|Arbor Size:||5/8 in.|
|Blade Diameter:||10 in.|
|Blade Tilt Range:||-2 to 47 Degrees|
|Dado Blade Diameter (Max.):||8 in.|
|Dado Blade Width (Max.):||13/16 in.|
|Depth of Cut (45 Degrees):||2-1/2 in.|
|Depth of Cut (90 Degrees):||3-1/8 in.|
|Max. Rip Capacity (Left):||9 in.|
|Max. Rip Capacity (Right):||25 in.|
|No-Load Speed (RPM):||3650|
|Table Depth:||29 in.|
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Q:looking for a portable bench saw table w/wheels
A:The Bosch 4100-09 is a great saw that will meet your needs as a table saw with a rolling stand
Q:Can dado blades be used? Is the abor long enough to hold the dado blade's width?
A:Yes, up to an 8" by 13/16" blade can be used.
Q:What is the width and depth of the miter gauge slots?
Q:does the stand cone with the reconditioned unit pricing @ $449.00
A:Yes, the stand does come with the reconditioned unit.
Q:Our company owns one of these saws with wheeled stand. I've looked all over the net for a replacement saw for the same stand. It is not diffficult to find saw and stand together for about $600. The stand itself is available for around $200. Why isn't the saw available separately for around $400?
A:Bosch is only offering the 2 items as a kit at this time.
Q:Is the only difference between this model and the DG model the digital gauge readout? Are there any other features that separate them?
A:Yes, that is the only difference. The Bosch 4100DG-09 is equipped with the digital gauge readout.
A:You are correct, the only difference is the DG model has a digital gauge readout while this one does not.