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Kobalt KT1015 10-in 15 Amp Table Saw with Folding Stand
by Kobalt

Kobalt KT1015 10-in 15 Amp Table Saw with Folding Stand

Kobalt KT1015 10-in 15 Amp Table Saw with Folding Stand

by Kobalt

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15-Amp 10-in Table Saw with Folding Stand

  • Durable carbide-tipped blade
  • Large rip capacity easily accommodates larger pieces
  • Double-latch rip fence provides excellent accuracy and standard 3/4-in wide T-slotted miter gauge for accessories such as feather boards (not included)
  • On-board storage for rip fence, miter gauge, blade guard assembly, push stick, power cord, and extra blades keeps items secure when not in use
  • Quick-folding stand with wheels provides portability
  • Large tabletop provides a roomy work surface
  • Dust collection port conveniently fits a vacuum or dust collector


  • Maximum RPM: 5,000
  • Bevel capacity: 45°
  • Amps: 15
Weight:68 Pounds
Warranty3 Year Limited
helpBoxTable Saw Type
There are a few types of table saws and they are generally organized by how portable they are. Job site table saws are meant to be easily moved where shop table saws are generally hardwired into a shop.

Table Saw TypePortable/Job Site Table Saw

Dimensions & Weights 

Table Width:19½ inches
Table Length:26 inches
Table Height:34 inches
Right Rip Capacity:30 inches
Max. Depth at 90 Degrees:3½ inches
Max. Depth at 45 Degrees:2½ inches
Left Rip Capacity:14 inches
Dust Chute Diameter(OD):2½ inches
Blade Diameter:10 inches
Arbor Size:0.625 inches

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Great within design limits
By from Georgia, USA on Oct 06, 2015
With Black Friday fast approaching wanted to give a review of pros and cons. First some limitations and a design shortcoming. The main limitation is this is not intended to be a high power table saw. It''s 15 amps equates to approximately 2 Horsepower (at best) which has some ripple effects. Primarily in possible dado blade usage. The arbor bolt length (it holds the saw blades) can only "safely" hold about a 1/2" worth of dado blades width (stacked dado blade set). That is intentional due to the relative low power and high weight of a full 13/16" set of dado blades. One can circumvent safety measures to get the full width (the arbor washer can be replaced with a thick shim that normally comes with most dado sets) but the thought of heavy sharp metal objects spinning at 5000 rpm flying everywhere keeps me from even being tempted. There is a manufacturing dictum, pick two of the following three: cheap, fast, good. Having bought a low cost portable table saw I have already picked cheap. To get it as "good" means 3/4" dado cuts will require two passes and more careful measurements, so fast is out the window. But that''s okay, I''m retired and a DIY''er, not into production. This is NOT a bad thing, just good to know when one is weighing their choices. When evaluating other table saws this is an item to inspect if you plan to do dado cuts. An item I consider to be a design shortcoming is the throat plate insert. It is a thin metal piece, which by itself is not bad since it is strong enough to do it''s job properly. However, when trying to fabricate to your own zero clearance inserts (helps making cleaner and more precise cuts) one is limited to thin hardboard and gluing thicker wood support to firm it up. There is an excellent youtube video that shows how to make one, search for "kobalt table saw zero clearance insert". It is, however, a challenge to get right. Again, I have more time than money so I''ve made one for my regular blade and one for my dado set. Lowe''s sells a dado insert for about fifty five, but since I only paid one eighty for the entire saw, I just couldn''t see paying that much. Most other table saws have inserts approximately 1/2" thick allowing easier fabrication. This is still a great saw for my situation. I don''t have a work shop, right now I have to move the cars out of the garage and set up my equipment. So, this being portable is of high value. I''ve found that after properly aligning everything it is providing highly accurate cuts. I do rely on measuring devices rather than the scale that is built into the saw, many reviews with much more experience than I have recommended that method. Since the fence tightens separately at both front and back I use a hack to get it straight. I loosen the right side extension, pull it out about 6" and align the fence with the edge of a miter slot, tighten the fence down, then slide the extension to desired length. This allows the fence to stay parallel to the blade front to back. Again there are several good youtube videos for setting up and aligning this table saw. Use your favorite internet search engine and search for this saw. The miter gauge is indeed flimsy for fine woodworking but adequate for rough cuts. I have been successful in restoring my outdoor shed cutting trim and sheet goods. I''ve also used it for repairing under my kitchen sink (a leak ruined the existing mdf flooring), laying hardwood floor, and repairing fascia under my roof gutters. I will be making a table saw sled soon to allow more precise cuts to build some furniture. I realize it will take me more time to make more measurements and jigs, but the jigs and this table saw will cost much less than a high power high precision table saw. If you are on a budget and have the time to devote to it, my research points to this option as one of the best in it''s class of 10", 15 amp table saws. I am definitely happy with my purchase and the concerns above I wanted to share so people can make their best informed decision.
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By from North Central PA on Oct 05, 2015
Decent Saw for the coin. Great Warranty!! Only "complaint" I have is the quality of the "out feed support" that telescopes out of the rear of the saw - very flimsy. Just a comment - a dust collection bag as an included accessory would be nice. I don''t see where it''s even offered as an "optional" accessory. Overall, I am satisfied with the saw.
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Excellent little saw
By from Hernando, FL, USA on Sep 15, 2015
i have owned and used Craftsman, Rigid and other 10-inch saws as I used to be a full time cabinet maker. This Kobalt saw is full of surprises and impresses me with both its features and value. I love this capable saw and have no problem giving it my highest praise.
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Safety - Anti-Kickback Pawls
By from Windsor, ON on Sep 10, 2015
Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
For the AKPs to fit into slot, I had to remove about 0.010" off the top of the riving knife in order for the button pin to engage into the retaining hole.
Adjusted and set the stops for the blade at 90 and 45 degrees to the table.
Checking the fence to the saw blade fully raised, the fence does not square itself to the blade.For cuts, I will have to make sure the fence is squared front and rear. The tension on the fence locks seems very tight and must be careful on releasing the locks.
I like to have little as possible blade exposure when cutting. To cut 5/8" thick board the blade height has to be 3-1/2" to clear the pawls. When lowering the saw, the pawls will catch into the recess of the throat plate and jam.
I think that the pawls sit to far back of center to be of real use. I will probably remove the anti-kickback pawls in the future after I use the saw on a regular basis.

