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Bosch TC10 Wet Tile & Stone Saw Review

Ethan
November 15, 2012 | by Ethan (email) |

In June of this year Bosch unveiled the new TC10 Wet Tile and Stone Saw and folding stand, and this saw marks Bosch’s first foray into the wet saw market. About a month ago I gave you an initial look at the TC10 with the promise of a full-on review. Here at OPC we like to get tools out in the field before passing judgement, and Jim and Rich from Diamond Tile were kind enough to test it out for us. Jim and Rich are professional tile installers and each have over 27 years experience so I was very interested to get their opinion on the TC10.

Setup

Setting up the TC10 at the job site was very simple. The body of the saw rests on the stand, and the three collection trays slid into place. The extension hooks onto the side of the table, and there’s a release lever on the underside to free the table. The weight of the saw is on par with other professional tile saws, and Jim and Rich typically remove the table to make it easier to clean and carry. That extra step requires removing one screw, and it’s quickly done.

The tray holds about a little under 5 gallons which makes it easy to fill and empty with a 5 gallon bucket. Most tile saw trays are plastic and so is the tray on the TC10. Manufacturers chose plastic to keep the weight down. However, Jim and Rich have seen the trays crack from extreme cold (not from water freezing in the tray).

Overspray Deflectors and Run-Off Collection Trays

The first thing Jim and Rich noticed about the TC10 was the run-off trays and overspray deflectors behind the blade. The guys typically setup a tarp underneath the saw and plastic sheeting over nearby walls. The trays and deflectors eliminated the need for protection on the walls, and that is a great time-saver. Jim and Rich said that a lot of tile saws don’t include the side run-off tray, and that leads to a lot of water on the ground. They’re glad to see it on the TC10.

Sliding Work Table

The guys have been using a Target brand tile saw (no, not the Walmart retail competitor), and it included a sliding table too. The difference is that the TC10 table is much smoother, and it’s not just because the saw hasn’t seen much use. Bosch incorporated 4 sealed ball bearing casters that ride on stainless steel rails. The guys found the table to be really useful for straight cuts, odd angles and even just to steady the workpiece while they hold it.

A limitation with this style of saw is the clearance between the blade and the arm. Jim and Rich are seeing more homeowners request bigger tiles, and to make cuts it sometimes means awkwardly flipping the tile around. The guys previous saw had about 9″ of clearance while the TC10 provides roughly 13″ of clearance. That’s important because the TC10 can handle a wider range of cuts even on big, 24″ tile.

The table extension is another welcome feature. Porcelain tile is much heavier, and it tends to chip near the end of a cut. The best way to avoid chipped tiles is to make sure the entire work piece is fully supported, and that’s what the table extension provides.

Powerful 1.5 HP Motor

Horsepower is an easy differentiator amongst tile saws, and you’ll notice the more heavy-duty tile saws feature at least 1.5 HP. The TC10 hits that mark with a 1.5 HP and 4200 RPM motor which can power through porcelain, granite, and other dense materials.

Adjustable Plunge Cutting

Plunge cuts are necessary to work around fixtures like shower controls, and typically Jim or Rich would go outside with a small grinder because of all the dust. The TC10 is a great time-saver for the guys because now they can make plunge cuts inside and without the need for a separate tool.

Cleanup

Easy cleanup is another important consideration for Jim and Rich. The TC10 tray slides out for draining, and the wide channels on the table make it easier to remove bits and pieces of tile.

Price

I asked the guys how much they would pay for a saw and stand like this, and they expected something in the $1200 – $1500 price range. They were really surprised to learn that the saw with stand retails for only $1049.

Final Thoughts

Jim and Rich said that Bosch got a lot of things right about this tile saw, and they’re really pleased with the performance. The price is lower than they expected, and the Bosch TC10 is a great option for professional tile installers. When I asked if there was anything they’d change, the guys said an integrated work light near the blade would be useful because a lot of locations don’t have good lighting and sometimes it’s tough to see lines.

