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– เรานำตารางตำแหน่งงานมืออาชีพที่ได้รับความนิยมสูงสุด 5 อันดับแรกในวันนี้ (Bosch, Dewalt, Makita, SawStop, SkilSaw) และเปรียบเทียบในหมวดหมู่หลักต่างๆ ตรวจสอบผลลัพธ์และแจ้งให้เราทราบว่าคุณคิดอย่างไร! เลือกซื้อเลย: Bosch 4100-10 (แทนที่ 4100-09) – Dewalt DWE7491RS – SawStop JSS-MCA – Skilsaw SPT99-12 – Makita 2705X1 – .

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THE BEST Jobsite Table Saw - Bosch, Dewalt, Makita, SawStop, SkilSaw. How to choose the one for you.
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  1. Billy Stray says:

    I know I'm late to the party here but, Makita should be ashamed of themselves for their tablsaw offering
    I NEVER see anyone with a Makita table saw on the jobsite! Hell, I haven't even seen one in a retail store in many years.
    This from the company that without a doubt, revolutionized the portable table saw back in the mid 80s.
    The marketing writes itself here guy's

  2. SomeDudeOnline says:

    Does anyone know where to find a good video on the skilsaw finger guard thing? I've just been using the riving knife but decided I want to start using the guard as well. However, it seems very floppy and and seems like I have to have the blade significantly higher than just exposing the gullet of the blade.

  3. TJ says:

    I agree that safety is very important, but I've been building for 30 years now, and I don't understand how ANYONE would EVER have their hands so close to the blade that they would have to rely on the Auto stop feature of the SawStop. Crying out loud, If anyone is careless enough to let their hands/fingers get that close to the blade when cutting, they shouldn't be using the tool in the first place. One thing I must point out, these are PORTABLE, jobsite saws made for the that purpose, and depending on what you're trade is, will determine what features are most important to you. Because of all the different people I have worked with on different jobsites, I have had the opportunity to use the SawStop, DeWalt, Makita, Skil, Rigid, Wen, Ryobi, Hercules and a few others all in a production environment. They all have their good and bad. But for the type of production I need when sheathing walls, floors and roofs, I elected to go with the Bosch and the Skil. With a good blade, they just rip through sheathing like butter. But I cannot see paying $1300 for a portable, jobsite table saw.

    I also do a lot of furniture and cabinet making and I would never use my jobsite table saw for that. In my shop I have an older Grizzley industrial table saw permanently mounted in place for that. I have been thinking of replacing it, but I can't justify spending $5000-$7000 for another one when that one is still performing very well.

  4. kanga crew says:

    There's another review where Hitachi and dewalt wins and skillsaw and saw stop 3. Who fuckin know what's the best haha. Overall for what I see I'd buy the dewalt.

  5. Mr.eastcoast Grow says:

    Obviously you guys got a thing against dewalt. You gave other saws the same ratings as dewalt when the dewalt did way better. Cmon guys. You got makita in front of it. What a joke.

  6. David Zeller says:

    I think this needs to be revisited. Before reading the comments, I already felt an odd bias against the DeWalt. That, or maybe lack of familiarity or something, really seemed to skew the DeWalt ratings. I'd be interested in noise ratings, too. My father had a Bosch that was so loud he looked for a replacement and I turned down taking it when he broke down his shop a couple of years ago.

  7. Lewis Alexander says:

    I'll come in here with some experience and an advisory regarding Bosch table saws. Please note, this isn't a slag off and I'm not offending Bosch Professional as I'm one of their customers and pro users, but honesty must come forward in this. The following machines from bosch feature a common problem and it isn't the fault of the table saw itself as I've taken test measurements to analyse the problems. The fault is the mitre fence itself, apparently this is common amongst a few manufacturers where the mitre fence is seen as an afterthought and isn't made machine critical to tolerances / adjustment, although I can attest to Metabo producing the TS254 series both corded and cordless where their mitre fences are indeed adjustable to remove play, so that is a good thing.

    The following models suffer this flaw, as I say, the saw table itself isn't the fault. GTS10XC, GTS10J, GTS635-216 and the latest cordless GTS18v-216. Now, I'm a proud owner of the GTS18V-216 and use it not as a site saw but a workshop machine. My machine arrived and I was really excited. so, out of the box it came, wait for it… to find a cheap, poor functioning mitre fence. it has no square set or preset stops, just a £20 part with no adjustment, nothing. it has both width based and height based play and could be a danger to a saw operator. Now, luckily, the GTS18V-216 and GTS635-216 (same machines just one is cordless) have as near to standard T channel profiles, so you could get a decent mitre fence for router tables / cabinet saws and use that, anything like an Incra Miter 1000SE / HD would do just fine, but it does seem rather far fetched having to purchase such an item when you've spent good money on a system already between batteries, charger, saw, etc. This has now been taken up with Bosch Professional, we can only see what happens but I am taking this matter on on behalf of many owners. Other than this problem, the GTS18V-216 is an amazing site and shop saw, comfortable to use, ergonomic and delivers what's needed.

  8. Geography in Action says:

    I disagree with your Sawstop value. You said value, not price…you can't place value on your fingers, and losing one is certainly worth more than the money spent on the saw….and of course, I posted this before I saw the end bit!!!!

  9. Baseball Dude says:

    Too bad u don't have the best value and featured saw
    Metabo HPT
    Plus they have the cordless version which is a game changer in my trade since I can use the AC adapter and batteries
    No Contest

  10. Loren Nestman says:

    Buy the way you can adjust the fence on the dewalt in every way. If you knew what you are talking about you would know that. Also there is a separate riving blade without the guard. Again if you knew what you are talking about you would know that. I can go on even the way you checked for accuracy, not using the right tools. Again if you knew what you are talking about you would have used the right tools for tuning it. Also the fence can be tightened down with an easy adjustment so it doesn't move at all. Again you don't know what you are talking about.

  11. Alan Dickson says:

    How about using a dial indicator. Concord Woodworker does a much better job of comparing saws. They use 5 guys comparing the saws not one opinion ( yours) Such a bias review.

  12. Jeff Hildreth says:

    Mis-placed car salesman. Have you no professionals ? What was left out is the flatness of the table itself.
    I just returned the Saw Stop Jobsite Pro for a badly warped table top. Nothing professional about a top that is .058 " out of flat. Considering their web site says it is" the most accurate job saw" I say measure before you buy. Take a straight edge and some feeler gauges. Factory tolerance says .033 ". On a test of 7 other jobsite saws.. they all, right down to a $250 saw, were flatter by a considerable amount.

  13. CSLFiero says:

    I like the makita. It does cost more, but you get real tangeble benefits for the money like smooth ramp up and low rpm loss under load, both contribute to keeping your breaker from being thrown. It's also the quietest, one of the most accurate out of the box, and I'm pretty sure it's the only one with a off-break. I think it goes very under appreciated how much more comfortable a few decibels and a rapid off-cycle is until you have to deal with a ripsnot freewheeling saw.

  14. Grilling and Chillin With Big Daddy says:

    The question that i find important is: with all of these saws sitting in your shop and you had a project to build which saw do you grab? That sums up all of the categories except value because its already sitting in your shop.