Cntrctr Table Saw, 10 In Bld, 5/8 In Arbr
Average Rating: 5
|Item||Contractor Table Saw|
|No Load RPM||3450|
|Depth of Cut @ 90 Deg.||3-1/8"|
|Depth of Cut @ 45 Deg.||2-1/4"|
|Cutting Capacity Rip Left||13"|
|Cutting Capacity Rip Right||30"|
|Table Surface w/Extension||40 x 27"|
|Table Front of Blade||12-1/4"|
|Material||Cast Iron and Steel|
|Includes||Blade, Mitre Gauge, Dado Table Insert, Push Stick, Riving Knife and Fence|
- Dayton saw has cast-iron table with steel extension wings. See-through blade guide has splitter and pawls to prevent kick-back. Features T-slot miter gauge with adjustable stops, trunnion design for accurate blade alignment, and 0 to 45 bevel positioning of the blade. Includes blade, miter gauge, dado table insert, push stick, riving knife, and fence. Makita saw has toolless modular blade guard system with camlock and adjustable riving knife/spreader. Features adjustable dual side guards; 2 onboard independent, antikickback pawls; electric brake, and right extension table to rip 4 x 8-ft. sheets of plywood. Designed for use with up to 13/16" dado blade. Features 3/8" x 3/4" T-slot miter gauge grooves. Includes wrench, blade, miter gauge, rip fence, and push stick.
Average Product Rating: 5based on 2 reviews
Dayton Contractor Table SawWednesday, July 18, 2012
This is a very well built, quality table saw for the price. It has many features of larger cabinet saws, but weighs less and priced less. The motor is a true 1.5hp, unlike many that are rated at 1.5hp, this one draws a full 115 amps. Quality product for a fair price.
A Great Deal!Saturday, September 17, 2011
I spent a good deal of time comparing this Dayton 4KXD1 (Grainger house brand) contractor table saw against the Craftsman #21833 (Sears), Ridgid Model R4512 (Home Depot), and Porter-Cable Model PCB270TS (Lowe's). Price was my main measure of what I could obtain, then it was a matter of which provided the most for the same dollar. Each saw was comparable in base unit cost and met my needs in terms of performance, form, fit, and functionality, the Dayton 4KXD1 looks to have the greatest potential for the long-term performance and industrial grade longevity. Positive points of this purchase: Great DrillSpot customer service, free delivery to home, great value for price paid, excellent product to use - performs as expected, post sale customer support via Grainger (not yet needed!) and abiility to purchase on-line – saved on additional sales tax. Drawbacks: total assembly required (was told it comes fully assembled). The only element I did not have to assemble was the motor unit or the cast iron table top. All other components required assembly. Accessories specific to the Dayton 4KXD1 seems to be limited. Not yet sure if accessories named for other Grainger Dayton saws will fit. Pound for pound, with the free delivery to home and no sales tax, I actually paid less for the same saw through DrillSpot than I would have elsewhere. I couldn’t be more pleased with my purchase, the performance of the saw, or the value for the dollar. I would highly recommend both DrillSpot and the Dayton 4KXD1 Contractor table saw to anyone who is serious about their home shop.
It's overall industrial-grade construction and performance
It's assembly instructions - additional illustrations and photos of assembly and finshed product would be helpful.