Ryobi 10 in. 15 AMP Table Saw REVIEW! (RTS10NS)
Ryobi 10 in. 15 AMP Table Saw REVIEW! (RTS10NS)
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Ryobi 10 in. 15 AMP Table Saw REVIEW! (RTS10NS)
25 x 17 in. table provides support for large ripping operationsTool Free GuardingPowerful 15 Amp motor
The Ryobi 10 in. 15 Amp Table Saw is lightweight and easy to use, making it a great addition to any tool collection. Powered by a 15 Amp motor, it can generate up to 5000 RPM for powerful cutting and the 25 in. x 17 in. table provides support for large ripping operations. The saw also features an adjustable miter gauge for accurate cross cutting.
Tough, 15 Amp motor delivers 5000 RPM for powerful performanceRip fence easily guides material during rip cutsLightweight design for easy transportLarge on/off switch for accessibility and visibilityAdjustable miter gauge for accurate cross cutsRack and pinion blade height adjustment provides accurate depth control24-tooth carbide-tipped blade for a variety of cutsTable-mounted push stick storage3-Years limited warranty
Use an electronic angle gauge
Home depot stop carry this model
How come you never used or talked about the blade guard ?
Thank you, one of the most high quality reviews i’ve seen of this saw
After burning one of these up ripping 2 x 6 x 10’ in half after 6 boards and taking it apart and discovering nylon gears I wouldn’t buy another one. And I own quite a few Ryobi tools.
Great review, you sold me one, but those fingers at 3:44. Pleeeze use a push block/stick 😉
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hey there just put mine together, not bad. So for me it was like 186 but then Im in Canada and have a butt load of tax’s on that. it works great for what it is
Thanks for the lesson. First time dealing with this kind of tool. I’ve learned a lot.
the best blade for this T.B. is a 60-80 T
A good review, you only missed one thing! The kickback attachment that hooks up to the Irving blade? A definite safety hazard don’t you think?
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SHARING A DETAILED YET TO THE POINT REVIEW. YOU’RE AWESOME!!!
That’s the only Ryobi tool I own because it is like the Delta Table Saw. It has lots of power.
Exact same saw as the Craftsman Evolv 15 amp 10 inch table saw. The only difference is the color and branding.
A bit of duct tape is all you need to hook up a shop vac😉
I just bought this saw and love it but what should I mount it to? Or what would you suggest I’m looking for in expensive but safe I currently have it on one of them Costco plastic tables but I dont feel too safe when using it
Can you use a dado
I am looking into getting one of these today, thank you for the review. I enjoyed your video as well as subscribed. Thanks again.
Found a nearly new one for $50! Thank you for the review. Thumbs up for leading in with a Brian Adams song. Cheesy but in a good way. Lol!
I have this saw and want to address some things that your review didn’t:
1) the fence is easy to configure out of alignment. I have to measure the distance between both ends of the blade and the fence every time I set it.
2) the mitre gauge is sloppy. It has very noticeable wiggle inside the track, which translates to you being 0.5-1 degree off on your cuts.
3) the wheel to raise/lower the blade impacts the tilt adjustment lever on every rotation on my model.
4) the insert around the blade (that you lift out to install a different blade) is sunk a few mm below the rest of the table. This leads to inaccurate cuts on small work pieces.
5) you ripped down some pine 2x4s for this review and then said the saw has plenty of power… my butter knife has plenty of power on pine. But try any hardwood such as maple. The saw bogs down quickly. Yes it spins at 5000rpm but that’s the no-load speed. If you need to cut hardwood you need a thin kerf blade and feed it in slowly.
If a new woodworker came to me and asked if they should buy this saw… I’d say no, absolutely not. Don’t be cheap and get a used table saw on Craigslist or something instead. It’s fine for rough ripping of soft lumber where accuracy doesn’t matter, but that’s about it.
Yes, I just bought this portable saw machine two things that I don’t like is the stupid fence not 100% accurate and mitre gauge wobble not secure in place. Otherwise, the machine is a reasonable price for simple home projects.
