Review: Bosch 10-Inch Worksite Table Saw

Worksite table saws typically come in two design options. You either receive a full table saw and stand solution in one-piece… or you don’t receive a stand at all. The Bosch 10-inch worksite table saw features a gravity-rise stand that is optional, giving you some of the most cutting versatility that is available in this category.

Featuring high-precision cutting that is backed by 3,650 RPMs, this table saw is able to handle working pieces that are to 25 inches in width. You can set the specific height you need with the unique stand design so that you can be comfortable and safe while using this tool. It’s one of the most portable table saw options that we found to be available right now.

Here’s What We Liked About the Bosch Worksite Table Saw

When you use the Bosch worksite table saw, you know that each cut is going to be true.

  • This tool gives you a reliable output thanks to its SquareLock Rip Fence, which decreases working piece waste and saves you time simultaneously. It is one of the best fences we’ve ever had the opportunity to use on a tool like this.
  • It features a 15-amp motor to support long-term operations while still being able to make the quick, short cuts that some woodworking projects demand.
  • It has an arbor size of 5/8 of an inch with a bevel angle range of -2 degrees to 47 degrees, giving the user a maximum level of control over the finished project.
  • It provides a Smart Guard System, which features a riving knife system, anti-kickback pawls, and a modular blade guard to make sure every user remains as safe as possible.
  • It can create a maximum cutting depth at 90 degrees of 3 1/8 inches, while at 45 degrees, it can create a maximum cutting depth of 2.5 inches.

And that’s why we featured this table saw in our roundup picks.


What Could Be Improved with the Bosch Worksite Table Saw?

The tabletop of this saw is created from machined aluminum. Then the sub-base integrates the saw, allowing the user to get their woodworking tasks completely quickly. The only problem here is that the tabletop isn’t always the most consistent component of the tool.

We found a certain “roughness” here that could make it difficult to complete a quality cut on thinner materials. It’s almost as if the tabletop has been given a spray coating.

The miter gauge doesn’t really fit well with the unit. We ran into a similar problem with the Craftsman Evolv table saw. If you plan on getting a table saw to primarily create crosscuts, you will likely want to upgrade this component.

Although there is a considerable amount of sawdust created with this tool, the Bosch 10-inch worksite table saw creates consistent results safely and consistently.


If you’re looking for a site saw over a shop saw, then this is easily one of the best table saws on the market today.