Craftsman 10'' Table Saw with Laser Trac® (21807)Item# 00921807000 | Model# 21807
|Base Dimensions (LxW):||22 in x 18 in|
|Maixmum Dado Diameter (in):||6|
|Maximum Cut Depth at 45° (in):||2.5|
|Maximum Cut Depth at 90° (in):||3|
|Maximum Dado Width (in.):||0.5|
|Table Dimensions (LxW):||25 in x 19 5/8 in|
|Table Dimensions with Extensions:||25 in x 19 5/8 in|
|Table Height From Floor (In):||34.75|
|Fence Type - Open text:||Locking|
|General Warranty:||One year|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||63.8|
|Package Contents:||Miter Gauge, Push Block, Blade Wrench, Rip Fence|
|Table Saw Style:||Bench Top Table Saw|
|Materials & Finishes:|
|Cord Length (ft.):||6|
|Cord Management:||Cord retention system|
|Cord Type:||14 gauge|
|Blade Diameter (In):||10|
|Arbor Speed (RPM):||5000|
|Guides & Instructions:|
|Arbor Size:||5/8 in.|
|Table Material:||Die cast aluminum|
|Left Rip Capacity:||24 in.|
|Maximum Cut Depth:||3 in|
|Right Rip Capacity:||24 in.|
|Assembly Required:||Assembly Required|
Ratings & Reviews
Craftsman 21807 Table Saw: Precision, Speed and a Clean Cut with Every Pass
Ripping sheets of plywood, slotting boards and building perfect boxes, a solid table saw is the center of any shop and strong support for countless projects, which is why the Craftsman 21807 is loaded with features. Line up every cut with the Laser Trac® guidance system and use the smooth gliding t-slot miter gauge and 10 inch carbide tipped blade to slice perfect angles. No matter what kind of work you’ve got ahead, this table saw is ready to lend a hand.
Perfect for long work pieces, the Craftsman 21807 Table Saw features an extendable out-feed support that gives you more control so you can focus on smooth feeding. And if you’ve got a wide cut to make, the extendable support tables and quick moving fence allow you to rip sheets up to 24 inches wide in one smooth, fast motion. Stable as can be, the wide base of this machine handles heavy pieces with ease. A solid fixture to any shop, but always ready to move, this table saw detaches from its base for portability that will keep it moving with you every time duty calls. Dependable, durable and ready to get the job done fast, add this saw to your arsenal and tackle any job with cuts, that can’t be matched.
- Full kit includes: 36T carbide tipped saw blade, 2 AAA batteries, dust bag, blade wrenches and push stick
- The Craftsman 21807 Saw’s 15.0 amp motor delivers 5,000 RPM for smooth, fast rips and cuts
- Wide base means stable support for pieces big and small
- Clamp together design allows this saw to break down fast
- Dual roller wheels means more jobsite and shop portability
- Laser Trac® delivers precision, accuracy and speedy cuts
- A pair of table side extensions delivers cuts up to 24 in. wide
- Dust collection bag removes and empties fast
- Out-feed extension supports long pieces easily
- Miter gauge is indexed every 15 degrees for fast, accurate cutting
- On board storage accommodates rip fence, miter gauge
- Some assembly required
Added on July 26, 2010
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Most Helpful Reviews
Made in China Have had nothing but problems. Laser light quit working, Can't hardly get the blade backup once it has been lowered, Two much play in miter gauge, makes a big difference when cutting wood for matching miter cuts, Like I said made in China what can you expect. I`ll never a sears tool again if made in China, and they don't tell you where it's made
I purchased this saw in the summer of 2014 for some hobby projects. I have used it quite a bit and believe I can make a reasonable assessment of the saw. The saw performs as well as you would expect from a $250.00 contractor's saw. The dust bag is all but useless, so I removed it and fabricated my own dust collecting system using 3/4' MDF and a 4" dust port. The mitre slots have flanges to keep the mitre gauge from raising up, but they are useless unless you plan on operating the saw upside down. The slots are 5/8 inches and the mitre gauge wobbles in the slots. I cut the flanges off since they prevent me from using a sled I built using 3/4" plywood. My homemade sled allows me to make fairly accurate cuts on small material with the saw. I replaced the stock blade immediately with an Irwin blade and was happy with how much better the saw cut. If you want a basic table saw for occasional use then this saw will work. In retrospect I would have spent the extra money an got a heavier saw with a cast iron table.
Bought this model a few months back, didn't plan on leaving a review but after using it for a period of time now I feel compelled. The base is made of plastic, which was cracked when I unpacked it, and since I live approx. 200 miles from the nearest Sears I decided to live with it. The Table is Aluminum which at first didn't concern me but the weight savings in my estimation has cheapened this saw into a hobby saw at best. The miter slots are a joke (really) can't figure why they made them as they did. I thought at first it was because they had accessories for sale that would compel you to buy them because no after market's would be able to fit, such as an upgraded miter gauge. But no they don't sell any add-on for this unit. I eventually filed off the tabs inside the miter slots so that I could build a crosscut sled in order to cut more precise 90 degree crosscuts because the miter gauge, which is the only one that will fit in the proprietary miter slots is literally useless. Each slot was a different width so making the runners was a challenge at best. The blade changes position every time you touch the combination height and angle adj wheel (Cheapest thing you have ever worked with) and feels like it is going to come right off the machine it wobbles so much. The Fence is not accurate so you need to measure to the front of the blade and back of the blade before making a cut. I am going to shop for a different saw that will better suite my needs and it will not be a Craftsman. They are not making the saws like they use to. Well, enough said I think you get the idea. If all you want to do is make bird houses go for it, but buy a new blade and a pair of ear protectors before you do. DKing
If you want a cheap tablesaw that can rip and crosscut, this is your saw. It will do that. But don't get this saw if you need any sort of accuracy, if you build your own jigs, or if you intent to use any sort of dado, or zero-insertion plate. The miter bar for the miter gauge is loose in the miter slot. It rattles back and forth, causing error of up to 1/8 inch. Sometimes it racks in the slot, causing it to stick suddenly. The miter slot is not industry standard. It's frankly weird. After a lot of effort I was able to manufacture a miter bar out of a piece of Maple. Using that I was able to create a sled that was accurate enough to actually cut wood reliably. The fence isn't square to the blade. I'd like to adjust that, but the way the fence is designed is so cheap that an adjustment isn't possible. It IS possible to put a $200 after-market fence on the saw, and make THAT square to the blade. But why bother? It's a cheap saw. I managed by scribing lines into the table that are square to the blade, and then I line up the fence to those lines. It usually takes several tries to fasten the fence so that it remains square. I bought a half-inch Dado blade to go with this saw. But I can only install a quarter inch of Dado blades on the arbor. It's just too short. And it is difficult to get to. The insertion plate is designed to clip into place. It has little support under it. Any zero clearance plate you make to go into the throat of the saw will need lots of work to keep it in place. Frankly, it's not worth the bother. I "upgraded" to this saw from a ************** 10" table saw. Frankly, it is difficult to tell the difference in quality.
This table saw works perfect for what I need it for. The fence could be a little more heavy duty but it works fine..just take a little more time to make sure both sides are even. The miter gauge on the other hand is pretty poor construction being plastic but if you are not using it for a lot of angles it should be fine. So far so good for me. One thing I wish it had was a dust collection hook up versus just a bag but I can live with it.
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