Has anyone have problem the raising and lowering mechanism? I have send my back to get it repaired. It’s starting to do the same again where it becomes too difficult to raise and lower the blade.
I got one
Here’s how to move your blade’s saw up to 45 degree when you first get it.
There’s another video of the set up of a similar saw where you test your blade to go all the way up and then do a 45 degree. It won’t go into 45 until you take out the blade plate, unlock the lock inside, and move the riving knife up over the blade. After that, you can move your saw all the way up and do a 45.
Just got mine and have been using it to aid in installing laminate flooring. Will be using it for future projects. The only thing I have a hard time with is if I have a piece of anything over 4 ft, it’s hard to drive the piece straight.
You nailed it. Thanks for all of this information.
I am starting a small business making custom wall decor. I was looking for something budget friendly till I make enough to buy something better. Thank you for this review!
Great review. You sold the hell out this table saw man. All the way in Trinidad and Tobago and I am going to get it. Thanks again.
I had no problem with the 45 degree. I did however have a problem with the locking mechanism it is plastic and stripped out with very little effort. Also the table being formed rather than being cast left me with much to be desired. The rest of the review is pretty accurate.
After watching several safety videos before this, I can say the way you’re cutting with this is a terrible accident waiting to happen. I just bought the 10amp – looking forward to working with it.
another thing I want to add if you dont mind is that when working with the rail, make sure that you measure the gap each and everytime as the rail on all machine’s wont always be square. Anyway love the little saw and gonna build on it as time goes by thanks
Quick Note: when cross cutting it is recommended that you don’t use the fence it is very dangerous.
Just picked mine up yesterday. The new model has a port for a vac. Definitely great value for the 128$CAN price tag!
What do you do with that knife (behind the blade) for dado blade? Please help.
How flat is the table ?
How stuff is the throat plate ?
Quick question if I may. Are we able to put a dado blade on there?
I’ve had this model for several years now. The main issue I’ve had is the back of the fence doesn’t always lock down in the same spot as the front. I have had more expensive table saws, but for the price, this has been a really good saw.
piece of sht, the fence sucks, the tracks are metric and rounded not straight cut, the 45 you have to really push it to 45 unless is new, once it has wood dust it tends to build up for your 45. Not wide enough for anything over what 14 or 15 inches, anything wider you’d be looking at kick backs, use the safety equipment it bring please. the handle there to raise the blade gets stuck after using it for a while, had to turn it upside down and had to spray wd40 on the sliding mechanism 2nd time already do to saw dust collecting on the track that brings the blade up. The only good thing about this saw is the powerful motor, no problems there , all else sucks. want a good saw buy a Dewalts with wide table top to be able to cut wide materials or get ready to make a jig for it. At H.F. they sell the canvis wood chip bag, come with snaps to set all around the bottom of this saw. Oh one more sht, cover all around the sides below table top or get wood chips all around your floor ( put tape to cover all around under sides )
Thank you so much for this review! I have never used an electric saw of any kind before and do not even know anything about any of them lol. I was about to buy a miter saw for $140CAD and have been shopping around for one from Home Depot, but then saw they had this one for $89CAD and your review tells me this is what I want. Just say a little pray for my fingers now "wood" ya? -_- lol
I lost my key and cant find what key i need yep i know im stupid
Had this saw. The fence is absolute garbage. Most times it’s not parallel to the blade. Cuts are not true.
Does anyone know if you can adjust the height of the blade on this?
Can you add dado blades to this saw?
both blade and riving knife is shacking alot
What do y’all think about the 13amp? Not 15amp
I’m curious – How do you know if the saw is cutting a 45 degree angle if you haven’t measured it?? You know, take a speed square to it.
mine jumps off the floor when it starts
Where can I find a motor for the RTS10
Used it in my garage and saw dust everywhere! Returning
I want the engineer who designed the elevation mechanism to be fired, and then fed to lions. Such a garbage system. It strips itself as you use it, it jostles while the saw is on, and jumps down an eighth inch after you’ve set it. It has no way to lock in the elevation, and it wanders slowly down as the saw is in use. Youtube prevents me from describing the absolute violence I wish upon the Ryobi team that put out this piece of garbage