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DEWALT DW735 13-Inch, Two Speed Thickness Planer

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  • Powerful 15-AMP, 20,000 RPM motor (10,000 RPM cutterhead speed) handles larger cuts in wider materials with ease
  • Three knife cutter-head delivers 30-percent longer knife life and makes knife change faster and easier
  • Two speed gear box allows users to change feed speed to optimizing cuts per inch at 96 or 179 CPI
  • Fan-assisted chip ejection vacuums chips off of the cutter-head and exhausts them out of the machine
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Technical Details
Part Number DW735
Item Weight90 pounds
Product Dimensions24 x 22 x 18.8 inches
OriginTaiwan
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Item model numberDW735
Size1
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Power Sourcecorded-electric
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description3 Year Limited
  
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ASINB0000CCXU8
Best Sellers Rank #115,148 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight90 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableAugust 19, 2003
  
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The DEWALT DW735 features a three-knife cutterhead and a powerful 15 amp motor that delivers 10,000 rpm. It offers quick, accurate depth adjustment and the convenience of knives that are both reversible and disposable. This fully featured portable planer makes it easy to create clean custom stock.

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DW735 13-Inch Three Knife Two Speed Thickness Planer
At a Glance:
  • Powerful 15 amp motor

  • Three-knife cutterhead operates at 10,000 rpm

  • Dual speed allows 96 or 179 cuts per inch for fine finishes

  • Disposable, reversible knives are long lasting and easy to change

  • 1/8-inch maximum cut depth; 6-inch depth capacity; 13-inch width capacity

  • Three-year limited warranty, one-year free service, 90-day money-back guarantee
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DEWALT DW735

15 amp motor operates at 10,000 rpm.
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DEWALT DW735

Dual-speed gear box is ideal for dimensioning and finishing work.
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Powerful 15 Amp Motor for Clean Cuts
Benchtop planers are a long-term investment that allow you to save money over time by buying rough stock and dimensioning it yourself. They also make creating custom materials easier, which, in turn, makes getting great results easier.

The DW735 13-Inch Planer's powerful 15 amp motor can handle deep cuts in tough hardwoods. Its three-knife cutterhead and two-speed gearbox deliver 96 or 179 cuts per inch (cpi). Use 96 cpi when dimensioning material and 179 cpi for a finer finish.

Reversible, Disposable Knives for Convenience
The DEWALT DW734 uses razor sharp knives that are reversible and disposable. These knives last 30 percent longer than traditional disposable knives, helping you avoid costly and time-consuming resharpening.

For fast, easy, one-tool knife changes, a set of pins machined on the cutter-head goes through holes machined on the knife. This helps you quickly locate the fresh knife and refasten the knife clamp.

Large Capacity and Easy, Accurate Depth Adjustment
This planer's extra-long infeed and outfeed tables provide 33-1/2 inches of material support. A turret depth stop saves you time when setting the machine at commonly used depths.

In addition, the planer's material-removal gauge and extra-large thickness scale help ensure every pass is accurate. A four-column carriage lock drastically reduces the movement that causes material damage, or snipe, when planning near the end of a board.

This sturdy planer weighs 80 pounds. It offers a maximum cut depth of 1/8 inch, a depth capacity of 6 inches, and a width capacity of 12-1/2 inches.

Fan-Assisted Chip Ejection for Dust Management
The DW735 features a Fan-Assisted Chip Ejection System with a motorized fan that breaks down debris as it leaves the cutterhead and blows it into one of the two dust shrouds (included). One shroud disperses the chips down onto the shop floor while the other provides a connection for a vacuum hose or dust-collector hose.

This sturdy planer weighs 92 pounds. It offers a maximum cut depth of 1/8 inch, a depth capacity of 6 inches, and a width capacity of 13 inches.

The DW735 13-Inch Thickness Two-Speed Planer with Three-Knife Cutterhead also comes with a DEWALT warranty package that includes a three-year limited warranty, a one-year free service contract, and a 90-day money-back guarantee.

What's in the Box
DW735 DEWALT 13-Inch Thickness Two-Speed Planer with Three-Knife Cutterhead, dust-hose adapter, and dust-ejection chute.


DEWALT DW735
The DW735 planer allows for fast, easy, one-tool knife changes.

From the Manufacturer

The DEWALT DW735X 13-Inch, Three Knife, Two Speed Thickness Planer has a powerful 15 AMP, 20,000 RPM motor (10,000 RPM cutterhead speed) that handles larger cuts in wider materials with ease. The three knife cutter-head delivers 30% longer knife life and makes knife change faster and easier. The two speed gear box allows users to change feed speed to optimizing cuts per inch at 96 or 179 CPI. It has a fan-assisted chip ejection that vacuums chips off of the cutter-head and exhausts them out of the machine. With a 19-3/4" cast aluminum base it is 2X more rigid than a standard 10" base and folding tables. The automatic carriage lock reduces the movement that causes snipe without the need for manual engagement by the user. It also has a material removal gauge and extra-large thickness scale that deliver accurate cuts with every pass. The extra-large turret depth stop allows users to return to most frequently used thicknesses with ease. Includes infeed and outfeed tables and an extra set of knives.

