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Most Liked Positive Review
Easy to use, easy to attach guard and paws and NO TOOLS NECESSARY!
The saw is better than I expected. Everything was in perfect alignment. The blade elevates and tilts easily. I especially like the table extension. The lock handle is very positive so I am...Read complete review
The saw is better than I expected. Everything was in perfect alignment. The blade elevates and tilts easily. I especially like the table extension. The lock handle is very positive so I am sure it is locked down before I make my cuts. My splurge was the digital carriage. It is so accurate, I am glad I bought it. The smart guard is a great idea and because it is so easy to install, (no tools), I put it on when needed. I can always find it because it stores right on the saw. I like the gravity rise stand idea, but after setting it up, I find it has such a large footprint, it's awkward to get around. I wish I had bought the standard stand.
Most Liked Negative Review
Buyer Beware of Potential Problems
I purchased this saw based upon the various reviews I read as well as the Bosch reputation. So I would love to be reviewing the saw for how good it works as a saw...Read complete review
I purchased this saw based upon the various reviews I read as well as the Bosch reputation. So I would love to be reviewing the saw for how good it works as a saw but unfortunately I cannot. As I was going through the adjustments, as per the instruction booklet, imagine my surprise when I was adjusting the blade parallel to the miter gauge slots when one of the screws stripped. Well it was the aluminum saw blade housing that the screws screwed into that stripped. I didnâ€™t use that much force; in fact I used more force to loosen the screw than I did to tighten them. It appears that the steel screw thread is too fine for the aluminum application. I wished that I didnâ€™t need to adjust the blade but the way I received it, it was about a 1/8â€� off parallel â€" front to back. This was just too far off. This happened on a Saturday morning and the Bosch service department is closed on the weekend so I had to wait until Monday morning to call them. They recommended I take it to a local Bosch authorized service center (not Bosch owned) which I was glad to do. Once there, the service department told me they would try to expedite it but it may take a week to get it back to me. If they had to send it back to Bosch it would take a few weeks and they would HAVE TO CHARGE ME THE UPS SHIPPING CHARGE. The saw is brand new and I have to pay to fix a defect on a new saw? I guess we will see how this plays out. I know I should have waited until this did play out but I wanted to get my experience out there so people thinking about purchasing this saw would be aware of the potential stripping of the adjustment screws as well as the potential problems getting a new saw fixed. I personally feel since the saw is new (the zip tie installed at the factory to lock the on/off switch hasnâ€™t been cut yet) Bosch should just replace the saw â€" no harm no foul. Whether they do or not doesnâ€™t fix the fact that the aluminum saw blade housing is a potential problem. I do give two stars because I purchased this saw with the gravity-rise stand and it went together rather nicely. The instructions were incorrect with the necessary wrenches required. It seems that they have beefed up some of the bolts because the wrenches mentioned in the instruction booklet were smaller than actually needed. The solid tires are a nice change from the pneumatic tires that used to be provided. Once the saw was attached to the stand it worked nicely in moving the saw to my truck so I could take it to the repair facility.
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from Kelowna, BC, Canada
Comments about Bosch Tools 10" Table Saw With Gravity-Rise Stand:
this saw is excelent. it is a great price and very sturdy and well made. i am very glad that i purchased this tool.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Charleston, SC, United States
I bought this a while ago. Good while it lasted. Motor died/locked up. My other tables saws lasted for years.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
from Miramichi, NB, Canada
I had a table saw for 30 years and it worked fine until lately the pulley kept falling off. I got tired fixing it so I went shopping for a new one and after reading many reviews, I decided on getting the Bosch and I'm glad I did my homework. This is an excellent saw that will last another 30 years (although I probably won't...lol). It makes very accurate cuts and had lots of power. I ran 5/8 in OSB through it as fast and I wanted to push and it didn't even slow down!! My old one would have been choking at half the speed. I also love that all the accessories, blades, push stick etc. has a place to be stored right on the saw so they are always handy when needed. Also the stand is very easy to use once you get used to it. I highly recommend this saw. The only thing I didn't like is that a bit of dust escapes even though I had it connected to my shop vac.
