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Bosch GTS10XC

Bosch GTS10XC

3.7 from 7 reviews · View Statistics



7 reviews
Nigel Christian

Nigel ChristianAuckland

  • 4 reviews
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My rating is based on one issue where the 10xc stands out - cutting power. Hot knife through butter is the relevant phrase. I cut a lot of ancient hard native (NZ) timber and this is the saw for the job. Much better than the De Walt of similar watts that I had previously. The only negative is that the fence is not as precise as the De Walt which had a system of cogs with a magnified reading at each end. The Bosch 10xc just slides and clamps and you need to check the fence for square each time - but it is still pretty accurate.

Date PurchasedJuly 2016
Carmelo S.

Carmelo S.Greater Melbourne (Outer), VIC

  • 4 reviews

An excellent saw on it's class


GTS 10J, Little brother is a ripper....


I read the above review, and I have to say what a load of tripe. I had to rip down bevels on site for custom matched mdf skirting, modify existing jarrah architraves by cutting them down, panels, thin mdf etc. I bought the cheaper GTS10j with stand with some trepidation based on these reviews, but as there wasn't much else to choose from took the plunge.

It worked all day without a drama, cut thin and straight with the existing blade and I never had a problem. The rip fence was parallel in any position. I got smooth finish cuts on 20mm jarrah to 3mm mdf sheet with the blade out of the box.... just started it up and ripped into it (no pun intended).

I am impressed with it and it adds to my other Bosch blue tools

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Is the smaller table size on the smaller gts 10J a nuisance for long (2m) timber lengths?

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Actually no. There's enough length on the table to clamp a guide board, which you can make as long as you like. Feather boards are difficult, as the Bosch mitre slots are non-standard, although you can make your own mitre bars to fit. I always place a roller stand front and back (in-feed and out-feed) and have no problem. If you do mega amounts of long production work, just build two work tables and sit the saw in between.

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CategoryTable Saws
Price (RRP)1000
ManualDownload manual

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  • GTIN13: 3165140558426
  • MPN: GTS10XC

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