|Item Weight||52 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||26 x 24.75 x 15.5 inches|
|Item model number||GTS1031|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Power Source||Corded Electric|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Blade Length||10 Inches|
|Included Components||(1) table saw, (1) 24-tooth carbide saw blade, (1) rip fence, (1) miter gauge, (1) push stick, (2) blade-change wrenches|
|Warranty Description||30-day money back guarantee, 1 yr warranty|
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Bosch 10-Inch Portable Jobsite Table Saw GTS1031 with One-Handed Carry Handle
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|Blade Length||10 Inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||26 x 24.75 x 15.5 inches|
|Power Source||Corded Electric|
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- Portable: Ultimate portability and mobility thanks to balanced one handed carry handle and compact design allowing you to bring this table saw along no matter the jobsite
- Tough: Durable and unique all steel base allows this portable table saw to take on the hardest job site abuse; The all steel base is built to withstand heavy impact and provide long lasting performance
- Precision: Square lock rip fence self aligning design for accurate performance and cutting consistency as you glide along the saw rails with ease; Also features smart guard with anti kickback pawls and riving knife system giving you full control
- Versatile: The 10 inch 24 tooth carbide table saw blade provides optimized 18 Inch; Rip capacity and a 5,000 no load rpm motor for a broad range of job site applications.Rip Capacity - Left (in):7.75
- Convenient: Keep your worksite clear with complete on tool storage under table store, rip fence, smart guard, miter gauge, and wrenches. Includes tool free dust chute clear out on back of table saw
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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.
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|Included Components||(1) table saw, (1) 24-tooth carbide saw blade, (1) rip fence, (1) miter gauge, (1) push stick, (2) blade-change wrenches||(1) DWE7485 8-1/4 in. Table Saw; (1) Fence; (1) Anti-Kickback Pawls; (1) Miter Gauge; (1) Push Stick; (1) 24T 8-1/4 in. Blade; (1) Non-thru cut riving Knife; (2) Blade Change Wrenches; (1) Modular Guard System||Construction - Power Saws, Concrete Saw, Power Reciprocating Saw||Bare-Tool||1) Table Saw Stand|
|Item Dimensions||26.00 x 24.75 x 15.50 inches||26.65 x 14.08 x 27.15 inches||31.00 x 24.50 x 31.00 inches||0.00 x 0.00 x 0.00 inches||22.80 x 21.70 x 3.60 inches|
|Power Source||Corded Electric||—||Corded Electric||—||—|
Portable Table Saw, Blade Dia.10 In. , Arbor Size 5/8 In. , Motor HP 4, Amps 15. 0, No Load RPM 5000, Blade Tilt Right/Left, Depth of Cut @ 90 Deg.3-1/4 In. , Depth of Cut @ 45 Deg.2-3/8 In. , Cutting Capacity Rip Left 8-1/2 In. , Cutting Capacity Rip Right 18 In. , Table Surface w/Extension 21-1/2 In. x 22-1/2 In. , Table Front of Blade 5 In. , Overall Height 13 In. , Overall Width 22-1/2 In. , Overall Depth 22-1/2 In. , Voltage 120VAC, Phase 1, Hz 60.
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1) It is a job-site saw. It has limitations. Should you look to build fine furniture with it? Nope, but I dare say that you could, if you're willing to put a lot of extra effort into your measurements between every cut, and if you don't mind some waste. But is it a good/great job-site saw, or saw for a small workshop? Absolutely! I use mine for building faith chests for our church. I work in an extremely limited space in my basement (shop is about 160 square feet) so any table saw larger than this one is out of the question. But it handles the cuts I need with plenty of power and the accuracy I need for my purposes.
2) It is relatively safe. Would I love to have a SawStop? You bet, but as I just indicated, I don't have the room, and I also don't have the money to invest in one. The riving knife works well, my fence is straight, and I even keep the blade guard on most of the time.
3) It seems well made. Yes, the engine is a screamer, but you should be wearing ear protection regardless, and I wish it had a soft start , but it doesn't so ... you simply get used to that. There is a lot of metal in the Bosch, and the plastic is fairly well protected by the roll cage. If you're looking for a saw that don't want to have to baby at the end of the day when you throw it in the back of your truck (I'm not a contractor, but I've seen the way their trucks look at the end of a day) this is a great candidate.