Simply the Best
from Rochester, NY, United States
The Bosch 4100-09 10-inch Worksite Saw and Gravity-Rise Stand is a perfect match. The Gravity-Rise Stand itself is an engineering marvel and best power tool stand on the market without exception. Why?, because it's simple. The beefy 11/2" tubing will support any power tool you would like to make portable; table saw, planer, etc. With a quarter turn of the locking handle, it goes from storage position to working position in two seconds; no other legs or locking mechanism to fuss with. The name says it all, as the weight of the saw allows the stand to open and close smoothly. In open position, the table sits at a comfortable 37 inches high. The table saw has all features for a jobsite saw. Onboard storage for extra blades, the blade guard, fence, miter gauge, powercord, pushstick, and wrench. The tool-less blade guard, anti-kickbacks, and throat plate can all be quickly removed and installed. The riving knife is adjustable and can be secured in multiple positions, and only one wrench is needed to change blades, due to the integrated spindle lock. The underside of the table also comes predrilled and tapped for some accessories such as the outfeed support kit and left-side extension support kit, both sold separately.
We purchased a workshop ...
By GLB Jr
from San Antonio, TX, United States
We purchased a workshop for our Son. He has built several projects, Work bench, cabinets, shelves, etc, etc. He is really enjoying his hobby. The equipment is perfect. We will add more Bosch Equipment for his Christmas.
Great for its intended purpose
from Great Falls, MT, United States
I bought this due to downsizing to replace my 20 year old Delta Unisaw. So far I've only used it on sheet material but for that it was good. No where near the cutting power of the old unisaw but I think it will be just what I need for 90% of my needs. Probably not the best for long 2x rips but it should get the job done. I really like the stand and portability.
I waited too long!
from Garrettsville, OH, United States
I hesitated to make this much needed purchase because I was accustomed to carrying my saw from van to work site and having a small footprint while in the van. I took the plunge after seeing yet another demonstration at a local trade show. The gravity feed stand works effortlessly every time. The wheels roll right up my 1x ramps into my van. The space the saw takes up in transport is not a problem because, 1: I can easily stack tools or supplies ON it or UNDER it. 2: The saw performs wonderfully. Smooth cuts, enough power for just about anything, and nice features for dust collection. The riving knife gives me some comfort. The handy storage of cord, fence, square, and push stick keeps everything safe AND easy to find. Now I know why I see this saw so frequently on job sites. Performance and ease.
from Chatsworth Ca
I have two of these with stands and they work great. Probably the best jobsite saw out there great power love the soft start feature also good dust collection added a switched outlet for a shop vac . Stand is fantastic easy setup and very stable even when using large stock
from Philadelphia, PA, United States
I bought this saw over a year ago and use it for home projects (benches, cabinets, etc) and this saw is perfect. The precision of the saw and the ease of adjustment is well worth the value compared to more expensive cabinet saws. Don't get me wrong, you can't go wrong with more power and a bigger benchtop, but for the average user this thing is more than capable.
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Next Best Thing to a Cabinet Saw
from Albion, NY, United States
I've been a professional cabinet, and furniture maker for more than 35 years. Prior to closing my professional shop, I had a sliding table saw. Shortly after closing my shop (1,500 sq. ft.) I realized I couldn't put down my tools. Now having a 200 sq. ft. shop I needed to be space efficient, so after considerable research I selected the Bosch 4100 table saw. I couldn't be more pleased. I bought the optional extension wings, and use an Osborne Miter Gauge. It's no slider, but I regularly cut full sheets of hardwood plywood. I mill up to 3/4" daddos all the time. The rip fence is almost as good as a Biesemier. I can fold up the saw and store it in seconds. I did have a problem with the riving knife release knob. It was very difficult to release until I put some Teflon lubricant on it. I am very disappointed that the digital readout for the rip fence is no longer available. I should have bought it when it was. I my opinion, it's hands down the best small table saw on the market.
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