This hobby rated bench saw is fitted with a 1,500W braked brush motor. The motor coupled with the 254mm diameter blade gives the machine an impressive 80mm maximum depth of cut. All the functions found on much more expensive and sophisticated saws are to be found on the Jet JTS-10. Adjustable depth of cut, bevel cutting from 0 to 45°, and compound bevel cutting using the mitre fence. Supplied with rip fence, mitre fence, extension tables, stand and 40 tooth carbide tipped blade.
|Blade Diameter||254 mm|
|Blade Tilt||0° to 45°|
|Bore Size||30 mm|
|Dust Extraction Outlet||30 mm|
|Max Depth of Cut @ 45deg||55 mm|
|Max Depth of Cut @ 90deg||80 mm|
|Max Ripping Width||410 mm|
|Max Width of Cut with Fence||410 mm|
|Nett Weight||37 kg|
|Overall L x W x H||950 mm x 1,070 mm x 1,050 mm|
|Table Size||430 mm x 640 mm|
|Table Size With Extensions||940 mm x 950 mm|
18 November 2017
Good for the keen hobbyistBought this on offer. This was a very good value for the product, however had to take the first one back due to problems with the blade alignment to the table. Despite this, the customer service has always been very good and they gave me another one. This has worked very well for the past couple of years. There are some significant problems with accuracy, however i managed to adjusted these and made a new mitre fence which has increased the accuracy. It is also very noisy and the extraction is disappointing. All round, with adjustments it can become a good value table saw.
16 October 2017
Experience with JTS10 table sawIt's all of 9 years since I bought this piece of Jet kit (for £147!) and it does pretty well what I want: I'm not as demanding of total accuracy as some of your other reviewers. As far as I can remember it went together without any particular problem. The pressed steel build and the primitive mitre gauge definitely reflect the price. But I'm surprised that nobody has commented on its truly lamentable dust extraction performance. It has 2 outlets, from the blade shroud and the main box within which the blade turns. These are connected via the supplied branched hose to a reasonably beefy Woodstar extractor (which works perfectly with my benchtop thicknesser as well as being a useful vacuum cleaner when I fit a long slinky hose to it). It's no exaggeration to say that after every cutting session, the floor and everything in the vicinity is covered with sawdust and it's difficult to believe that any dust whatever has made its way to the extractor. Is this peculiar to this downmarket saw table or is it a feature of saw tables in general? Has anyone any solutions?
29 September 2016
SawI think it's a ok table saw for price, when I was fitting the handles on for the up/down and degrees it snapped when tightening it up n also I think the table saw fence should be abit stronger n stable but good saw
24 October 2015
Great saw for (DIY)Great saw good value for money. The cross cut is very poor put allround great saw. There is a lots of power and will cut true anything
13 September 2015
great price, poor value.I seriously don't knock Axminster for this, it's a case of Jet making a poor item, I own the Jet DC1100A and a Jet lathe and have no problems with them. To echo some of the other reviews...I've spent three days trying to put this together after having completed the Jet DC1100A in an hour and on my own. I'm sure it's an ok machine once up and running, however the instructions are in large pointless, they are vague to the point of, and i'm ashamed to say i watch it, the mystery bake on GBBO, consisting of almost nothing more than put together...