tables, and so, they can't have fences or even the ability to mount a temporary fence/jig for (trying to) making straight cuts.
It comes with a miter gauge attachment that's definitely cheap. There are three 2-holed shim strips supplied for the gauge. I had to "tin snip" one to produce a "washer" shim which is on the angle adjustment knob. Using a whole shim results in an unacceptable gap between the fence and the table top. Even so, the gauge's fence also doesn't lie perfectly flat on the table, probably because the table top being made of sheet metal rather than being a machined-flat slab of cast metal ($$$). This makes the table surface uneven and creates gaps under the miter gauge's fence.
My main reason for getting this tool is to cut 0.62 inch hard plastic (epoxy resin+fiber glass) printed circuit boards for circuit prototyping purposes. Thin stock can unintentionally slip underneath the fence which causes a miss-cut. This doesn't happen on materials thicker than about 1/10th inch.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I saw this on late night television and had to have it. It is a good product for light projects. I wouldn't try it for any wood greater than 1" think. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Dan_in_SJ
Holding up well since purchase. Probably not of commercial grade, but great for the homeowner.Published 4 months ago by Timmy Boy
I bought this to quickly and accurately cut laminate flooring I was installing at my in laws house, which it worked well for. Read morePublished 5 months ago by John Diaz
Very useful, very Versatile! Although I'm not sure that it can replace a true table saw, but it does things that a table saw can't. It is also nice and small for easy storage.Published 5 months ago by Michael Zink
Have just thrown away my second blade runner. First one motor froze and had to buy another. After 1 1/2 years this motor froze. Read morePublished 6 months ago by J. P. Cubberly
Most of the negative reviews should have never been written. Why? The "negative" points brought up are stated clearly in the copy.
"The kerf is to thick". Read more
Small, thin jobs only. Blade wanders on anything thicker than 0.5 inches and cuts at an angle. I would have been better off with a band saw, even an inexpensive onePublished 7 months ago by Gravwell
Well, it's handier than a free standing saber saw, but far from precise. I'll keep it and continue to use it from time to time but wouldn't recommend buying one.Published 8 months ago by Edinorlando