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SKILSAW SPT99-12 10 in. Heavy Duty Worm Drive Table Saw with Stand

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The 10 in. Heavy Duty Worm Drive Table Saw is the latest addition to SKILSAW’s table-saw lineup. SKILSAW’s legendary Worm Drive power train delivers superior torque, an aggressive 3 ½ in. depth of cut, and 30 ½ in. rip capacity. Tear through plywood and slice 4X with ease and precision. The rack and pinion system makes fence adjustments quickly and smoothly for accurate cuts. SKILSAW’s patented Dual-Field Motor runs cooler so it can work harder, longer. The rugged stand delivers dependable stability, and the sixteen inch wheels easily take stairs and roll over uneven surfaces to just about anywhere you need to set up and let it rip.
Features:
  • Legendary worm drive gearing with 3-5/8 in. depth of cut and 30-1/2 in. rip capacity for maximum torque for ripping applications and cuts through 4X for increased productivity
  • Precision rack and pinion fence system makes fence adjustments quickly and smoothly for accurate cuts
  • Rugged rolling stand with 16 in. wheels and easy-load handles delivers unsurpassed mobility over stairs and rough job-site surfaces while helping load the saw into your truck with ease
  • Outfeed and left support allow for larger cuts to be made by one person
  • Dust port elbow contains debris to one area for clean-up
  • Stand handles to smoothly push the saw through the truck bed
Includes:
  • SPT99-12 SKILSAW Heavy Duty Worm Drive Table Saw with Stand
  • 32-Tooth Diablo carbide blade for rip cutting
  • Miter Gauge
  • Smart Guard System including Anti-Kick Back Device
  • Dust Elbow
  • Insert Plate
  • Push Stick
  • Wrench
  • Rip Fence

Specifications

Length: 52.6 in.
Width: 29.5 in.
Height: 35 in.
Weight: 98.8 lbs.
Amperage: 15
Arbor Size: 5/8 in
Blade Diameter: 10 in
Blade Guard System: Yes
Blade Tilt: Left
Blade Tilt Range: -1 to 46 degrees
Bluetooth Compatibility: No
CSA Safety: No
Case Included: No
Dado Blade Width (Max.): 1/2 in
Depth of Cut (45 Degrees): 2-3/10 in
Depth of Cut (90 Degrees): 3-5/8 in
Dust Collection Type: Dust Port
ETL Safety: No
Extension Type: Telescoping
Horsepower: 3
Motor Type: Brushed
No-Load Speed (RPM): 5000
Powered Tool Power Source: Electric - Corded
Rip Capacity (Left): 16-1/2 in
Rip Capacity (Right): 30-1/2 in
Table Type: Aluminum
Table Width: 30 in
Table Width (w/ Extension): 30-1/2 in
UL Safety: Yes
Voltage: 120V
Wifi compatibility: No

Recommendations

Reviews

4.8 / 5.0
15 Reviews
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Yes, I would recommend this to a friend (1)
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Easy To Use (1)
Powerful (1)
Value (1)
Lightweight (1)
Best Uses
Heavy Duty Requirements (1)
Jobsite (1)
Powerful, Accurate, Versatile and Clever
The Skilsaw SPT99-12 has a larger table, T-slots for the miter gauge, true dado capability, better dust collection and easier movement around my confined work space then the well-loved, powerful but smaller previous “job site saw” it replaces after 4+ years and many interesting projects. Love those rack and pinion fences! I prefer a versatile Diablo 1050T blade on these saws for both rips and smooth cross cuts on any wood. Besides all the great features everyone mentions, the Skilsaw has some subtle but valuable features noted below that enhance its operation and versatility.

I’m a hobbyist-level woodworker doing diverse projects in a small outdoor space, covered overhead but otherwise exposed, requiring power tools that can be easily moved together for protection under tarps from notorious Pacific Northwest weather. This saw certainly seems like like it will help me grow in skill and project complexity within the confines of that workspace.

It was purchased locally at the big orange home improvement center to avoid the possibility of shipping damage noted in a few reviews, and providing immediate recourse if quality problems showed up. None so far other than the very few extremely minor things noted below.