Sorry Kobalt, buts that my thoughts on this saw. Waiting for my backlog belts to come in for my 10 yr old 10" Craftsman table saw. Not that I recommend Craftsman now days.
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Wanted a table saw for a long time, this is a fit.
By from Palm Coast, Fl. on Sep 07, 2015
Good value, had to change orientation of one of the support tubes I assembled, easy fix. Well designed. I was going to take off one star because I had to realigh the riving knife, but it helped me understand the process. Best way to do this for me was after getting the proper size allen wrench and a good light source, have the table saw in the storage position. Cover the teeth of the raised blade and slowly turn the three alignment screws to proper alignment with the blade per instructions and re tighten all allen screws. With vacuum hose attached I was pleasantly surprised so little clean up was needed. Very happy. Right price, well thought out product and snuggs the wall using minimal space. No extra stand needed to fool around with and it can be used in either lowered position or raised of course.
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Missing Pieces. Not available from Manufacturer?
By from Hamilton, Ontario on Sep 03, 2015
So I purchased this saw a few months back and finally had a chance to put it together. to my dismay, one of the pieces (I2 - Left Handle) as missing right out the packing. Because of the amount of assembly (which is not HUGE, buts its more than a few pieces) I did not notice until I got to that part. I called up Kobalt and they informed me that the piece in question is no longer available and that I should pack it up and return it. A few things to note : A) its now fully assembled and therefore taking it apart would require a few hours of work.
B) I kid you not, the first step in the manual for assembly is to destroy the box. So therefore returning it (without taping the box back up a lot) is not even really possible.

Its only the exterior handle used to cart the thing around, so I guess I am going to have to fashion something out of conduit or similar. :|

Otherwise the saw looks great, yet to try it out.. but it seems sturdy.
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Kobalt 10" table saw
By from Texas, USA on Sep 01, 2015
I am glad I chose this saw. It has all the features I was looking for at a good price. I have had no problems with the gate.
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By from Forsyth, MO, USA on Aug 31, 2015
Very surprised at the ease of assembly and start-up. Got into my project quickly and has zero problems.
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Category Table Saws - 2762
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