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DeWalt 10" Jobsite Table Saw with Rolling Stand

Item #859587 DeWalt
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Product Information:

Get the accuracy, power and capacity of a workshop saw with the convenience of a jobsite saw. Featuring a 32-1/2" rip capacity to the right of the blade, the DWE7491RS allows you to cut larger pieces of wood compared to previous DeWalt table saws with the patented extended rack and pinion telescoping rail system. The DWE7491RS offers onboard storage for the guard, riving knife, pushstick, fence and other accessories. This lightweight DWE7491RS Table Saw/ rolling stand combo is portable and easily transported to and from jobsites. Includes: Saw, 10" 24-Tooth Carbide Blade, Rolling Stand, Pushstick, and Miter Gauge.

  • Multi-position rack & pinion fence system

  • 32-1/2" rip

  • Powerful 15-amp motor

  • Rolling stand designed for easy setup and breakdown

  • 2" dust-collection port for efficient dust extraction

  • Weight: 90 lbs.

  • California Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 information.



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    Best I could find

    By  B. Balduff

    from Wahiawa, HI

    About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer


    • Easy To Use
    • Good Design
    • Powerful


    • Low Quality Miter Guage

    Best Uses

    • Home Improvement
    • In The Field
    • In The Workshop
    • On Site Finish Carpentry
    • Rough Sheet Good

    Comments about DeWalt 10" Jobsite Table Saw with Rolling Stand :

    Amazing saw, excellent right out of the box. I have worked on cabinet table saws that didn't work as well and were not as precise. Very little tweeking was needed to make the fence and blade angel exact. The fence is still a little off at the extreme measurements (off by less than 1/8 at 30") and I can't seem to adjust it to fit. The manual is less than wonderful but take your time and it will slowly make sense. There is a decent section on basic safe use for beginners. Cord length could be better for a mobile saw and the on board storage is innovative but seems flimsy, also no extra blade storage. Nothing to keep me from getting it again. The only major negative I have is the cheap Miter gauge. The rest of the saw has wonderful measurements, accurate, sturdy, solid, and easy to manipulate then you get this shoddy plastic miter gauge that is to soft to be used for jigs and to delicate to be reliable. I recheck everything I cut with it. I am getting a new one soon and am going to turn this one into a rail for a sled.

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