Skilsaw features:
+ All those that everybody mentions about plenty of power, great fence, smooth adjustments, easy push stick access, good safety accessories, etc. Accessory storage is nice, but mine doesn’t really travel anywhere.
+ Those substantial improvements over previous saw noted above.
+ Like most of the better saws in this price range, the blade arbor is farther back from the table front edge compared to smaller saws to accommodate wider crosscuts.
+ Stand reduces the storage footprint and easily moves to various positions in the small work space. It actually opens directly into my most used location, which is very handy.
+ Dust collection is much better than previous saw and the open underside makes it much easier to vacuum what little isn’t captured by a shop-vac through that nice included elbow.
+ 3-5/8” depth of cut allows 4x cuts in a single pass, nice since I can’t yet justify a miter saw. Cross-cutting an ipe 4x4 and 4x6 landscape timber were easy, resulting in accurately square and very smooth cut surfaces.
+ Textured finish works better than Teflon coating when clamping devices in T-slots.
+ Left-side material support is a very clever. I plan to build a melamine surface using that and the saw table with fence extension on the right to create a large assembly surface (great idea from a review).
+ T-slots on top and both faces of the fence to accommodate clamps or a sacrificial fence.
+ The stand provides useful stacking space in the “hooks” on each side for pre- and post-cut boards.

Assembly:
+ Fairly straightforward (I tend to read instructions carefully) and nice that the whole process was intended to be done by just flattening the box around the contents.
- One axle nut wouldn’t fully thread into place, but I had a spare 5/16” nut that worked fine. The supplied nut with deformed threads would have been OK until a replacement could be acquired.
- The pivot bolts at Location A (Step 2 in the manual assembly sequence) should be inverted, or a slightly thicker spacer used so that their protrusion doesn’t scratch the powder-coat when folded. I’ll probably add thin nylon washers there.

Calibration Adjustments:
+ All the calibration adjustments were spot-on from the factory, with the exception of some very minor and easily accomplished fence adjustments. Clever use of the blade wrench as calibration tool for the fence bolts in Position 2. All the calibration adjustments seem to be well described in the manual.
+ I’d read about several experiences with excessive blade runout - not something that can be adjusted! Mine seems very true with my preferred Diablo 50 tooth, proven by that smooth full-height ipe cut.
- The supplied standard table insert interfered on the left with underside structure preventing it from lowering flush with the table surface. A few minutes with a metal file to the underside of the aluminum throat plate eliminated those problems. Notably, the dado and zero-clearance table inserts purchased a few days later don’t have that problem. Maybe mine hadn’t been replaced with an updated version?

I’d read other’s displeasure with the manual, but I found it quite accurate and complete including helpful hints and suggestions for use of sacrificial fences. I trust that will still be the case when it’s time to do periodic maintenance. BTW, the supplied 5mm allen wrench is as good as any that I’ve used, unlike one comment I saw.

Useful Accessories:
+ No criticism of the supplied miter gauge, since I’d previously invested in an excellent Woodhaven miter gauge (reviewed previously). I like this better than the oft-mentioned Incra-types because there’s less mass hanging off the front of the table, balanced by the long and usefully heavy bar. It has adjustments (and wear spares) to ensure minimal slop in the miter slots and the necessary pieces to work well in the T-slots. It is, however, slower to make adjustments.
+ The Woodhaven works fabulously alone, but is most often combined with a Peachtree extension fence, and/or an Incra Miter Express. The Miter Express is a very clever assembly that effectively makes the table much deeper and creates a zero-clearance miter sled using any miter gauge. The inexpensive Skilsaw gauge would clamp in place fine here, although without the accurate angle positions of the Woodhaven or other upgrade gauges. I just used the Woodhaven/Peachtree/Miter Express combination to accurately and smoothly cut a 16” wide plywood shelf with zero stability issues. The table T-slots really enhanced that stability and board width capability.
+ Rockler miter slot feather board - clamps more easily in the textured miter slots compared to what it took to keep them tight in the Teflon-coated version of the previous saw.
+ Accessory outfeed support made by Skilsaw specifically for the SPT99 will help with another of my workplace issues. Attaches to existing threaded bosses on the underside of the table, and seems plenty sturdy for the purpose. Installs with just the two Skilsaw tools (5mm allen and 1/2” wrench).

