The RYOBI 10 in. Expanded Capacity Table Saw with Rolling Stand is perfect for cost-conscious professionals and do it yourselfers’. It has a powerful 15-amp motor and features a steel roll cage design and a stand with wheels, making it easier to transport and store—at home or on the jobsite. In addition to power and portability, this table saw provides a built-in extension table and integrated push stick storage, making it a must have! See below for more information.
- Steel roll cage design for added durability and frame strength
- Folding stand with integrated wheels for easy transport and storage
- Built in extension table and outfeed support for use with large materials
- Cast aluminum table top for a flat, durable, and lightweight work surface
- Integrated dust chute accepts all common hoses
- Tool free guard for ease of use
- Integrated push stick storage onboard rip fence for accessibility
- Motor: 15 amps, 120v
- No Load Speed: 4,700 rpm
- Blade Diameter: 10 in.
- Cutting Capacities:
- Depth of cut at 90°: 3 in.
- Depth of cut at 45°: 2-1/2 in.
- Dado width: ½ in. with dado throat plate
- Rip Capacities:
- 27 in. right of blade
- 8 in. left of blade
- Weight: 51 lbs.
- RTS22 table saw, folding stand and mountinghardware, 10 in. - 24T carbide tipped blade, push stick, miter gauge, side extension, outfeed support, rip fence, guarding assembly with anti-kickback pawls, and operator’s manual
10 IN. Expanded Capacity Table Saw with Rolling Stand
10 IN. Expanded Capacity Table Saw with Rolling Stand is rated out of 5 by 46.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Edmund from Another great value! This is a very decent saw for the money. The fence is quite decent, though not Bosch/DeWalt quality. Decent power/low end torque. Table is about as good as it gets for a light aluminum portable. The blade and table were in perfect alignment out of the box, no adjustment needed. I added a 40 tooth Diablo Combination blade, featherboard and a good push block. This saw will produce the same quality as any other portable if you are patient and take the time to tweak it a bit. Stand is adequate but all portable saws should be used with caution, as they tend to be top heavy. The miter gauge is adequate for most purposes but investing in a better one makes repeatable precision a bit easier. All in all a great saw for the money. No point in spending $5-700 for a contractor saw, unless you have a really heavy duty job site application and want a worm drive and induction motor. Better to buy this for your portable contractor saw and save the $$$ to invest in a proper cabinet or hybrid saw later. With a little effort, this is all you need in a portable.
Date published: 2018-04-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by HiBuzz from great product Completely happy with this product. The only draw back is the assembly of the stand. Instructions need to be more detail on the leg assembly. As the instructions are now, its a nightmare.
Date published: 2019-08-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tullahoma 1003 from Works great Purchased about a month ago and have used it for several jobs already. Assembly was a little challenging due to the instructions were not super clear but thats a very minor issue. I used the blade that came on it ripping a bunch of pallet wood to size for an accent wall. It worked perfect for that job. Also have used for several other minor projects and no issues.
Date published: 2019-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by ps22 from Powerful motor This table saw was economical and is able to perform all the necessary at home woodworking project I have now and in the future. The motor is powerful enough to make thick compound cut with no strain. When I am finished using it, it folds and rolls easily. I love this tables saw.
Date published: 2019-05-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by Mustang Man from Easy Setup and Accurate Out of the Box I've been using a circular saw for rip cuts and just had enough of it. Researched compact table saws and narrowed it down to three. A good friend of mine has this exact model and does some amazing remodeling jobs, so I pulled the trigger on it. My first table saw, so other than powered hand tools and a Ryobi tile saw I bought to remodel the bathroom, this is my first "big tool" but even at that it folds up nice and compact to store in the garage or shed. I've only made about a dozen cuts on it so far (doing a kitchen remodel for my son) but cutting the cabinet fillers (rip cuts, angle cuts, etc.) has been a breeze using this saw. The included blade is decent, but if you're doing really nice wood you might want to upgrade to a finer tooth count. Out of the box everything was square and on point except for the rip fence measurement indicator. That required a quick adjustment to be spot on. Assembly is easy (for me anyway) but just read the manual carefully and look at the assembled photos on the box or website.
Date published: 2019-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wayne H from Awesome Table Saw I bought this saw about a month ago and have used it to many times to count since then. I'm not in a profession that would require the daily use of a table saw (I'm an accountant) but I find myself looking for the next project that requires it use. I think I'm going to install a wood floor next!
Date published: 2019-07-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gbarks from Convenient Only use for minor jobs around the house, probably not for the professional. Very easy to set up, and transport. Longer pieces would require some support. Cuts very nice.
Date published: 2019-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by Buckwild37 from Durable and long lasting Ryobi,let me tell it is just as great as dewalt,I started my business using ryobi 20 years ago and they haven't let me down yet,keep up the good work!
Date published: 2019-11-24