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    I have looked for the overall dimensions of the TS3650 with no success. Does anyone know the actual height, depth and width?

    If purchased, I would place this saw in a relatively small shop. So far I have considered the much smaller Bosch 4000-09 as an alternative. It seems as though I would outgrow the small table size quickly. Most of my current projects are home remodeling and small scale however, I would like the option of larger more accurate work as my skills improve.

    Any thoughts or suggestion would be greatly appreciated.

  • #2
    Re: TS 3650 Specifications +

    Gh,

    Here are some more detailed Specs copied from Home Depot's website:

    Brand RIDGIDModel # TS3650
    Amperage 13 Amps
    Arbor Size 5/8 In.
    Assembled Depth (In Inches) 43.3 In.
    Assembled Height (In Inches) 18.5 In.
    Assembled Weight (In LBS) 274
    Assembled Width (In Inches) 30.3
    Blade Diameter (In.) 10
    Blade Material: Carbide Tipped
    Blade Tilt Side Left
    Blade Speed (RPMs) 3450 RPMs
    Cord Length (Ft.) 9 Ft.
    Cord Length(In.) 108 In.
    Cord Type 3 Prong Grounded
    Depth 3.38
    Depth Control Adjustable
    Dust Chute Yes
    Dust Collection Yes
    Horsepower 1.5 HP
    Maximum Depth of Cut at 45 Degrees 2.25 In.
    Maximum Depth of Cut at 90 Degrees 3.375 In.
    Motor Bearings: Steel
    Rip Capacity - Left (In.) 12 In.
    Rip Capacity - Right (In.) 36 In.
    Speed (RPM) 3450 RPM
    Table height From Floor (In.) 36 In.
    Voltage 120/240 Volts
    Warranty (Parts) 90-Day Satisfaction
    3 Yr Limited Service
    Weight(Lbs.) 287 Lbs.
    Width (In.) 30.31

    Hope this helps some.

    --JMD
    Last edited by judsond; 02-18-2007, 12:20 AM.

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    • #3
      Re: TS 3650 Specifications +

      Thank You JMD. The timely reply is very useful as I try to determine if I have enough room for this tool.

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      • #4
        Re: TS 3650 Specifications +

        i dont want it now that i know it is only 18 1/2" tall.



        lol, i know it is taller with the stand i am just tring to make a point
        9/11/01, never forget.

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        • #5
          Re: TS 3650 Specifications +

          ahhhh i see it near tha bottom that the stand is 36". i guess i jumped the gun on that one, sorry
          9/11/01, never forget.

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          • #6
            Re: TS 3650 Specifications +

            If space is a concern, you might consider one of the hybrids. They have a full size cast iron table area that use an internally mounted belt drive induction motor that typically saves over a foot of depth compared to a contractor saw with an outboard motor. Typically much better suited for finewoodworking than most of the smaller jobsite type portables with universal motors too, and you'll be far less likely to outgrow one.

            General International has the GI-50-090 that's a unique cast iron full size "portable". More traditional hybrids are the Jet 708100, Craftsman 22114, Delta 36-715, and Hitachi has a C10-FL. All can be placed on a mobile base and should serve you well for decades. Most are at or below your price range, sale prices bring the others within range.

            http://www.general.ca/pagemach/machines/50090a.html
            http://www.sears.com/sr/javasr/produ...id=00999956000
            http://www.sears.com/sr/javasr/produ...TOOL&ihtoken=1
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            Last edited by hewood; 02-18-2007, 08:45 PM.

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            • #7
              Re: TS 3650 Specifications +

              "...It seems as though I would outgrow the small table size quickly. "


              Outgrowing a small saw is a common occurrence. A bigger saw is the way to go if you can squeeze one in.

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