Suggestions for Skilsaw:
Fix that standard table insert interference.
Reverse the stand bolts at Location A with acorn nuts over bolt protrusions for user protection.
Make the flip-down fence a full inch (or two) wide so that the fence scale is still effective.
Offer a shorter stand handle option to reduce the overall stored height for those that don’t need the truck-loading capability.
August 22, 2019
Originally posted at
all pros, only one con
one person can put it together. very easy to use. very nice fence. great blade. the only problem is that the blade drive cannot be adjusted so it wobbles about 0.4 of a degree and can cause some precision issues. other than that im very happy with this expensive purchase.
August 16, 2019
Originally posted at
Fantastic saw
I have used other saws over the years and I can say with no doubt this is one of the better ones. Easy set up and operation. Can travel over the roughest terrain with out any problem. The only regret about this saw is that I don’t buy it sooner.
July 28, 2019
Originally posted at
Awesome Table Saw!
This is a great table saw to have when working on woodworking projects. This table saw is built and operates way better than my old Craftsman table saw that I used to have. I really love that the base of the table saw makes it easy to fold, transport, and store.
July 8, 2019
Originally posted at
Skilsaw spt 99-12
Saw cuts like butter. Fence and blade were square out of the box upon assembly. Accessories were useful plus added the outfeed table which helped with ripping full sheets of plywood. Definitely a quality machine.
July 7, 2019
Originally posted at
What an amazing saw!!
I just caught over the sheer power this worm drive saw has in every aspect. I have used this saw exclusively in my shop as well as on job sites for the past few months, and I couldn’t be happier with it. No leg in power cutting full sheets of 3/4” plywood, or anything else for that matter. It’s a true beast with lots of terrific features as well
June 25, 2019
Originally posted at
Best Table Saw I Have Every Owned
Right out of the box. This is the first table saw that I have owned that every thing but the miter gauge checks out perfect. Absolutely no adjustments needed. The miter gauge has a little slop in the right and left slide groove that needed some attention in my opinion. Maybe I am just to fussy. The stand is great best stand I have every had.
June 22, 2019
Originally posted at
Cuts Great, Needed Adjustments, No Dado Plate
I bought this as a Christmas present to myself. The stand was miserable to put together. The riving knife and fence needed adjustments out of the box. The riving knife was NOT even close to being centered over the blade! I almost bent the included wrench trying to loosen the adjustment screws. They were over tightened. The back of the fence was also closer to the blade than the front of the fence. Once everything was adjusted, the saw cuts great. Now the big problem is that I cannot buy a dado plate!!! Please sell your accessories for this saw.
January 3, 2019
Originally posted at
Recommendations
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Pros
Easy To Use
Powerful
Value
Lightweight
Best Uses
Heavy Duty Requirements
Jobsite
This saw is awesome plenty of power and easy to move. I have been a Rousseau set up for years but this is much more portable
October 30, 2018
Purchased
11 months ago
Describe Yourself:
Professional
Best table saw I’ve owned
I bought this to replace another name brand saw I wore out. If this saw ever quits I’ll replace it with the same saw. Excellent in every way. Plus it has a wide cut capacity
June 21, 2018
Originally posted at

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Includes: SPT99-12 SKILSAW Heavy Duty Worm Drive Table Saw with Stand,
32-Tooth Diablo carbide blade for rip cutting,
Miter Gauge,
Smart Guard System including Anti-Kick Back Device,
Dust Elbow,
Insert Plate,
Push Stick,
Wrench,
Rip Fence
SPT99-RT SKILSAW Heavy Duty Worm Drive Table Saw,
32-Tooth Diablo carbide blade for rip cutting,
Miter Gauge,
Smart Guard System including Anti-Kick Back Device,
Dust Elbow,
Insert Plate,
Push Stick,
Wrench,
Rip Fence
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