|Item Weight||67 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||28.9 x 12.99 x 20.87 inches|
|Item model number||3410-02|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Style||10'' Table Saw_Old Version|
|Power Source||Electric Powered|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty||30 Day Money Back Guarantee - 1 year warranty|
SKIL 3410-02 10-Inch Table Saw with Folding Stand
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|Power Source||Electric Powered|
|Item Weight||67 Pounds|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||28.9 x 12.99 x 20.87 inches|
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- 20-Inch x 26-Inch cast aluminum table extends to 20-Inch x 32-Inch for longer work pieces
- 3-1/2-Inch cut height capacity for cutting through 4x materials
- Heavy-duty steel stand for fast setup and easy transport. Bevel Angle Range:0° to 47°
- Self-Aligning Rip Fence for accurate measurements
- EZ view measurement system for accurate settings.Cord Length:6 feet
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SKIL 3410-02 10-Inch Table Saw
Ideal for DIY woodworkers looking to tackle bigger projects in and around the house, the 3410 SKIL Table Saw is an essential tool. Rip long boards to width, cross cut smaller pieces, miter or bevel – this powerful table saw features 3-1/2-inch cut height capacity to slice through 4X the material. The 20 x 26-inch cast aluminum table supports your work, and the self-aligning rip fence and EZ View measurement system help you achieve accurate cuts. The 3410 Table Saw sets up fast with the Quick-Mount system on a heavy-duty steel stand.
(1) 10-Inch Table Saw, (1) Carbide-Tooth Blade, (2) Blade Wrenches, (1) Heavy-Duty Steel Folding Stand, (1) Self-Aligning Rip Fence, (1) Miter Gauge
- Amperage: 15
- Blade Diameter: 10-Inches
- Certifications: cULus
- Bevel: 2-47 Degrees
- Max Cut Depth at 45 Degrees: 2.5-Inches
- Max Cut Depth at 90 Degrees: 3.5-Inches
- Max Dado Width: 13/15-Inch
- No Load RPM: 5,000
- Rating: 120V
15 Amp Motor
A 15 amp motor is perfect for ripping through all varieties of wood.
Heavy-Duty Steel Folding Stand with Quick-Mount
Includes a durable steel folding stand with quick-mount that makes setup quick and easy, and storage convenient.
3-1/2-Inch Cut Height Capacity
The 3-1/2-inch cut height can cut through 4x the material in one pass, providing the cutting capacity necessary for tackling various carpentry and woodworking projects.
EZ View Measurement System
An EZ view measurement system and self-aligning rip fence ensure accurate settings and measurements.
Skil 3410-02 10" Table SawSkil 3410-02 10" Table Saw Features: Table saw Heavy duty folding stand for fast setup and easy transport Cut height capacity cuts through 4 times materials Self aligning rip fence for accurate measurements Miter gauge guides work pieces when making cross cuts EZ view measurement system for accurate settings On tool storage for all accessories and guarding system Die cast aluminum table Includes 3410 table saw.
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Skil Benchtop Power Tools are Quality Tools at a Great Price !
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But enough of that, to the issue at hand: I like this new saw. It is as well designed and built as one has any right to expect at this price point, the stand is remarkably well engineered and quite sturdy; the twin tab and dual toggle method of mounting the saw to the stand is near genius.
My unit exhibits none of the blade wobble during raising and lowering that another documented (if it had it would be one its way back first thing in the morning); nor do I feel that the plastic hand wheel for the blade hoist, or plastic lever for locking the bevel angle are inadequate to their roles. Blade alignment in all relevant planes was dead on as delivered (BTW the packaging was good with the saw itself and main stand component tightly held in place by Styrofoam blocking).
The blade/motor hoist mechanism is of a straight vertical lift design with the cast aluminum motor/arbor assembly riding on two vertical rods mounted in a substantial steel base. One rod plain and one "worm-gear" threaded mating to a nut in the motor/arbor assembly. The threaded rod carries a bevel gear that mates with a similar gear on the crank shaft for raising/lowering the blade. It is a much more rugged and elegant design than the simple pivoting motor/arbor utilized on my old Delta, and many similarly priced new saws. That the tilt/bevel lock and blade hoist crank are mounted concentrically is a nice touch. Often on my old saw the bevel clamp was above the elevation crank and often interfered with each other's motion.
What else? It does start with a "bang" as do most lower-end direct drive table saws--my Delta did that for 10+ years, had it survived the fall I suspect it would have for another 10. When spun up it is surprisingly quiet for a 10" saw, spinning down is quiet as well indicating that the reduction gears are well fitted and aligned.
The included 28 point carbide blade seems to be of good quality, it is nonetheless a 28-point blade. I will keep it for some future use, however I installed a relatively new 60-point Diablo blade I had used in the Delta (RIP my old friend). The table on the old Delta was unfinished cast aluminum and had to be sanded and "steel-wooled" now and then; the cast aluminum table on this saw has some coating/finish that feels "hard" to my finger nails--time will tell about that.
Being an older fellow (72 last April) I removed the riving knife and did not install the anti-kickback pawl and silly plastic guard--how does having to look through a sawdust encrusted and filled plastic cover to see the blade make me any "safer"? When cutting stock that needs it I always have a pocket full of small hardwood wedges, and to be honest the dreaded "kickback" is not all it's laid out to be once you have learned to know when it's eminent, and what to do at that time.
It was missing one crucial piece, the extension backrest fastens to a couple of steel tubes using two M5 x 16 Phillips pan-head machine screws and two flat washers. Oddly the packet intended to contain same did have it full contingent of four pieces, but it was one screw and three washers. Not a big deal as just a bit of rummaging turned up a couple of M5 x 6 socket caps that did the job.
So, that's all I have to say about that. I like it, it is a great value and my goal is to keep it off any scaffolding for at least a couple years...
Right out of the box the blade could not be set at 0 degrees/ dead center - once it got to 6 degrees it stopped solid and there was no fixing it.
So before I even got to power it up I had to disassemble everything, box it up and return it.
This was my first Skil product purchase and possibly my last.
I have a set of Dewalt power tools and they have been great, so I think I'm going to play it safe, spend a few extra bucks and get a Dewalt for my first table saw too.
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I also couldn't get the blade to 90 degrees precise, best was 89.86
I think that the saw was assembled very quickly without a check on the accuracy of the finished product.
La guía de transversal es muy mala. Lo mejor seria comprar una de mejor calidad o hacer guías, según cada caso.
1 light weight. Can easily be moved around a shop or to a worksite.
2 wide work surface. The side extends out giving you more room for cross cuts. There is also an extendable outfeed.
3 power. It's a very powerful machine and will cut through anything you throw at it. Provided you install a good blade in it. ( Freud Diablo works great)
4 the arbor is a standard 5/8 and also made wide enough to install a dado stack.
1 plastic base is a little flimsy. And you don't want to mistreat anything that might break.
2 miter gauge is crap. It moves around a lot and you will need to calibrate it anything you want to change the angle.
3 miter slots have little tabs. This means buying after market miter gigs or any sleds will be a waste of money because they won't fit. ( easy fix! I cut them off flush with the channel with a dremil and cutting disk. Now I can use all the gigs and sleds I want)