Midsize Tablesaw TSC-10CL - Fine Woodworking Tool Review
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Midsize Tablesaw TSC-10CL

Bridgewood - Midsize Tablesaw TSC-10CL

This economically priced tablesaw has a left-tilting blade and is suitable for a contractor or a small shop.

$600 (As of 1/1/2004)

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Editor's Review: Tool Test: 9 Midsize Tablesaws

by Roland Johnson

review date: January 1, 2004

The first big workshop purchase for most people is a tablesaw. Priced and sized between the large cabinet saws and small benchtop saws, a contractor-style saw is the logical choice for many. I surveyed several brands on the market, checking for flatness, runout, and whether the factory settings of the trunnions and motors were parallel to the miter-gauge slots in the tops. I also ripped and crosscut 8/4 white oak and hard maple to test the machines under load. All of the saws I tested performed well. The Bridgewood proved to be a good, solid saw at a low price. The only thing I didn’t like about it was that the switch mount protruded too far out at the front of the saw.

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Editor Test Results:

Table Flatness N/A
Parallel Test Miter slot to blade: 0.005 in. out of parallel
Arbor Runout 0.004 in.
Noise N/A

Manufacturer Specifications

Manufacturer Bridgewood
Manufacturer's Web Site www.wilkemach.com
Manufacturer's Phone Number 800-235-2100
Max Rip Capacity 32 in.
Dust Collection Tray in base of saw cabinet with 4-in. outlet
Fence Stock
Horsepower 1-1/2 hp
Amps 18 amps
Volts 120v
Table Size 27 in. x 30 in.
Blade Size 10 in.
Blade Tilt Left

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