|Item Weight||4.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15 x 9 x 3 inches|
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|Item model number||DW890|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 Year Full Warranty|
|National Stock Number||5130-00-595-9734|
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DEWALT DW890 18 Gauge Swivel Head Shear
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- Powerful, 5.0 Amp, all ball-bearing motor for long life
- Head swivels 360 degree for cutting convenience
- Cuts 7/32-inch strip which continuously curls out of cutting area for clear line of sight
- Variable speed dial allows user to vary speed for specific materials and various applications (100-350 spm)
- Cuts radius of 5-1/2-inch and larger
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From the Manufacturer
- Powerful 5 amp, all-ball-bearing motor for long life
- Head swivels 360 degrees for cutting convenience
- Cuts 7/32-inch strip, which continuously curls out of cutting area for clear line of sight
- Variable speed permits cutting metals of a wide variety of thickness
- Cuts radius of 5-1/2 inches and larger
- Amps: 5 amps
- Max. watts out: 470 watts
- Strokes per minute: 0 to 2,500 spm
- Capacity (mild steel): 18 gauge
- Capacity (stainless steel): 20 gauge
- Tool length: 9.125 inches
- Tool weight: 5 lbs.
This DeWalt high-performance industrial tool comes with a warranty package that includes:
30-day, no-risk satisfaction guarantee
One-year free service contract
Top Customer Reviews
The dual cutting action (on both sides) really limits the warpage, which is great. On pieces smaller than 2" wide, the warpage is practically non-existant, and _much_ reduced from my Bosch single action shear. The only problem with the dual cutting action is that it is more difficult to make an inside corner cut. I think I will keep both a single and dual action shear on hand for this reason.
It is more difficult to cut in a curve. It seems to hang up more when I do this, but most likely it's just me getting used to the angle they prefer, etc.
It cuts thick aluminum like butter, but has a harder time making curves in the thicker stuff.
Overall though, they are very solid and make cutting metal something very easy Vs. hand powered shears. I wouldn't go back!
Moeller from Nebr.
I like that the Dewalt has a trigger that can be locked on allowing the tool to be held in different ways.
The very similar 'Kett' tool does not have a trigger lock.
I wish that the cord came out of the top of the motor, keeping it away from the cut metal. (Are you listening Dewalt?)
It's remarkable how smoothly this shear slices through sheet metal at low speed once you get the angle just right.
Don't expect it to cut through anything thick like the four layer joint of a spiral wound duct section unless the total thickness is the equivalent of 18 gauge or less.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Purchased this to do an FRP panel installation job. It worked great.Published 2 months ago by David A. Hamel
Tool shreds through sheetmetal like the hottest of knives through butter!Published 5 months ago by Blake Stiller