DeWalt DWE7491RS Vs Bosch 4100-10 Review

Two well-known brands come under our microscope today, as we have a deeper look into the DeWalt DWE7491RS and the Bosch 4100-10.

For those who are still deciding upon which table saw is best for you, here we provide the features of both models, and how they will be beneficial to you and your projects.

Short for time? Read through our quick overview below:

  • Both models inclusive of significant upgrades than predecessors
  • DeWalt DWE7491RS includes a 4,800RPM motor, 32” rip capacity
  • Bosch 4100-10 includes a 3,650 RPM motor, 25” rip capacity
  • Both models are made for portability, perfect for moving between job sites
  • 10” blades inclusive on both models

A Background Of The DeWalt & Bosch Table Saw

DeWalt and Bosch are heavy hitters within the power tools industry, with both brands needing no introduction.

The addition of DeWalt’s DWE7491RS & Bosch’s 4100-10 provides woodworkers with more options in an industry saturated with table saws that differ in price, quality and durability.

Why Are We Comparing These Table Saws In Particular?

Both the DeWalt DWE7491RS and the Bosch 4100-10 are table saws classed as, ‘jobsite’, table saws. These class of table saws are built for easy portability between jobsites (where the name derives from) and include designs built for durability, power and also safety.

The DeWalt DWE7491RS and the Bosch 4100-10 may look similar upon first glance, however, don’t read the title without glancing through the contents.

Both provide portability and are a significant upgrade to both predecessors, which we discuss at length in this review. The two models of table saws are ideal for those looking for portability, with wheeled stand features in both.

What Is The DeWalt DWE7491RS & The Bosch 4100-10?

Both table saws are successors to models which have gained a lot of praise within the woodworking industry.  

The DWE7491RS is Dewalt’s follow up to their 744/745 series of table saws. The new model includes an impressive rip capacity upgrade of 32”.

Bosch’s 4100-10 is the successor to the 4100-09. The 4100-10 introduces a light-weight design, which is specifically curated for those requiring portability from site to site.

With these additions, both DeWalt and Bosch look to target hobbyists and professionals alike, focusing upon the portability aspect whilst not compromising the power features.

What Are Some Good Projects For These Table Saws?

Users of the DWE7491RS and Bosch 4100-10 apply these table saws in an array of different projects and work which include:

  • General woodworking
  • DIY renovations
  • Home building and improvements
  • Contracting work
  • Furniture building
  • Residential and construction projects

In Detail: The DeWalt DWE7491RS Table Saw

In what is an impressive successor, the DWE7491RS boasts a newly-improved and powerful motor and also features a design made with portability and power in mind. And perhaps the most impressive feature of the bunch – a 32” rip capacity.

Specifications

  • 15 amps
  • 120volts
  • 4,800RPM (no load)
  • ⅝” Arbor
  • 10” blade
  • 32 ½” rip capacity
  • Dimensions: 31” x 24.5” x 31”
  • Max Depth of cut at 45° 2-¼”
  • Max Depth of cut at 90° 3-⅛”
  • 110lbs total weight

Features & 32 ½” Rip Capacity

One of the features in which the DWE7491RS boasts is a powerful motor.

The DWE7491RS includes a 4,800RPM motor, which is an increase in the 3,850RPM motor of previous models. This allows for those tougher, larger cuts to be ripped through with ease.

The 10” inclusive blade is standard for table saws on the market. Unlike other DeWalt models, however, the DWE7491RS accepts up to 8” dado blades.

Blades and power aside, one of the favored features of this DeWalt model is the extraordinary rip capacity this table saw has. At 32”, it is one of the largest to work with that are currently on the market.

Paired with its’ impressive motor, the 32” rip capacity allows for enough space and movement on the table, as well as the ability to powerfully cut through most woods when are placed under the blade.

With the inclusion of 2” dust collection port, a vacuum can be attached to the port to help clean any potential messes and dust shrouding of your working area.

The ease of portability is another feature which cannot be overlooked. The DWE7491RS contains a rolling stand, which can also be removed from its’ base.

The stand can be adjusted to fit in a majority of vehicles, proving that DeWalt are really looking to attract professional contractors without restricting power.

In Detail: The Bosch 4100-10 Table Saw

The Bosch 4100-10 includes a number of upgraded features when compared to the 4100-09. One of the main differences of models is the 24-tooth blade, rather than the 40-tooth blade of the 4100-09.

The omission of 16 teeth upon the blade focuses purely upon the portable and rip-cutting ability of the 4100-10. Bosch has outlined the 24 tooth blade to assist woodworkers in cutting through lumber, a common application for table saws that are inclusive of portability features.

Specifications

  • 15 amps
  • 120volts
  • 3,650 RPM (no load)
  • ⅝” Arbor
  • 10” Blade
  • 25” rip capacity
  • Dimensions: 30.35” x 47” x 35.5”
  • Max Depth of cut at 45° 2-½”
  • Max Depth of cut at 90° 3-⅛”
  • 92lbs total weight

Features, Soft-Start Circuitry & Constant Response

The Bosch 4100-10 includes a number of impressive features. The 4100-10 comes with a 10” industry standard blade, and a motor which boasts 3,650RPM, which is perfect for both woodworking amateurs and the seasoned veteran.

