Purchasing a jobsite table saw is a serious investment and one that will surely affect you in the long-term. Consequently, finding one that will continually meet your needs as a craftsmen is possibly the most crucial step in the buying process. The most industrial, heavy-duty users clearly require the most high-quality equipment, and, fortunately, in the world of jobsite table saws, there are two that seem to cast shadows over the competition. With commanding power and innovation these saws come from Makita and Bosch, two manufactures that have continually shaped the industry with high-performance tools and technology.
Makita’s 2704X1 (10″) contractor’s table saw is a superior quality saw designed for superior accuracy. Its precision machined, die cast aluminum table top delivers exactly that, an uncommon degree of precision and strength throughout every project. The table-top is designed to remain flat despite heavy work and wear, and with a large cut capacity, even without its standard right extension table, (3-5/8″ at 90 degrees and 2-1/2″ at 45 degrees) the saw roughly rips 4x material in one pass. With its extension table, on another hand, the saw’s capacity is even larger ripping 4 x 8 sheets of plywood with surprising ease. The saw also has a built-in storage area with the capacity to hold your most frequently used accessories like a saw blade, rip fence, miter gauge, and etc. This on-site storage keeps your most returned to items all in the same place and perfectly within reach. Additionally, the table saw features wider, deeper T-slot miter grooves to accept the most industrial T formed shanks, even those made by different manufacturers, rendering the saw versatile and universally accommodating. For the most efficient and smoothest blade depth adjustment the saw also offers a simple two pole slide system for raising and lowering the blade. Lastly, but certainly not least, the saw packs a 15 amp motor, to perfectly couple supreme power with uncommon precision.
Bosch builds another jobsite table saw to compliment the most heavy-duty users. Their 4100-09 (10″) worksite table saw is built with a seriously heavy-duty construction designed to withstand the many bumps and bruises of jobsite life. Built for durability the tool is coated with a powder paint finish to maximize overall longevity, and with Bosch’s patented Gravity-Rise stand, the saw is surprisingly simple to manage. Ensuring the motions of set-up and take down are a much less frustrating process, the stand is uniquely impressive. Additionally, the tool is supremely portable, and with a collapsible design the tool stores well and transports from one jobsite to another with terrific simplicity. The table saw additionally boasts 8″ treaded pneumatic wheels so, like a fierce, all terrain table saw, the tool confidently maneuvers through difficult jobsite environments. Ultimately, Bosch’s 4100-09 table saw is designed to bring heavy-duty craftsmen a table saw and stand that will consistently up the ante with brilliant power, precision and authority.
Exemplifying the most elite of the jobsite table saw community, these saws will prove a sound investment to those heavy-duty craftsmen searching for long-term commitment.
A student at the Univ. of UT, Mallory is currently earning an English degree. Specializing in tool parts and web communications, she joined M&M Tool 3 yrs ago adding to their over 150 years combined experience. For over 70 years M&M Tool has provided the best service to the tool industry with replacement parts, sales, & service to expert woodworking products, machinery and power tools like
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