It SOUNDED like a "REAL" table saw.
Cons: The Miter is ridiculous, raising and lowering the blade is too.
I have used many table saws building home cabinets.
I felt it had the power and acc to do what I needed for a hobby.
I was very, very wrong.
Ryobi 10 in BTS15 table saw is one of the most confounding saws I have ever had the misfortune to use.
The Miter is ridiculous, raising and lowering the blade is too.
The stand will bend if the dog leans on it.
The weight of a 3/4 sheet of plywood will bend something, somewhere.
I tipped it on its side to get out sawdust. The blade height adjusting handle bent, then broke.
The wrench to hold the shaft to change the blade broke the first use.
The nut welded itself to the blade and could not be removed.
I cut it off with a torch.
I am here looking for a parts catalog to order a flange nut to hold on the blade.
Can't find a parts list for this saw anywhere.
The metal to build this miserable saw is not as good as my erector set I had when I was a kid.
I like the switch. It turns the saw on and off like it should.
I use a beautiful work of art push stick to be safe when cutting close to the blade.
I wouldn't buy another Ryobi saw if it was $10.