Purchasing a jobsite table saw is a significant investment for any degree of craftsmen; the saw that you choose will certainly have long-term effects on your tooling experience. Because of this, finding the table saw that will continually meet your needs as a craftsmen is possibly the most crucial step in the buying process. Most lighter-duty users require a different machine than do most contractors and sometimes it can be difficult to discern between the two degrees. Fortunately, however, in the world of light-duty jobsite table saws, there are two that stand far taller than the competition. Coming with power and cunning from Dewalt and Makita, these saws offer best table saw for the money.
Makita’s 2703 (10″) table saw is a dream machine for any serious hobbyist or craftsperson. The saw boasts a powerful 15 amp motor providing a little extra bite and the overall strength for ultra smooth cutting and always smooth performance. The saw’s large 27″ x 22″ table (able to rip 4x material in one pass) provides a large cut capacity with uncommon versatility. The 2703 additionally features a large and comfortable handle ensuring fast and highly accurate depth settings. An ultra tough cam locking rip fence, and a rack and pinion bevel adjustment provide uncanny precision rendering this 10″ table saw a perfect choice for home wood-shops. Flaunting a durable, powerful motor, and all the trimmings to make this saw a true, cutting, crafting machine, the 2703 is a brilliant shop hand. The saw additionally includes a sturdy stand for the happiest results with every cut.
Dewalt’s DW745 (10″) jobsite table saw is another tremendous shop companion. Uniquely compact and portable the saw offers craftsmen and hobbyists a high-performance saw that can be easily transported from spot to spot. The tool’s rack and pinion telescoping fence rails offer fine, smooth, and accurate fence adjustments while also retracting to create a smaller more portable package. The saw’s adjustable rear feet are designed to move up and down leveling the saw for you on uneven work surfaces, and while still weighing only 45 lbs, the DW745 built with an all metal roll cage base which offers significantly enhanced durability (especially when compared to plastic bases). The table has a smooth coating to reduce friction during cuts and offers 16″ of rip with a 15 amp motor. This big power and capacity enables the saw to easily chomp through larger trim and shelving materials, and literally eat through hardwoods. The saw offers power, portability, precision, and ultra high-performance all in one conveniently compact package, and despite its not coming with a stand, craftsmen and hobbyists gain a 45 lb bundle of table sawing joy with the DW745. If, however, the corresponding stand (model number: DW7450) is something you’d like to add to your shop, garage, or general tooling repertoire, it is reasonably priced and sturdy to boot.
Ultimately, Makita’s 2703 and Dewalt’s DW745 exemplify the most formidable of the light-duty jobsite table sawing community. These saws will prove a resounding investment to those light-duty craftsmen searching for a lasting, committed, companion.