Craftsman 10" Tablesaw #22114

WOOD magazine rating
Average reader rating
3.8
out of 5
Brand:
Craftsman
Model:
22114
Price:
$650

Description

This Craftsman 10" Tablesaw features a heavy-duty, cast-iron, base-mounted trunnion system to provide the operator with greater stability.
• 3/4 cabinet-style stand for more efficient dust collection
• Cast-iron table is T-slotted for miter gage use and allows for thru-table stop adjustments
• Wide-body extruded fence system with Opti-Lock and 24" left and 25" right capacities
• Miter gauge extension and stop supports accurate crosscutting and repetitive crosscutting
• Dust collection chute with 4 in. port
• 2-point EZ-off blade guard
• Microadjustable fence lets you fine-tune settings

Blade: 10"
Motor: 15 amps @120V / 7.5 amps @ 220V
Horsepower: 1-1/2 hp
Speed Range: 3450 rpm
Arbor Size: 5/8"
Extension Material: Cast iron
Fence Type: Front locking, microadjustable
Table Dimensions w/Extensions: 40 x 27"
Table Material: Cast iron
Fence Material: Aluminum extrusion
Left Rip Capacity: 24"
Right Rip Capacity: 25"

WOOD magazine review

Easy-to-align-top contractor saw

Review Summary

High points: Cabinet-saw-like design: Large, sturdy trunnions, removable table for easy blade alignment, and enclosed cabinet for superior dust collection. Bevel stops adjust through the tabletop. Splitter/guard assembly mounts and dismounts with a few turns of a knob. The auxiliary fence face can move forward to support long workpieces or to serve as a crosscut gauge. Low points: Right-rip capacity of 25" is the smallest of the contractor-style saws.
The large miter-gauge extension and its length stop require a hexhead wrench to adjust. More points: For $120 less, Craftsman model 22104 is the same saw except it has stamped-steel wings and lacks the auxiliary fence face, miter-gauge extension, and a dust port.

Detailed Ratings

3.8
out of 5

Performance

4

Features

3

Ease of Use

4

Value

4

Reader Reviews

My 22114

Review Summary

I picked this up as a clearance item at a Sears hardware store. Most of the pieces were still with it and it had not be run. It was on display for quite a while. Would have preferred the one with the aftermarket fence but that was not available. Motor has the option to run at 120 or 240 but I have not converted to 240 yet. Runs fine. The cabinet is not fully enclosed, a few gaps exist judging by the saw dust under it. I believe that this is a Steel City saw manufactured for Craftsman.
Squaring up the fence or table to blade is easy. Have not used the miter gauge or aux fence yet. No problems and for $300 or so, it's been a good saw.

Detailed Ratings

3.8
out of 5

Performance

4

Features

3

Ease of Use

4

Value

4

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