The Rockwell BladeRunner X2 Portable Tabletop Saw is the solution to the problem of having to take materials back to the workshop to cut them, and then bring them back to the job site later on. If you’re a contractor, you know that that process can add an entire day to a project. The BladeRunner is only 15 lbs, so at the same time as stable and sturdy, it’s easy to toss at the back of the truck. And with a footprint of only 15.75” x 17”, it doesn’t take up an entire workbench like traditional table saws. The hold-down guard and splitter allow for work with wider materials, and a larger rip fence than other portable table saws provides better keep an eye on and accurate cuts. A no-load speed of 3000/min, a stroke length of ¾”, with 5.5 amps of power gives it the capacity for light to moderate cutting of wood (up to 1-1/2”), ceramic tile (3/8”), PVC pipe (1-1/4”), aluminum (3/8”), and steel (1/8”). (Anything over 1-1/2” and you’re probably going to need a traditional, permanently fixed tabletop saw—but you’ll be able to’t take that to the job site.) The blades change out almost instantly, in under 3 seconds once you get the hang of the tool-less blade change system. And the saw is secure by a Rockwell 3-year limited warranty, so you know they stand at the back of their tools.
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[SETS UP IN SECONDS] Take this table saw to the job site or move it around the workshop. There’s even a built-in carry maintain
[CUTS LIKE A FULL-SIZE] With the usual guard and riving knife system you’ll be able to perform rip, cross, scroll, and miter cuts
[TOOL-LESS BLADE CHANGE] Uses any brand’s standard 4” T-shank blade, but we threw 5 in the box to get you started cutting wood, ceramic tile, plastic, aluminum, and metal
[0-60° MITER CUTS] With the adjustable gauge you’ll be able to pull off precise miter cuts for a whole assortment of woodworking projects
[ON-BOARD ACCESSORY STORAGE] When the miter gauge, rip fence, and extra blades aren’t in use they are able to be conveniently housed in the base of the saw
[SAFETY SWITCH] Prevents accidental starting, plus the vacuum port permits you to hook up a shop vac that cleans at the same time as you cut