You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. As it’s inherent in our woodworking minds to over-analyze nearly every detail of a machine prior to making a large purchase, I found myself with very few (if any) non-biased reviews of Baileigh’s new woodworking lineup. The saw arrived very well packaged, bolted to a skid, and no apparent damage to any components. Other pros are the solid metal adjustment wheels which are very smooth to operate, and feature a locking insert for you to dial in and lock a certain measurement for repeatable cuts. Probably the most important feature to buyers in the market for a professional saw is the table top (and maybe the motor).
When you weigh all of these things together and consider the engineering that Baileigh put into this machine (and others in their woodworking lineup), it becomes apparent that these are first class machines. At first glance, the machines have a tremendous “fit & finish” and claim to offer comparable tech-specs to machines that fetch a much higher price tag. One thing I immediately appreciated when unpacking the machine was that Baileigh wrapped all major components in oil paper rather than coating the cast iron and metal in oil and leaving you to clean it off. Being in the industrial distribution field myself, I can attest that Leeson make a superior motor in comparison to others. The adjustment wheels around surrounded by bristles to keep as much dust inside the cabinet as possible – this may seem minor but it’s hard to believe not all saws feature that.
This machine has a beautiful finish to the cast iron top and there are virtually zero mill marks on the glass smooth surface (only in the miter channels but this is normal).
Because of the 3hp Leeson motor that can be run on 220 volt single phase power and turns at 4300 rpm. I wanted to see if this was in fact true and after diligent research on comps and several calls in to Baileighs technicians to confirm small details, I took the plunge.

I don’t like to comment on other manufacturers because many other companies make fine saws and motors, however I believe this combination here is vastly superior and more importantly doesn’t break the bank.
The dust collection is what you would expect from a closed-based saw and you definitely need a collection system as without it too much dust remains on your work surface. The T-Bar style rip fence is very smooth and slick on both sides, and can be dialed in perfectly using the keys (supplied) to adjust the nylon runners. While it is something to consider, you should really focus on what type of work you like to do and what requirements you have of your machine. Now like many of you, I was leery that Baileigh had priced themselves a bit high on this saw.
The saw comes with a very nice quick-release riving knife and blade guard system that pop in and out easily. When locked down with the cam-lock handle, I got zero deflection on my fence while ripping heavy stock.
With this TS-1040P-30, pricing concerns will quickly diminish with you see how it’s justified. Other cabinet saws are available for less money, however, when you look beyond the lipstick, it’s the components you rarely see that define a saws quality. The blade that comes with the saw is a suitable general purpose blade for ripping rough stock and other tasks. I would never look at a saw that doesn’t have a quick-release feature as that would discourage use of these safety tools. And lastly, as I’ve gone on too long with this review, the miter gauge that comes with this saw as on par or better than many after market units.
With all of the extra attention to detail and the standard accessories, you’d be hard pressed to find a better saw package.

I am here to assure you that this machine blew away my expectations that I’ll delve into below. I really like the cast aluminum miter gauge with built t-tracks for securing jigs, the presets for cutting common angles, the right edge of the miter fence has been machined off at a 45 to allow you as close to the blade as possible when tilted left to 45 while still providing support to your work piece. The miter fence also features a flip-stop for making repeated cuts, and the fence can slide laterally on the base to accommodate unusual cuts or larger work pieces. By that I mean I wanted to buy the saw that I knew would suit my woodworking needs and both now and in the future and do so without any compromise. While removing the top, be careful not to lose the metal corner shims that help level and stabilize the top. It’s the small details like these metal shims that Baileigh has engineered to help level and stabilize the top that give you the best experience. With the top off, you’ll notice the massive cast iron trunnions and permanently sealed bearings which are purposely spaced as far apart as possible for equal weighting and to reduce vibration. The problem is this lends to less rigidity and more vibration with the housing and arbor assembly. With this dovetail system, you arbor assembly travels on a geared rack which is extremely solid. Turning the machine on is simple, and vibration is near non-existent; just try the nickel test – it will stay put as long as the saw runs.

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