Sours: https://www.oneprojectcloser.com/bosch-tc10-wet-tile-stone-saw-review/

Bosch TC10-7 10 in. 15 Amp. Wet Tile and Stone Saw with Stand

Features

Bosch TC10-7 10 in. 15 Amp. Wet Tile and Stone Saw with Stand Features

  • Expanded Rear and Side Water Collection & Run-Off Trays-Prevents over-spray, optimizes water retention
  • Large Table Work Surface -Better work piece balance and control, especially large dimension tile
  • 24" Maximum Rip Capacity and 18" Diagonal Cut Capacity-For professional tile and stone applications
  • Quick head bevel adjustment to 225 and 45-For on-site angle cuts
  • Stable, smooth and consistent sliding table travel-Rubberized work table, stainless steel rails, sealed ball bearing casters
  • Rear over-spray deflector-Reduce over-spray and keep water within the tool
  • Tool free blade guard and arbor lock-Quick and easy blade access and one-wrench blade changes
  • Integrated and removable main water tray with drain plug and designated pump retainer-Quickly slides out to drain water or clean
  • Quick-adjust edge guide with detents at 225 and 45 angles
  • Adjustable Head Plunge Capability-For outlet and vent register cutouts
  • 1.4 HP and 4200 RPM Motor-for cutting porcelain and stone
  • Durable cast aluminum base and arm-Maximum durability on and off the job site
Sours: https://www.dynamitetoolco.com/bosch-tc10-7-10-in-15-amp-wet-tile-and-stone-saw-with-stand-bos-tc10-7-2670.html
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As a longtime player in every other aspect of professional building and installation tools, it should come as no big surprise that Bosch introduced a wet saw for cutting tile and thin stone. This Bosch TC10 tile saw review looks at this 10-inch blade saw and sees if it can compete with the best full-size professional tile saws on the market.


Instead of building a new saw from the ground up, Bosch chose to adapt a well-liked saw design for the TC10 that had been introduced several years ago and is still sold in the US and Europe under different brand names. Manufactured in concert with a partner tool company in a co-owned factory, Bosch has had a hand in the making of this saw since its inception.

To further the design of the TC 10 beyond previous versions and make it truly their own, Bosch made a few modifications intended to serve their pro users better. They ditched the laser line guide and LED work light mounted under the motor housing and tweaked the plunge cut handle attached above. Bosch also added side drip trays, in addition to raising the end of the existing rear tray to catch water spray more effectively. They also added a slightly larger rolling table extension but removed the fence on the extension. We appreciated most of Bosch’s efforts here but took exception with this last little detail.

Out of the Box

With 27 inches between the blade in its lowest position and table’s fence, the Bosch TC10 tile saw can easily handle 24-inch tiles on straight cuts and 18-inch tiles diagonally. Like other saws with a 24-inch tile capacity, this tool requires a lot of floor space, especially once all the drip trays have been attached. The overall length from front to back is just over five feet at full extension, and the overall width is almost three feet. Its large footprint could keep you from fitting it in a smaller-sized bathroom during a remodel.

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I measured the accuracy of the saw components as set by the factory, and I was generally impressed with what I found. The inch scale on the fence of the rolling table was right on as were the 22 1/2-, 45-, and 90-degree bevel angle settings of the saw head. If the angles ever drift, there are adjustable stops for both 90 and 45 degrees. The fence stop device that clamps to the fence for making repetitive cuts had accurate inch marks, but the 45-degree setting on its protractor was a bit off.

The rolling table was very stable and moved smoothly via four grooved, horizontal ball-bearing wheels that glide on round stainless steel rails. The table travel was not precisely perpendicular to the blade but was only off about .020-inch over the length of a 24-inch tile—certainly close enough for cutting tiles set with a grout joint. If needed, the user manual contains detailed instructions for recalibrating the table to the blade.

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The easily-removable extension to the rolling table fit in its slots readily; unfortunately, even though equipped with four adjustable set screws, it proved impossible to adjust. The extension hung parallel to, but just below, the level of the table—a situation that cannot be remedied if the set screws are already back as far as they can go (as mine were). This meant that the extension didn’t offer support unless a tile was tilted down to the right slightly. When I tried to adjust the right side of the extension up (so at least its far edge would support a large tile) all of the tiny set screws refused to budge, and I ended up with four, stripped-out hex socket heads and a rounded-over hex wrench. The gap was only 1/16-inch, but it’s a bit frustrating to have no provision to fix it short of covering the entire extension with shim material or taking a file to the connections at the bottom.

Bosch TC10 Tile Saw Performance

On the job, the standout features as well as the limitations of the Bosch TC10 tile saw became apparent pretty quickly. One reason is because tile saws are relatively simple machines that are tasked with only a few things: Cut tile in a straight line without chipping, supply sufficient water to the cut, and try to contain most of that water. The other reason features and limitations were readily apparent was because it was on the job with Joe Brown, a veteran tile contractor of 40 years. He also happens to be quite a knowledgeable tool buff.

Like most tile saws with universal motors, the TC10 saw doesn’t have an automatic motor brake. And unlike most tile saws, the power cord has an integrated GFCI module to protect the saw and user in wet locations. Both features can eventually go bad and become a maintenance hassle, but it was nice to have the extra measure of electrical protection.

The diamond blade provided with the saw revealed a discernible dish when held against a straightedge. When its initial cuts showed chipping, it was replaced with a preferred blade for the duration of the testing.