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Customer Reviews

Save your money and buy something else from the start.
D. Behr
I called Dewalt about the problem and was told they had never heard of the problem.
Conrad L. Weaver
The blades wear out extremely quickly and are expensive to replace.
pdxwaker

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

232 of 244 people found the following review helpful By "mjtripper" on September 15, 2003
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This is the first planer I have ever owned or used so I don't have anything for comparison but I like it so far. Out of the box you attach the hand crank and the dust attachment and you are ready to go. There are two dust attachments one to attach a 4" hose and another (diffuser maybe?) for no hose attachment. The directions are pretty well written and easy to follow. All the adjustments and work on the unit can be done with the one included tool that drops into a holder on the top. All the controls work great and are easy to operate.
First let me say again this is the first time I have ever used a planer so a lot (okay, probably all :) of the snipe I got was user error. The more boards I put through the less snipe I got. It took a little playing around with and reading to learn the correct technique for moving stock through so I did get snipe on the first bunch of passes on stock, more frequently on the end of the boards then on the front. Most of what I put through was between 3 and 6 inches wide and 2-5 feet long. I did put a couple wider ones in just to see how it handled it. On a 14in long 11in wide hard maple glue up I took off 1/16th per pass and got no snipe or tearout. Then I put through a 10in wide 4ft long oak board and did get snipe on the end but not the start. I still think it's technique because it didn't do it on every pass and when taking off 1/32 I didn't get it at all. The folding tables aren't out yet, but they will probably help even more. I'm pretty convinced once I get the proper technique down I won't get snipe anymore. I'm getting more and more snipe free boards.
I can't say anything bad about the surfaces. I have had zero tearout and ultra smooth surfaces on everything I have put in no matter what I do.
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275 of 292 people found the following review helpful By Tinkererguy on February 15, 2005
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Being a part-time tool designer for woodturning, and a former machinist, I appreciate good tools & designs. I've used the 735 with a friend making various woodworking projects. The DeWalt 735 looked like a great design, with innovative vacuum-assist using the planer knives for an impeller-like suction. But shortly into the project, the knives quickly showed wear and the planer made much more noise than it did when the blades were untouched by the softwood we were planing. I've done a lot of planing, and have owned other brands of machines & knew there were serious problems with these blades. When I inspected the blades, I immediately noticed they were very thin with too much backrake in the edge, which probably caused premature breakage due to unsupported steel at the cutting edge. There is the probability of setting up vibrations in the thin metal further causing additional stresses on the steel, and may be a reason the machine is much louder than other brands of planers (try taking a razor blade and hack away at hardwood and see what happens.). Shortly after that, the sproket in the drive system broke. Another closer inspection revealed a very weak, low density casting with poor mechanical design & strength, especially where the keyway was broached into the already weak metal. A second replacement sproket broke in the same place, relative to the first one, further indicating a design flaw, and another set of knives went dull prematurely ( I was hoping that the first set of knives had a metallurgical flaw, were embrittled, or some other fluke). I measured the depth of cut on the 6" wide softwood board, and it was only .050" ---less than 1/16"!! There is no easy way to re-machine the knife holder to accept better knives, say from a Makita or other brand of machine.Read more ›
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180 of 192 people found the following review helpful By A. Morgan on October 31, 2003
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My only two complaints are 1) the knives don't seem to last very long and replacements are farily expensive for how long they last. I ran about25 feed of soft maple through the planer and it looked great, but then I started seeing little ridges on the boards. I took the blades out and looked at them to see if they are chipped, but they looked fine. Reinstalled them and tried again, same results. I turned the blades over (they are two sided which is nice) and every thing looked great again. This time I was very careful to make sure there wasn't anything on the wood that could cause a problem, but again after 20-30 feet fo board, the little ridges started showing up again. I'm not sure I'm going to be able to afford new blades every 30 feet of boards. 2) The output chute is slightly undersized for the 2 1/2 inch hose on my shop vac. The manual doesn't recommend using a shop vac because it fills up so fast, but that's all I have and I'd rather empty it more often than have chips all over the floor. I ended up breaking one of my hoses and jaming it into the output chute and it worked fine, but it would have been better if it had just fit right from the beginning. Not too big of a deal because I don't use the planer that much and I'm planning to upgrade to a dust collection system soon.
By the way, changing the blades is as simple as it could be. Everything is accessable and the supplied tool even has a magnet in the handle to pick up the blade so you don't get cut. Nice touch.
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63 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Kevin M. Campbell on January 10, 2006
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I purchased my DW735 as a quicky (read: impulsive) replacement for a Jet JWP12 that died in the middle of a job. (The poly belt broke.) Uncharacteristically, I didn't research the tool before buying. I should have. Although the planer is satisfactory, the knives are not. I planed about 80 lineal feet (yes, JUST 80 feet!) of antique white oak 1x6s before suddenly finding the blades too dull for the feed rollers to overcome the resistance. This occurred suddenly...within the span of three boards! Going along just fine in the "dimensioning" mode when the feed became slower and slower until finally, the boards quit feeding. The dull knives offered too much resistance. I cleaned the feed rollers with acetone, thinking there was contamination causing them to lose friction. This helped for one board, then the feeding stopped again. These boards were salvaged church kneelers from 1900. I had rough planed them of old varnish and grit to clean wood with a DW675 power hand planer and then ran them through the DW735 to true and thickness to 3/4". Surprised and annoyed, I flipped the knives and continued with the project. I surfaced another 50 linear feet without incident. A few days later, I start another job that required surface planing some 2x10 Select structural Doug fir. These were new clean planks. I managed to surface two sides of one plank before the feed stopped again. Cleaning the rollers had no effect. The blades were SHOT! I tried just a very shallow pass (the material removal gauge didn't even register that material would be removed, but failed halfway through when the planer kicked out a 20 amp dedicated breaker. Cranked up the planer head and removed the plank. The resultant stopped cut was barely perceptible, perhaps less than 1/64th of an inch. Hardly a heavy cut!Read more ›
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