|Item Weight||17 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||16.1 x 17.5 x 8.3 inches|
|Item model number||RK7323|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||3 year Limited Consumer Warranty|
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Rockwell BladeRunner X2 Portable Tabletop Saw with Steel Rip Fence, Miter Gauge, and 7 Accessories – RK7323
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- Sets up in seconds to cut wood, metal, tile, aluminum and plastic, and perform rip, scroll, miter, and inside cuts
- Compact and portable at less than 15 pounds, with built-in tabletop handle to carry anywhere
- Hold-down guard and splitter cuts wider material, and a larger rip fence for better control and a nice, accurate cut
- Instant, tool-free blade changes and compatible with any 4" t-shank jigsaw blades, change the blade in 3 seconds
- Includes a vacuum port, a large, steel rip fence, miter gauge, 5-piece starter blade set, and manufacturer’s 3-year warranty
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BladeRunner X2 - The Ultimate Cutting Machine
The all new BladeRunner X2 now provides better capacity and control over the original Bladerunner. The addition of a table top handle designed for portability, a Hold-down guard and splitter that cuts wider material and a larger rip fence for better control take the BladeRunner to a new level. The Rockwell RK7323 BladeRunner X2 Portable Tabletop Saw is a Versatile and convenient saw that sets up in seconds to cut wood, ceramic tile, plastic, metal and aluminum. The Blade runner uses standard t-shank jigsaw blades with Instant, toolless blade changes. This allows you to go from cutting one material to another quickly and easily. The BladeRunner frees up both hands for precise control of the material being cut so you can make a nice, accurate cut without having to control the saw with one hand and the material with the other. The traditional guard and splitter system allows for unlimited capacity for cross and rip cuts. The Blade Runner X2 is also easy to carry anywhere with it's lightweight and compact design. The included accessories are a miter gauge, rip fence, general purpose blade for wood, scroll cutting blade for wood, a tile blade for ceramic tile, a metal cutting blade and an aluminum cutting blade. There is a built in vacuum port to make cleanup easy and a blade holding compartment to keep your blades with the tool. Go ahead and start cutting, the BladeRubber X2 will make a variety of cuts that you would need multiple other tools to do.
The convenience and versatility set the BladeRunner apart as it can do a multitude of jobs that would require a collection of saws to do. It can make scroll cuts, rip cuts, cross cuts and even miter cuts using the included Miter Gauge. With the included jig saw blades you can cut wood, plastic, steel, aluminum and even ceramic tile. The Stainless Steel Cutting zone allows the tile to move freely for added control. The BladeRunner also has rubber feet and a stabilizer bracket so it will sit on a work bench or counter.
- Cut wood, metal, ceramic tile, aluminum or plastic with one saw
- Weighs less than 15 lbs. so you can carry it anywhere
- Simple adjustable and tool-less blade change for instant setup
- Uses any T-shank jig saw blade, 4 inch or less
- Easy to use, both hands are left free to control the work
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Top Customer Reviews
That is pergo max flooring, not some cheapo laminate... and while it creates ALOT of dust it cut it without hesitation. (Does come with vacuum port for arm/guard that im not using)
As you can see in the picture, im NOT using that ridiculous "arm" or "guard" yes i have an exposed blade while cutting, but no more so than a regular table saw or miter saw.
I also appreciated the flexibility this unit has provided, although i cant do a plunge cut, i can still do many cuts that i would normally use a standard jigsaw for, but with the benefit of having the material im working with on a table saw.
Bottom line it works, and for $100 bucks, i may buy a couple more.
Update, i use this thing almost everyday, it takes a lickin and keeps on tickin. Great durability. No issues whatsoever!
I have not had any of the vibration problems other have mentioned. If you set it up correctly, the arm seems to hold your material very securely. I have done 36-inch plywood rips with this thing ONE-HANDED, and it was smooth as butter. If you are really forcing the material or trying to cut material that is to hard for the blade or speed, you would get some vibration. Use the proper combination and you'll be fine.
It is important to consider the limitations of something like this, however. Many people are quick to blame the tool when things don't work out as they hope. The miter gauge is nowhere close to what I would call precision due to the play in the channel, but with some care and patience it can be made to do its job. The fence only goes to 6 inches, so keep that in mind with the type of projects you do, but it is easy to set and works well. Another thing to note is that this thing is not going to slice through material as fast as a table saw. If you want a nice, smooth cut it will take a little time. If you want a faster cut, you can use a courser blade but it won't be as smooth. These are just trade-offs you have to make for versatility.
I would suggest getting a better set of blades. The included ones are OK, but you will get better cuts with more task-specific blades. Since they are standard jigsaw blades, the choices are cheap and plentiful. Definitely invest in a thinner scrolling blade if you do a lot of freehand work, and a very course wood blade for long rips. There is only one general "wood" blade included, when I suspect most people (like myself) are going to using this machine for wood 90% of the time.
Overall, I love this thing and am very pleased with my purchase. If you keep in mind what you are working with, I believe you will love it too.
I am extremely happy with this product and have many more projects lined up for it.
I also loosen the 2- phillips screws on the roller assembly, that are on either of the blade and brought them in utill they just slightly tough the blade, not to tight, then retighten the 2- phillips screws. This made the saw way better.
but I really cannot think of cutting any material very long. The guides in the plastic top are not verly good either.
But if you do not want to try all this modifications then do not buy?