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I have a small shop that has to be a, mechanical, electrical and hobby woodworking shop. The size and portability of the TS2400 was the ticket for me. I have had this saw for a year now and it is a workhorse !

portable saw bench

 

The table is nice and flat, It was fully assembled and perfectly aligned right out of the box. There is plenty of adjustments on this saw even if it wasn’t. It has an aluminum table, you need not worry about constantly cleaning off rust and putting a protectorate on the metal to keep it from rusting.

portable bench saw

 

The soft start motor ramps up nicely and has plenty of power for everything that I’ve thrown at it so far, which includes ripping and crosscutting soft and hard woods.

hitachi portable table saw

 

It was a hard decision between the Bosch 4000-09 and the Ridgid TS2400LS. They both are really nice portable saws.

saw portable

 

I did a lot of online research and did a lot of playing with the display models in the stores.

Here are some reasons I bought the Ridgid instead of the Bosch..

Ridgid has a nicer fence, super accurate, very smooth and easy to remove.

The Ridgid has a nice one-piece tape measure type fence-measuring guide.

I didn’t like the Flunky two-piece measuring guide for the fence on the Bosch, it just seemed awkward to use to me.

universal portable table saw stand

 

The Bosch has less table space in front of the blade and a no tee slot miter gauge.The Ridgid’s table has the feel of a bigger table saw with more table space in front of the blade and a tee slot miter gauge as well. It is easier to handle boards when there is more table space in front of the blade.

I like the having choice of either using the gravity drop or the crank option to crank the blade for making angled cuts.

The Bosch maybe that way too, I can’t remember.

The Bosch seemed to have a better fit and finish an attractive looking cart with nice rolling pneumatic tires.

I have enough tires in my shop to worry about keeping pumped up. The Ridgid cart is a cinch to setup and has solid tires. The TS2400 saw sits rock solid.

The blade guard on the Ridgid is real easy to remove and put back on, Just knob screw on and off.

The Ridgid has the lifetime warranty and was less money than the Bosch.

I do wish HD would carry all the accessories for this saw.

If you have room buy a full size table saw, but if you are like me buy this one you won’t be sorrI have a small shop that has to be a, mechanical, electrical and hobby woodworking shop. The size and portability of the TS2400 was the ticket for me. I have had this saw for a year now and it is a workhorse !

The table is nice and flat, It was fully assembled and perfectly aligned right out of the box. There is plenty of adjustments on this saw even if it wasn’t. It has an aluminum table, you need not worry about constantly cleaning off rust and putting a protectorate on the metal to keep it from rusting.

The soft start motor ramps up nicely and has plenty of power for everything that I’ve thrown at it so far, which includes ripping and crosscutting soft and hard woods.

It was a hard decision between the Bosch 4000-09 and the Ridgid TS2400LS. They both are really nice portable saws.

I did a lot of online research and did a lot of playing with the display models in the stores.

Here are some reasons I bought the Ridgid instead of the Bosch..

Ridgid has a nicer fence, super accurate, very smooth and easy to remove.

The Ridgid has a nice one-piece tape measure type fence-measuring guide.

I didn’t like the Flunky two-piece measuring guide for the fence on the Bosch, it just seemed awkward to use to me.

The Bosch has less table space in front of the blade and a no tee slot miter gauge.The Ridgid’s table has the feel of a bigger table saw with more table space in front of the blade and a tee slot miter gauge as well. It is easier to handle boards when there is more table space in front of the blade.

I like the having choice of either using the gravity drop or the crank option to crank the blade for making angled cuts.

The Bosch maybe that way too, I can’t remember.

The Bosch seemed to have a better fit and finish an attractive looking cart with nice rolling pneumatic tires.

I have enough tires in my shop to worry about keeping pumped up. The Ridgid cart is a cinch to setup and has solid tires. The TS2400 saw sits rock solid.

The blade guard on the Ridgid is real easy to remove and put back on, Just knob screw on and off.

The Ridgid has the lifetime warranty and was less money than the Bosch.

Just my three cents….











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