|Item Weight||60 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||29 x 32 x 13.25 inches|
|Item model number||4100-10|
|Size||New Table Saw Stand|
|Style||25 In. Ripping Capacity|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Cord Length||6 Inches|
|Included Components||(1) 4100-10 10 In. Worksite Table Saw (1) Gravity-Rise Wheeled Table Saw Stand (1) Smart Guard System - Barrier-Guard Device and Anti-Kickback Pawls (1) 10 In. Carbide-Tipped Blade (1) SquareLock Rip Fence (1) Miter Gauge (1) Smart Guard System (1) Push Stick (1) Throat Plate Insert (1) Multi-Function Blade Wrench (1) Adjustment Wrench|
|Warranty||Limited 1 Year|
Bosch Power Tools 4100-10 Tablesaw - 10 Inch Jobsite Table Saw with 25 Inch Cutting Capacity and Portable Folding Table Stand
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- Powerful table saw – has 15-Amp saw with 4. 0 max HP and 3, 650 rpm, for rip-cutting and cross-cutting of fine and rough materials
- Dimensions: 37.7" D x 29.4" W x 19.4" H | Product Weight: 110 lb
- Large cast aluminum top – provides increased work space and material support with a 30 In. ripping capacity
- Soft-start circuitry – manages intensity of motor start-up and minimizes the likelihood possibility of tripping a circuit breaker
- Constant Response circuitry – helps maintain speed under load
- Restart protection – helps to avoid accidental startup
- Portability – works seamlessly with the included lighter GTA47W Gravity-Rise Wheeled Stand for easy jobsite mobility, with single-action setup and take down
- Smart Guard System – riving knife and anti-kickback pawls provide protection, while the guard assembly provides a barrier to help prevent blade contact while allowing an unobstructed view of the cut
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|Included Components||(1) 4100-10 10 In. Worksite Table Saw (1) Gravity-Rise Wheeled Table Saw Stand (1) Smart Guard System - Barrier-Guard Device and Anti-Kickback Pawls (1) 10 In. Carbide-Tipped Blade (1) SquareLock Rip Fence (1) Miter Gauge (1) Smart Guard System (1) Push Stick (1) Throat Plate Insert (1) Multi-Function Blade Wrench (1) Adjustment Wrench||(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||Bare-Tool||1) Table Saw Stand||(1) 4100 10 In. Worksite Table Saw, (1) Gravity-Rise Table Saw Stand, (1) Rear Outfeed, (1) 10 in. Carbide-Tipped Blade, (1) SquareLock Rip Fence, (1) Auxiliary Fence for Narrow Workpieces, (1) Miter Gauge, (1) Smart Guard System, (1) Push Stick, (1) Throat Plate Insert, (1) Multi-Function Blade Wrench, (1) Adjustment Wrench|
|Item Dimensions||29.00 x 32.00 x 13.25 inches||26.65 x 14.08 x 27.15 inches||0.00 x 0.00 x 0.00 inches||22.80 x 21.70 x 3.60 inches||27.00 x 32.50 x 13.00 inches|
The Bosch 4100 10 10 In. Work site Table Saw with Gravity Rise Wheeled Stand delivers both professional rip capacity and outstanding portability for a tool that can get the job done, wherever it is. The powerful 15 Amp saw delivers 4. 0 max HP for outstanding productivity. It also incorporates soft start circuitry for smooth but quick ramp up to the operating Speed to manage the intensity of motor start up and minimize the possibility of tripping a circuit breaker. It includes constant response circuitry to help maintain Speed under load, and overload protection. The square lock rip fence is engineered for maximum trueness and great ease of use, with the fence able to easily glide along the rail for one handed operation. The lighter GTA47W gravity rise wheeled stand has 8 In. treaded rubber composite tires and a single action design for easy set up and transport. It is job site ready with heavy duty construction. The smart guard system is the first modular table saw blade guard, featuring a three position adjustable riving knife, anti kickback pawls and non obstructed view barrier guard assembly. The table saw provides a 29 In. x 21 1/2 In. square tabletop with a 25 In. rip capacity for ripping 4 Ft. wide sheets goods in half. SquareLock rip fence – engineered for enhanced clamping and trueness.
