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Ryobi ETS1526AL 240V 10-inch Table Saw

by Ryobi
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)

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Technical Details
Part Number RYBETS1526AL
Item Weight19 Kg
Product Dimensions78 x 68 x 38 cm
Item model numberRYBETS1526AL
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 68,081 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight19 Kg
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Date First Available1 Nov 2007

Product Description

The Ryobi 250mm table saw is powerd by a powerful 1500 Watt, 4,500rpm motor to ensure the saw can cut through the toughest of timber. With large die cast Aluminium table this give maximum support for cutting while the mitre gauge allows precise angle to be cut quickly and easily between +60° & -60°.

This Ryobi saw is equipped with a strong and durable stand with rubber feet to provide full support and stability on any work project, there is a dual purpose handle, this adjusts height and bevel angle of the saw blade.

The self aligning rip fence with quick lock handle ensures fence is parallel with blade for every cut. Quick lock system fastens rip fence securely.

Input: 1,500 w
No load speeds: 4,500 rpm
Blade size: 254 mm
(40 tooth TCT)
Bore size: 30 mm
Depth of cut at 90: 80 mm
Depth of cut at 45: 55 mm
Table size: 722 mm x 640 mm

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
I bought this circular saw a few weeks back. Several points come to mind:
1. It is big - make sure you have room for it. 70 x 75 cm , don't expect it to sit on your work surface! It has a good solid stand to a respectable working height.
2. The assembly instructions are next to useless, only common sense got me through.
3. If you follow the safety instructions and fit the blade shield and guide, then the usefulness of the saw is severely limited - to only rip cuts and cross cuts. Think about the tasks you want to use the saw for before you make any compromises.
4. There is no accurate measure of blade depth.
5. The measuring guide to cut width works from the far side of the blade - you may need to calculate out the blade width.
6. If you are cutting something very thin, then the guide handle will interfere with the blade height handle and may compromise the accuracy of the latter.
7. The saw is quite noisy - if using for a prolonged time wear some form of ear defender.
8. Good to have a usable dust extractor - I have rigged up and old vacuum to it. (Adds to the noise!) It is however not perfect, with some dust falling below the saw even with the extractor on.

These few criticisms said, it is a good powerful and effective saw, gives good clean cuts.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars product and customer satisfaction 17 Dec 2010
a superb choice table saw, for the small workshop, everything you need in this table saw, wonder how you managed without such a precision tool.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not bad for the money 17 Aug 2011
This table saw is NOT for professionals, it will break in a couple of days. For the DIY like me, its fine.

The cut is almost perfect even with the supplied blade, the fence won't move when locked but the miter tool is almost useless. The T-Tracks are very badly made and the side extensions aren't great either, but the measure markings for the fence are very good. It's loud as a 10" miter saw can be, since the motor comes from one.

The thing I most disliked is that the angle setup parts are ALL made from plastic, all the setup knobs too, so somewhere in the future I can see them broken... The body is plastic but it doesn't mater much, the stand is metal and firm enough. The main table, is aluminium alloy and its not dead flat.

Recommendations, I would say making a cross cut slide is a must for this table (or you wont be able to do it right) and a infeed and outfeed table is mandatory, since the distance from the edge of the table to the blade is minimal and won't support large rip cuts, but up to 120cm (4feet) it will do fine.

The sawdust system is USELESS, you WILL get all covered with it, so use safety glasses and a mask.

You can buy it for DIY, but don't expect top quality, its still better then any cheaper table saws and will do the job quite nicely.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Praising with faint damns. 9 Oct 2011
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Basically, I am very pleased with this purchase. It is powerful, quick, cuts adequately cleanly for the sort of work I need to do. There follows a list of negative points. I suggest you might take these in the spirit of "if that's all that is wrong with it - buy it"!
The blade teeth are tungsten carbide (I presume) tipped. This makes for a relatively wide cut. Replacing the blade with a narrower one, e.g. to obtain a finer cut could be problematic. The cut would not then go past the riving knife (behind the blade).
There is a safety guard above the blade, held in place by the riving knife (and so a bit wobbly). This limits visibility of the cut somewhat. I am happier with a swinging safety guard (as in hand held circular saws), as this makes it easier to see the cut and do a partial depth cut in deeper wood. However, you may struggle to find a saw table like this.
The on and off switches and power indicator are somewhat out of sight below the table top. A regular user will get to know how to put a hand on these, but someone not familiar with the table has to bend down to locate them. An off-switch that you can hit with a knee can be good if you need to stop in a hurry - not the case with this table.
The mitre guide is a rather sloppy fit in its channel, and can be wobbled about by about a degree.
The rubber feet are rubbish, forever falling off when the table is moved. (To be fair, you are supposed to bolt the whole table down, but I do not see the need for this in careful use). I am going to glue them on.
Unsurprisingly, it is fairly noisy. It appears to have electromagnetic braking, which brings the saw to a stop very quickly. The noise this makes is mildly alarming.
Nevertheless, good piece of kit.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars review for the Ryobi ETS1526AL Table saw 17 Dec 2010
By driller
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Yes the Ryobi Table saw is the best thing I have bought regarding DIY, its spot on with the measurements,
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not as good as I had hoped 12 May 2012
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Being a Budget bench saw I should have expected what I had bought. Although from a good brand name like Ryobi I had expected better. It certainly does the job, I have only needed to use it for rough work. The machine it replaced had more refinements and was also a cheap unit. It came without transport wheels and the measurement guide on the cutting bed is very rough, the blade hieght adjuster does not have a secondary lock to it and the parrallel guide often gets in the way when adjusting the hieght of the blade.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very good.
Arrived needing some basic assembly. It is not difficult to do, so don't let that put you off.
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