At a maximum of 4-HP, the 4100-10 includes an impressive feature in the soft-start circuitry.

What’s this, exactly? This allows for a swift ramp-up in the operating speed, giving the ability to manage the intensity of the motor.

This minimizes the possibility of tripping a circuit breaker, and also includes a feature known as “Constant Response”. Constant Response assists the user in maintaining speed under stressful loads and provides protection in the situation of an overload.

A lighter version than that of its’ predecessor, the 4100-10 includes a Gravity-Rise Wheeled stand, which promotes mobility from site-to-site. This table saw includes a collapsible stand, giving you the ability to adjust the height to your preferred requirements.

This is a premier quality when looking at your work from an ergonomic point of view, as the adjustable stand can assist in preventing strains or lower back injuries which may occur from repetitive movements over a long session.

Lastly, another feature of the 4100-10 is the Smart Guard System. Inclusive of a riving knife and anti-kickback pawls, this feature focuses upon safety. The blade guard is also transparent, allowing you a clear line of sight to the blade.

This assists in a more precise and accurate cut, and also the assurance of having protection between both blade and your finger.

What Do We Think? My Recommendation

With both the DWE7491RS and the 4100-100 made specifically with job sites in mind, it’s definitely safe to say that this is not the only setting in which both table saws can be effective.

The DWE7491RS is more powerful than its’ previous DeWalt models, with a motor of 4,800RPM. Compared to the Bosch 4100-10 motor of 3,650RPM, the DeWalt model outstrips the Bosch by a fair distance in the power department.

This also includes the rip capacity, in which DeWalt has increased their capacity to 32”, a figure unseen in many models that you can purchase. The Bosch 4100-10 has a rip capacity of 25”, which is impressive in standards, however, like the motor – is outweighed by the DWE7491RS.

Speaking of weight – Bosch stands as the favorite here. A lighter model (which is also lighter than the 4100-09), the 4100-10 weighs in at 92lbs to that of the 110lbs in which the DWE7491RS weighs.

Weights aside, both models of table saws are built with transit in mind, with a wheeled stand providing the capacity of working in many different settings. This is perfect for any job site related debris you may encounter, in which both portable table saws will easily be able to run over.

If you’re deciding between the two – it’s a difficult decision as both table saws have an important set of features and are built with similar people and jobs in mind.

The DeWalt DWE7491RS just pips the Bosch 4100-10 in its’ power and rip capacity, yet the Bosch 4100-10 is also a powerful table saw that slightly tops the DeWalt in the portability and adjustable attributes.

Whether it’s the DeWalt DW37491RS or the Bosch 4100-10 you end up deciding to buy, it’s safe to say that whatever the model, you will not be disappointed.

What do you think of both models? Is there a feature you love that you’d like to share? Leave your comments below.

James Thomas

James Thomas

Tool Enthusiast

8 thoughts on “DeWalt DWE7491RS Vs Bosch 4100-10 Review”

  1. Hello,
    Can you tell me if the Bosch also comes off the stand like the Dewalt.
    Probably do this task of removing daily. So would you comment on one being an easier feat. Assuming you answer yes that the Bosch separates.
    Thanks for information and your article.
    RJ

    1. Hi RJ,

      Personally, I honestly like the Bosch 4100-10 – but it’s honestly a personal preference. Both are great units and you can’t go wrong with either. And you are correct, it does separate from the stand 🙂

      Cheers,
      James

  2. I came here looking for thoughts on both saws, as I’m in the market for one after my old Delta bench saw died. I see that Bosch released an updated model this year, the 4100XC-10. In addition to restart protection (in case a breaker does get tripped), the rip capacity has been expanded to 30 inches. Both are the same price and for me it may just come down to availability. I can’t find the Dewalt locally in stock.

    1. Hey Scott,

      Thanks for dropping by. I personally haven’t had the chance to look at the new Bosch 4100XC-10. I really do like my Bosch Table Saws though! I’ll have to do some digging and check out the newer model, especially with the upgraded features you mentioned. Extra rip capacity is always a good thing to hear. Currently, due to the changes in the world, stock is hard to come by for many things, unfortunately. Let’s hope stock will become available soon with life to move on forward 🙂

      Cheers,
      James

  3. Thanks for putting together this article I appreciate your ability to bring all this information together in one place. I’m currently deciding between these two options as a first table saw for my contracting business and this helped me understand the main differences. I own all Dewalt tools so far and I felt like the 7491 would be the better option however my local hardware store doesn’t carry them and can’t order them in either. Slightly disappointing but I’d also rather support a local store than buy from the big box store in “town” unless I absolutely have to. The rip capacity isn’t something that will be a make or break buying feature for me and I’m sure my back would appreciate loading and unloading the lighter Bosch table saw. I did see the Dewalt saw listed at 94 lbs on another site, might have been Home Depot, also the Dewalt was marked down to $699 from $850 to match the Bosch. Thanks again and hope you have a great day!

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