Rolling Table

A saw’s table really is the heart of a tile saw. Its operation determines the accuracy and ease of use of the saw more than any other single component. The action of the Bosch table is very smooth which makes for clean, accurate cutting. It allows a maximum cut of 13-3/16 inches to the left of the blade (the clearance between the blade and saw head support arm). When using the fence stop to set your cut, however, its width only allows a maximum setting of 7-1/4 inches to the left of the blade. To the right side of the blade the maximum setting of the stop is a scant 3-1/2 inches. Since most large tiles have to be held to the right side of the table, we wished Bosch had included a fence on the table extension. Limiting the capacity of the fence stop like this makes repetitive cuts on large tiles more of a chore for the tile contractor and detracts from the experience of using this saw more than anything else we found.

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Plunge Cutting

The plunging action of the saw head works very well. The spring tension is just right, and the saw head can be easily adjusted to the desired maximum depth of cut with the attached depth stop knob and jam nut. To secure the head back down for standard cutting, the rubberized surface of the depth adjustment locking knob provides a sure grip for snug tightening. We noted there was relatively low clearance under the motor housing. The position of the saw head mounting arm in line with the front of the blade allows less room for cutting out square and curved notches in large tiles than saws designed with the mounting arm set well behind the plane of the blade.

Water Management

The Bosch TC10 tile saw does an excellent job of controlling stray water (and the tile powder it carries) which keeps the job site drier and cleaner. In fact, my tile contractor commented that the Bosch saw has the best water containment and is the cleanest product he’s ever used.

Along with a heavy, rubber wraparound splash shield mounted to the bottom of the blade guard, the curved-up design of the rear tray is a key performance feature for blocking the spray of water directly behind the blade. In addition, the generous side trays catch drips from tiles overhanging up to 16-1/2 inches to the right of blade.

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A sturdy little pump supplies adequate water for cool cutting, but its included hose isn’t long enough to dangle the pump down into a bucket of clean water if that’s how you prefer to work. The nozzles that provide water to the blade cannot be directed as close to the cut as with some other modern saws, but at least the angle that the water streams against either side of the blade from the back can be adjusted.

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Since a bucket won’t fit under either the rolling or folding stands, the water pan must be slid out several inches to drain. The pan drains down to 1-1/2 quarts, and it is stiff enough to remove and pour out the remainder without trouble. Another nice feature is the soft plug that seals well even in cold temperatures. Luckily, its chain tether means it won’t easily be lost.

Stands and Portability

A standard X-shaped folding stand (GTA10) comes with the TC10-07 saw setup. It’s certainly sturdy enough, and the adjustable feet can position the stand at either 28-1/2 or 29-3/4 inches tall. Holes in the bottom let you bolt the saw to the stand if desired, but the bolts aren’t provided. We also tested the optional collapsible rolling stand (GTA10W) that is available for an additional $190. This stand is a bit lower at 27-3/4 inches tall and the extra leaning down exacerbates the feeling of really stretching out for the saw’s long table travel. This rolling stand adds mobility while the saw is set up or while moving it onto the job. The stand carries most of the attached saw’s weight while rolling it over driveways and yards. The rubber-tired wheels aren’t very big, but they rolled across frozen ground and skied admirably through the snow during our winter testing. As you might guess, climbing stairs was not really their specialty.

Once in place on the job, you fold down the legs, tighten a locking knob, snap down the wheel brakes, and you are ready to go. Quick setup is a desirable trait in a saw. Tile contractors are all too aware that they’re not making any money until they are setting tile. The downside of this stand is that it adds considerable heft and therefore a degree of back-wrenching peril to the tasks of loading the saw into a truck and/or navigating stairs alone. The stand can be unscrewed from the saw without tools in a minute or two, but that’s time that could be spent working, so it almost never gets done.

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Wrapping It Up

After putting this saw to work on a couple of upscale custom tile jobs cutting materials from soft travertine to hard porcelain, we can say that the Bosch TC10 is truly a great saw for professional use. It performed every type of cut well, while keeping stray water in check better than most other saws. The only real disappointment with this saw was the lack of a fence on the extension table and, to a lesser degree, the inability to adjust the extension to match the exact height of the rolling table.

And if we got a chance to redesign the saw we would consider adding a second, closer position to bolt the saw head to for cutting 12-inch and smaller tiles. The reach of 30 inches or so felt like a stretch when cutting smaller tiles that don’t require long table travel.


Michael Springer is a tool tester and tool industry journalist based in Boulder County, Colo.

Thanks to Boulder, Colo. area tile contractor Joe Brown for his expert contribution to this tool test.
Joe Brown Tile, 303-651-3605

Sours: https://www.protoolreviews.com/trades/plumbing-trades/review-hands-on-with-the-bosch-tc10-tile-saw/5396/
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