Rockwell RK7241S Table Saw with Laser

August 1, 2013 - Comment

RK7241S Features: -Table saw.-Has a 30” rip capacity to the right side of the blade.-10”.-73.7 lbs. Includes: -Includes laser for accuracy. Dimensions: -Saw has a 3-9/16” cutting capacity which allows it to cut through 4”x4” dimensional lumber.                     Thanks to the integrated wheels and the ability to use an extended leg as

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RK7241S Features: -Table saw.-Has a 30” rip capacity to the right side of the blade.-10”.-73.7 lbs. Includes: -Includes laser for accuracy. Dimensions: -Saw has a 3-9/16” cutting capacity which allows it to cut through 4”x4” dimensional lumber.                     Thanks to the integrated wheels and the ability to use an extended leg as a pull handle, the RK7241S is easy to transport from one job site to the next (view larger).                         The extra-long, 30-inch foldout fence provides a wide rip capacity (view larger).    

The Rockwell RK7241S 10-inch table saw with laser combines the best of power, precision, and portability for the utmost in versatility on the job site. It boasts four times the cutting capacity of comparable 10-inch table saws on the market, and its extra-long, 30-inch foldout fence provides the widest rip capacity. An integrated laser guide allows for consistent accuracy—the laser automatically realigns if the blade angle is beveled and never needs fine-tuning. Use an extended leg as a pull handle to effortlessly transport the saw on its built-in wheels from one job site to the next.

Biggest Depth of Cut and Most Rip Cut Capacity in Its Class

Unlike other portable 10-inch table saws, Rockwell’s RK7241 can cut through a 4-by-4 piece of lumber in one fell swoop. Its maximum cutting depth is 3-9/16 inches at 90 degrees and 2-9/16 inches at 45 degrees. And its rip cut capacity is best in class thanks to the 30-inch table to the right of the blade (with 11 inches to the left) that allows you to efficiently cut a 4-by-8 sheet of plywood in half. With 15 amps of power and a rated no-load speed of 4,800 RPM, the RK7241S is ideal for tackling large projects proficiently.

Laser Cut Line Indicator Improves Precision

Rockwell’s LaserGuide technology improves accuracy and consistency of cuts by providing a true cutline indicator that displays exactly where the blade will cut the material at hand. It’s extremely useful for lining up cuts without needing to refer to the blade itself. Plus, when the blade is skewed for bevel cuts, the laser line automatically adjusts to the updated blade arrangement.

Trolley Stand Makes for Easy Transport

Thanks to the integrated wheels and the ability to use an extended leg as a pull handle, the RK7241S is easy to roll from the workshop to the job site to the garage and back again. And the included accessories—rip fence, miter gauge, push stick, riving knife, dust bag, and blade wrenches—are all stored on board so everything travels together. The saw and the stand are fully assembled immediately from the box, and the stand folds down in mere seconds, making for the ultimate in convenience while on the job.

What’s in the Box

One Rockwell RK7241S table saw with laser, one rip fence, one miter gauge, one push stick, one riving knife, one dust bag, and two blade wrenches.

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Highlights

Best-in-class cutting depth One-of-a-kind laser indicator adjusts to blade tilt Folding fence for extra wide cuts Fully assembled trolley stand for easy transport Backed by a two-year limited warranty                     The RK7241S can cut through a 4-by-4 piece of lumber in one smooth cut (view larger).    

Product Features

  • Heavy duty, yet versatile and light weight for the jobsite, work shop, or cabinet shop
  • Most cutting depth of any saw in its class
  • Folding fence for extra wide cuts
  • Exclusive laser indicator adjusts blade tilt
  • Fully assembled trolley stand for portability

Comments

Jason says:

All-in-all, I’m very happy I don’t write many reviews, but this table saw deserves one. If for nothing more than the fact that it doesn’t have enough as is. So before I begin, I must preface this review letting you know that I’m upgrading from a $100 Craftsman that I’ve been using for about 12 years. I am a DIY, weekend warrior type, so not a professional by any means. My budget was also not large enough to spend on a cabinet saw, so that left me in the “contractor” arena of table saws. So onto the review…

K. Smith "CakeLady" says:

Great features and good power for the money! This saw is good for the advanced homeowner diy’er or job-site use. The only issue I had was the need to align the blade parallel with the miter slots.As shipped, the blade was off by almost 1/8th inch from front to back of the blade. This leads to binding and burning during rip cuts. After I adjusted the alignment, the saw cuts smoothly and with plenty of power. While I was able to figure it out, the average diy’er may be frustrated by needing to do something that should be done at…

F. Fedeli says:

No blade adjustment I purchased this saw as a replacement for my 12 year old Craftsman 10″. As I don’t use a table saw often I was looking for a step up as far as larger table, wider rips just a little more accuracy. There is a You Tube video out there and the saw looked promising, so I bought it. I installed the blade and proceeded to check the adjustments. Setting the 90 deg. was no problem, then went to see if the blade was parallel to the miter slots and it was not. I looked in the owners manual for the…

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