4) I eventually bought the stand for the saw, and love it. There are days when I think "I need a bigger table saw, and I could probably sell this one for 80% of what I paid for it" (a great selling point) and days where I think "all I need is an outfeed table, or a Rousseau table, and I'll be fine." But the reality is, I still have a small shop, so I need something that doesn't take up much space. I keep the saw out, on the stand, and I can move the entire unit into the spot I need it to be, with very little exertion.
All in all, the saw's greatest deficiency is its size. I don't rip 4x8 sheets of plywood on it; I go out in the garage with the circular saw for that. But I'll likely never have a shop begin enough to rip 4x8 sheets of plywood -- my shop, as I mentioned, is in the basement, not the garage, and I live in the upper midwest, so I don't see that ever changing (we need to have space for cars in the garage during the winter) -- so I don't need a saw that can do that. I just need a saw that cuts straight, doesn't bog down, is small, and, if need be, can travel. The GTS1031 does all of that for me. So my five star rating is based on whether the saw met my expectations. It has, in every way.
The only cons I can think of would be the material on top. A smoother surface would be nice for feeding but it doesn’t seem to impede operation.
After using this saw for some time now, I've outgrown it. I'd give it a 3/5 stars now. It's a portable jobsite saw through and through. I would not recommend this to build furniture with. At the time, skillset and the budget I had, this worked, but it just isn't that precise for fine furniture. 3/5 stars because tuning this saw is a must and that is a bear on this saw, it is super loud even with good ear protection and the full brunt of the 5k rpms when you start is always a kick in the pants.
One thing that turned out to be pleasant was for what it's worth on a jobsite saw, dust collection with my shop vac wasn't half bad. Nothing amazing, but much better than the dust shooting out of the back. Don't get the bag for this saw. Worthless. A shop vac and 2.5" hose did its job.
This is a great saw. One really annoying thing though is that the bolts that you need to loosen to adjust the blade parallel to the miter track is that mine were STUCK. I had to take the saw to a Bosch service center for them to loosen them. I tried with everything I had under the sun to loosen those bolts. Also, this saw is loud and not having a soft start leaves something to be desired. I knew about these things going in so I'm still happy with the purchase. It does have a lot of power so that makes up for these shortcomings. I was able to cut 8/4 walnut with a full kerf blade no problem. Slow and steady. Just tune this saw when you get it, put on your ear protection and get to work! 4/5 stars because tuning this saw is a must out of the box and stuck bolts are unacceptable.
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I chose Bosch as the GTS1031 was a better fit for the kind of woodworking I wanted to do.
The saw arrived quickly and was packaged almost fully assembled and I was able to start cutting wood within ten minutes of opening the box, With the included 24 tooth cheapo blade, I was able to re-saw a scrap maple 2"x3" x 4' board into 3 picesn 2"x1" x4' that were ready to be planed into 1"x2" dimensional finishing maple (3/4" x 1 1/2").
I took out the included Bosch blade and replaced it with a Freud LU79R010 80 tooth thin kerf plywood and melamine blade and the saw shined. With the new blade my practice cuts on Baltic Birch plywood were perfect. A finishing ready raw plywood edge that didn't require any sanding as well there was no tearout.
I would have given the saw a five however there is a serious safety defect in the design of the saw. The place where the cross bar slips into the riving knive is very flimsy leaving much play when the blade guard is installed.. It appears that the saw simply relies on the weight of the guard assembly to hold it in place and when it is supposedly locked in place it can easily be knocked out. This resulted in a terrible accident when I was cutting a half inch thick piece of Baltic Birch using the mitre gauge to assist in a 90 degree crosscut. The cross bar slipped out of the rear notch on the riving knife and the metal fork hit the new Freud LU79R010 blade knocking several teeth off. Luckily I was wearing safety glasses and was immediately able to hit the off switch. Nobody was hurt but a $120 blade was ruined.
Why couldn't Bosch used a positive form of attaching the balde gaurd to the riving knife? Had they used the same method of a sprung bolt going through a hole in the riving knife, that was used to attach the anti-kickback device to the riving knife this accident never would have happened. How I see it Bosch owes me a new Freud blade.
The safety guard can't even be attached to the riving knife, it can only be clicked into a wobbly unsafe position.
Hopefully Bosch and Amazon stand behind their products enough to make things right again. I feel I deserve a replacement Freud blade and a new safety guard.