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DeWalt 10" portable tablesaw with stand, #DWE7491RS

WOOD magazine rating


• Rack & pinion telescoping fence system make fence adjustments fast, smooth and accurate
• Patented material support, can be used for narrow rip cuts.
• 32-1/2" rip capacity easily cuts a variety of larger shelving and trim materials
• On board storage system provides easy access to the blade guard assembly, fence, riving knife, miter gage, wrenches, push stick, and cord wrap when not in use.
• Rolling stand designed for easy set up and breakdown with excellent stability
• Telescoping fence rails retract to create a small, portable package
• Flip over ripping fence allows for narrow rip cuts
• 15 Amp motor quickly rips through hardwoods with ease
• 2-1/2" dust collection port easily connects to a vacuum for efficient dust extraction
• 3-1/8" depth of cut at 90 and 2-1/4" at 45
• 21-7/8" X 26 - 3/8" table provides superior material support

Amps 15.0 Amps
Horsepower HP
No Load Speed 4800 rpm
Blade Diameter 10"
Arbor Size 5/8"
Dust Port Diameter 2-1/2"
Depth of Cut at 90° 3-1/8"
Depth of Cut at 45° 2-1/4"
Max Rip To Right Of Blade 32-1/2"
Max Rip To Left Of Blade 22"
Max Width of Dado 13/16"
Tool Weight 90 lbs
Shipping Weight 110 lbs

DWE7491RS Includes:
10" 24-Tooth Carbide Blade
Rolling Stand
Push Stick
Miter Gauge
Rip Fence
2x Blade Wrenches
Blade Guard Assembly

WOOD magazine review

Job-site saw rips wide, stands firm

Review Summary

The biggest downfall of job-site/benchtop tablesaws has been the limitation of about 18–24" rip capacity. DeWalt’s new DWE7491RS 10" saw can rip a whopping 32-1/2", and without adding bulk to the unit. (Telescoping fence rails on a rack-and-pinion adjuster make this possible.) You’ll really appreciate that extra capacity when ripping sheet goods. And power was no issue when I ripped even 2"-thick oak and pressure-treated pine.
The splayed-leg stand keeps the saw stable throughout cuts, though the plastic feet scooted a bit on a dusty, polished-concrete floor. Still, I like the fold-up stand for portability; and even though the unit weighs 90 lbs, I could easily load it in my truck by myself. It breaks down easily and stores compactly against a wall (see photo). The DWE7491RS comes with a miter gauge and three-piece blade guard—which works nicely—that store onboard, along with the blade wrenches and rip fence. Despite being housed in an open base, a shroud around the blade helps channel nearly all the dust into a 2-1/2" port for a shop vacuum to suck up. —Tested by Dave Fish for WOOD Magazine

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