Delta TS200LS Shopmaster 10 Portable Bench Saw with Legs
Delta TS200LS Shopmaster 10" Portable Bench Saw

Delta TS200LS Shopmaster 10" Portable Bench Saw with Legs

Manufacturer:
Delta

UPC:
069554002052

Retail Price:
$159.41

Avg. Rating:

Features:
  • Powered by a 13-amp, 120-volt motor for dependable cutting power
  • Lightweight for easy portability
  • Ample capacity to cut 3-inch at 90 degrees, 2-1/2-inch at 45 degrees
  • Rip fence locks front and rear to maintain accuracy of cut

Editorial Review
This benchtop saw from Delta's Shopmaster line offers accuracy and reliability in an easily portable package. It has a 13 amp, 120-volt motor for plowing through cuts and features a 17-1/4-by-26-inch table that allows for a 9-7/8-inch maximum rip to the right of the blade. There's a self-aligning rip fence that locks in parallel to the blade and a T-slot groove in the table so you can use a standard miter gauge for crosscutting. It also has a see-through blade guard with an integral splitter and antikickback fingers, and a toggle-style on/off switch. This model comes with a hefty steel stand so you can use it anywhere you need it. While this is a great saw for do-it-yourselfers working on smaller projects, people needing more rip capacity and a more powerful motor will want to consider a step up to Delta's TS220 Shopmaster saw. --Brian Trinen
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Delta TS200LS Shopmaster 10" Portable Bench Saw with Legs Specs:
Product NameDelta TS200LS Shopmaster 10" Portable Bench Saw with Legs
ManufacturerDelta
Product Number MPNTS200LS
Retail Price $159.41
EAN-130069554002052
EAN-1400069554002052
UPC069554002052
Dimensions27 x 18 x 12 in.
Weight53 lbs.
Last Updated:22-August-2014
Deal first added on:4-January-2005

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Latest 6 Reviews
Here is what people are saying about the Delta TS200LS Shopmaster 10" Portable Bench Saw with Legs
2 Star Rating  "Profound Waste of Money" 
- Reviewed By An Amazon User
I recently unloaded my TS200 on craigslist for a whopping $50. That included the saw, the blade, the rip fence, a sacrificial fence (that attached to the rip fence), and a few other specialized accessories I made for this saw.

I've been getting into wood working for the last few years, and had a lot of projects around the house that I wanted to to. I've managed to get some decent results out of this saw, but it was painstaking to do so. I built a hardwood toy-box, face-frame cabinets, toddlers rocking chair, and a few other things with this saw. I forced myself to use it even after I realized it was inferior, a time-sink, and a waste of money.

The 24-tooth blade is not fit for finer woodworking. If all you're doing is ripping or cutting 2x4's, it'll be fine. Otherwise, you'll need to drop another $40 or more on a good 10" saw blade. I affixed a Freud 50-tooth combination blade to mine, and the cut quality was drastically improved. Getting the blade parallel to the miter slot was impossible. I eventually gave up when I got it within 1/64" from front to back of the blade.

The table is small. You cannot rip 24" wide.

The rip fence is the most god-awful thing I've ever seen. It wasn't perpendicular to the table top. Measuring from the bottom of the fence would be 1/8" different from measuring from the top of the fence. This made it nearly impossible to get accurate rip widths. It rarely ended up parallel to the blade / miter slot unless I man-handled it while I was clamping.

Forget about using a Dado blade. The arbor is too short, and the blade insert is non-standard, rectangular, sheet-metal that is not flush with the table top. The variance on this saw is something you learn to work around, and you'll waste hours working around it.

The miter gauge is horrible. It's small, it's flimsy, and there's not much you can do about it.

The miter slots are T-slots of a non-standard size. You cannot use standard miter slot hardware on this saw. The best way I found to use a feather board involved clamping it to the table.

This saw is direct-drive with a universal motor. It's noisy. Very noisy.

A few months ago, I bought an old Rockwell contractors saw (from the 1970's) off craigslist for $250. I wish I had purchased a good used contractors saw to begin with.

Still this saw did work for me for more than a year, and as long as you're not expecting to do much with a table saw beyond rough-rip wood, this will do the trick. You can get excellent results using this saw in your shop, but you're going to have to get good at using a circular saw with an edge guide to cut wide panels, a router with a flush-trim bit or jointer to clean up your edges, and you're going to spend enormous amounts of time measuring your saw setup, cutting test pieces, adjusting, cutting more test pieces, etc.



The saw I used was actually the second saw of this same model that I purchased. The first one I unpacked was so badly aligned that the saw blade wouldn't fit out the blade insert opening. I did everything I could before I realized that saw was irreparably bent. I returned it and (stupidly) got another one that was identical, but not so badly bent.

Shame on Delta for even sticking their logo on this piece of trash.
 
5 Star Rating  "Great saw for the money." 
- Reviewed By An Amazon User
This is a great saw for the money. I started woodworking about 2 1/2 years ago. I didn't want to spend alot of money on a hobby I wasn't sure I would like. Since buying the saw I have filled our house with mission and shaker style furniure. The only problems I have with this saw are the fence (doesn't stay parallel to the blade when locking down), the arbor length (will only accept up to 1/2 inch stacked dado), the on/off switch (had to replace it with a better rocker switch in order to turn the saw off), and the size of the table top. All in all, it's a great little saw for someone who is just getting into woodworking and doesn't want to spend a lot of money.
 
4 Star Rating  "Perfect for my needs" 
- Reviewed By An Amazon User
Ideal for my needs as a weekend carpenter. Small enough to easyly be put to the side of the garage but still able to rip 2 inch green treated lumber.
 
5 Star Rating  "Great Value" 
- Reviewed By An Amazon User from NE, PA
This wouldn't find a home in the New Yankee Workshop, but it has provided me with great bang for the buck!! I've used it for laying a hardwood floor and now we're cutting lots of plexiglass (different blade) to make lab equipment - all without a complaint. In fact a colleague, who owns a much more expensive table saw, has been looking for a 2nd saw to have at his cottage. He's been watching us use the Delta and is planning to get one himself. I'm slightly sad to say the price is now a shade lower whan when I bought mine :)
 
1 Star Rating  "Table Saws fence is weak" 
- Reviewed By An Amazon User
The very first time I used my table saw a clamped the fence down and the fences clamping mechanism broke. It is made of an alloy that is very weak and is not repairable with a welder.
 
2 Star Rating  "UNADJUSTED NOT HAPPY" 
- Reviewed By An Amazon User
I too received the saw unaddjusted.. Ive been trying to get it straight but have failed so far. I also bought the 10inch miter saw also which was also unadjusted...Im not a professional woodworker so this kind of stuff is trying..I bought the Delta brand because I was under the impression it was a good old name.. Ive been trying to get the table saw into adjustment but it still is not parallel.. Not happy but will continue to try and get it right. I dont use it much so I dont play with it alot right now, but I plan on doing some more work in the future and hope its fixable..
 
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