|Item Weight||159 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||31.5 x 26 x 18 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||TS300|
|Warranty Description||2 Years|
DELTA TS300 Shopmaster 10-Inch Stationary Table Saw
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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.
The Delta Difference
- Powerful 15 amp. motor provides 5500 rpm blade speed
- Full 22 1/4" X 38 3/8"table with extension wings provides large work support
- Maximum 3 1/8" depth of cut at 90 degrees, 2 1/8" at 45-degree blade tilt; rips to the center of a 4-foot panel
- See-through blade guard with ant-kickback fingers
- Miter gauge with 45-degree right and left and 90-degree stops for accurate angle cutting
- T-slot miter gauge grooves hold miter gage beyond table
- Moulding operations can be performed using the accessory cutterhead and table insert
- Cut dados at any width up to 13/16" simply by mounting accessory dado and table insert
Key feature: Belt and gear
Blade Arbor: 5/8"
Speed: 5500 rpm
Diameter: 10"(254 mm)
Max. depth of cut at 90 degrees: 3 1/8"(79 mm)
Max. depth of cut at 45 degrees: 2 1/8"(54 mm)
Table distance in front of blade at depth of cut: 11 3/4"(298 mm)
Max. width of dado: 13/16"(21 mm)
Max. rip to right of blade for: 27"(686 mm)
Max. rip to left of blade for:12":(305 mm)
Size: 22 1/4" X 20 3/8"(565 X 518 mm)
Size with both extension wings: 22 1/4" X 38 3/8"(565 X 975 mm)
Height on stand: 34 7/8"(886 mm)
Miter gauge groove: 3/8" X 3/4" T-slot
Overall dimensions Height: 40"(1016 mm)
Width : 51"(1295 mm)
Depth: 35 1/2"(902 mm)
Weight: 160 lbs.(73 kg)
Delta Tools Warranty
Standard two-year warranty covers any Delta machine, machine part or machine accessory.
Top Customer Reviews
Here what I've found;
The table is flat, although I spent several hours sanding the top to remove the machining grooves.
The blade was parallel with the mitre slots right out of the box.
Tilt stop at 90 deg was out of calibration but easily fixed.
Tilt stop at 45 deg was right on.
The supplied fence is in two parts (to allow it to fit in the box) At first I was dissapointed, but the guide rail is continuous to the right side of the blade. Most of my use of the fence is to the right of the blade so the two piece fence has not been a concern. Calibration of the fence was fairly easy, about ten minutes. Fence design has a tray that collects dust. The dust and shavings that sit in the tray can alter the calibration of the fence. I have to clean the fence tray before every adjustment.
The table wings are made of stamped steel and impossible to adjust the whole wing to be on the same plane as the cast iron table top. I opted to align the bolted edge level with the table and the opposing sides taper down slightly.
This safety items is very hard to install in the same plane as the blade. It needs frequent adjustment to stay aligned. When mis-aligned, it actually becomes a safety issue. I have uninstalled my guard.
The universal 15 amp motor is approximately the same size as found in a standard quality circular saw.Read more ›
At first I had problems with power and the blade burning the wood, but after I threw away the orignal blade and put on a nice Oldham 8" I think its cuts wonderfully. Also the dado that I purchased is smaller 6" i think. After all the 8" blade removes only an inch from its original cutting depth, leaving a 2.5" cutting ability. The smaller blades also effectively increase the motors torque.
Some reviews complain about the motor bogging down. It is a universal motor, same design as most drill motors, its unloaded rpms will obviously be higher than its loaded rpms. I can hear the motor slow down some but it doesnt seem to be stalling to me. The motor is definately louder than an induction motor.
I choose not to put on the blade guard, if its not on perfect it would be a hazard. The most important safety equipment is on top of your neck! If you dont use your head you will get hurt.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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 21 months ago by Mr. Martin R. Coleman
I've had this table saw for over 2 years now and have cut stuff on a regular basis. It keeps on going and never quits. I paid $200 at Home Depot for a floor model. Read morePublished on April 20, 2005 by como651
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
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