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Bosch 10" Benchtop Tablesaw #GTS1031

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Ultimate Portability – Balanced one-handed carry handle combined with a compact design and complete under-table storage of accessories
Durable and Unique All-steel Base Design – Lightweight base incorporates carry handle and stacks on side for transport and storage; all-steel design to handle jobsite abuse
Squarelock™ Rip Fence – Engineered for maximum trueness, the “best-in-class” fence glides along the rail at a finger’s touch or locks into place for solid and consistent cutting performance
Complete On-tool Storage Under Table – Stores Rip Fence, Smart Guard, Miter Gauge, Push Stick and Wrenches under table for maximum protection during transport and storage
Smart Guard System – Quick and easy-to-use modular blade guard; anti-kickback pawls and riving Knife system provides superior control over the material while cutting
Tool-free Dust Chute Clear-out – Tool free access on back of saw for easy maintenance

Amperage 15 Amp
Arbor Size 5/8"
Bevel Angle Range -2° to 47°
Blade Diameter 10"
Dado Capacity 1/2"
Depth of Cut at 90 Deg. 3-1/8"
Dimensions 22.5” W x 22.5” D x 13” H
Max. Motor HP 4.0
No Load RPM 5,000
Rating 120 V
Ripping Capacity-Left 7-3/4"
Ripping Capacity-Right 18"
Table Top Dimensions 22.5” W x 20” D
Weight of Saw (lbs.) 52
(1) 10” 24-Tooth Carbide Saw Blade
(1) Rip Fence
(1) Miter Gauge
(1) Smart Guard System
(1) Push Stick
(1) Blade Change Wrenches (2)

WOOD magazine review

Compact saw delivers big-time performance

Review Summary

We’ve used a Bosch 4100 portable tablesaw for years with great results, but the $500-plus price pushes it close to the cost of a traditional contractor-style saw. Bosch’s GTS1031 provides nearly the same performance as the 4100 in a smaller package—and with a smaller price tag. Bosch engineers cut the weight to 50 lbs by building the saw with a roll-cage-type frame rather than a closed cabinet. It’s easy to carry one-handed like a suitcase, even going up and down stairs. But it’s no toy.
This saw’s robust motor powered the thin-kerf blade through 2"-thick red oak without bogging down. The GTS1031 is accurate, compact, and solidly built, and we found ourselves using the three-position riving knife and blade guard regularly because they’re easy to use and remove. Plus, all the accessories store underneath the saw, keeping them protected during transport. One sacrifice you have to make with this saw: the 18" maximum rip capacity measures 7" less than the 4100, meaning you can’t rip to the midpoint of sheet goods.

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