Dimensions: Table saw & stand combination in working position = 30.25" Depth (front to back) x 47" Width (when extension is at in-most position) x 35.5" Height. Table-top dimensions = 21-1/2" Depth (front to back) x 29" Width (when extension is at in-most position). Weight: 58.0lb,Weight of Bare Saw - Lb: 63.0,Weight of Saw, Standard Equipment and Stand - Lb: 92.0,Width: 32.0. Works With: Vacuum Hoses-Common 2-1/2" Vacuum Hoses,Vacuum Hose Adapter for 35 mm Vacuum Cleaner Hoses-VAC004,Dust Bag-TS1004,Zero-Clearance Insert-TS1005,Dado Insert-TS1007,Molding Insert-TS1009,Outfeed Support-TS1016,Left-Side Support-TS1008.
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Next, the rip fence is pretty hard to adjust also, and mine had a few thousandths of a bow, but that bow is way within industry standard for a portable saw. Here's what you do: First, check it for parallel, you might get lucky. (On a side note, there is a fine line between how tight to set the locking arm adjustment screw with this rip fence. Too tight, and when you lock it, you'll loose the self-adjustment feature, too loose isn't good either. Adjust the screw (on the rear of the fence), to where the fence self aligns while still getting tight) If you are like me, mine was 15 thousandths out, then unlock the locking handle and loosen the two screws on top closest to you in THIS ORDER! Loosen the screw closest to the lock handle first, and for a few turns. Next, loosen the screw that is about 6 inches away toward the middle just enough to where the fence will rotate on this screw, but not so much as to be sloppy. Begin experimenting. Pivot the fence back and forth, running your measuring device up and down the fence until you get pretty close. Lock handle and checking for parallel. Again and again. When you finally get pretty close to parallel, then lock the lever and experiment with locking both screws. If it doesn't move and you are within a few thousandths, then voila, you are done with adjusting the blade and rip fence for parallel. The other adjustments are straight forward, and once set up, THIS IS A GREAT SAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Good luck, hope this review helps
The weak point of this rolling stand is the base where all the weight sits. I really like the Bosch rolling miter saw stand, which is what convinced me to buy this setup. When you compare the miter saw to this table saw, it's a night and day difference. The miter saw from Bosch has thicker and larger diameter metal tubing. It clearly weights more, but it's on wheels, and has yet to show any fatigue from constant use.
The real kicker.... I just through the massive box it came in away yesterday, lol, seriously how am I suppose to ship this back.... I plan on returning this for something that isn't engineered to minimum specs. Bosch, you almost had me switched over, but it looks like I'll have to go back to Dewalt.
So two months ago I received the new saw and the motor just seized up again. This time the saw was in great condition and kept indoors where no bad weather had touched it. I used a shop vac while sawing to keep down dust as well and cleaned it out when I could. I did some research and found that one of the ball bearings on the motors causes issues (a forum post from 2013). I figure the bearings have been improved so that is probably not the issue.
I went ahead and took the motor casing off and immediately saw the bearing was shredded and won't spin. Since I still had my old broken saw, I decided to open it up as well and see if I could use that bearing to replace it and get it working again, only to find out that bearing had exploded as well. I am not 100% sure why Bosh uses UNSEALED bearings in their motors, especially since they don't fully encase the saw blade to prevent dust from getting to the motor as efficiently. Either way, and industrial machine shouldn't have a bearing crap out in 2 months.
Outside of that issue, I liked the saw, although the fence could be a little wobbly from time to time. Now that DeWalt added wheels to their contractor saw, I decided to give that a try and post a review down the road for that to see if it is better.
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Buena marca. Compren este modelo, muy bueno.
Solo cuiden el precio porque este equipo lo pueden encontrar mucho más abarato en otros tiendas.
La ventaja de comprarlo en Amazon, es que te lo ponen en la puerta de tú casa. O sea, pagas caro el flete pero vale la pena. Ya solamente armas y a trabajar ...