|Item Weight||11.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||36 x 29.2 x 20.4 inches|
|Item model number||D24000|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||90-day money back, 1-year free service contract, 3-year limited warranty|
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DEWALT D24000 1.5-Horsepower 10-Inch Wet Tile Saw
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- able has rubber top to prevent sliding and slipping
- Only 69 pounds, allowing one person to transport it and set it up
- Huge cutting capacity, 26″ rip and 18 3/8″ diagonally
- Plunge feature allows the user to make quick plunge cuts for electrical outlets and A/C registers
- Dual water nozzles can be adjusted for optimal water placement on blade in order to minimize over-spray and mist
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|Item Dimensions||29.25 x 36 x 20.38 in||2 x 3 x 1 in||18 x 22 x 8.5 in||14.5 x 18 x 7.75 in|
|Style Name||Tile saw||Tile saw and stand||Wet tile saw||wet|
Integrated cantilevering rail/cart system allows for 24" ripping capacity, 18" tile on diagonal, stainless steel rail system is integrated into the saw frame, integrated 45/22.5 degree miter feature for quick angled cuts, plunge feature, adjustable dual water nozzles, rear and side water attachments help contain water run-off and blade spray, removable cutting cart for easy cleaning, 5 gallon water pan, edge guide with 2-position,45/90, degree guide, will cut hard materials such as porcelain and stone. Specs: 15.0Amps, blade diameter 10", max rip capacity 24" tile, diagonal cut capacity 18" tile, max depth of cut 3-1/8", pan material, ABS plastic, removable water containment tray, 34"Lx26"W(housing only), weight 69 lbs.
Whether you're a flooring specialist or a do-it-all remodeler, the DEWALT 10-Inch Wet Tile Saw delivers accurate and reliable performance to get the job done. This saw is able to rip tiles and can handle diagonal cuts. An integrated rail system helps ensure precision and an integrated miter feature allows for accurate bevel cuts. A gutsy 1.5-horsepower motor delivers the power you need to cut tough materials on the jobsite.
Make accurate tile and stone cuts with the DEWALT 10-Inch Wet Tile Saw. View larger.
Cutting tiles is tough work, but this 15 amp DEWALT saw is up to the task. Its powerful 1.5-horsepower motor allows the 10-inch diamond blade to cut cleanly and accurately through hard materials like porcelain and stone.
A generous 3-1/8-inch cut depth allows you to use this saw when cutting most V-cap tiles and pavers. A versatile plunge feature allows you to make quick plunge cuts when shaping pieces to accommodate electrical outlets, A/C registers, and more.
Integrated Rail System and Guides for Accuracy
A tile saw is an investment, and you rely on all the saw's components to stay true over time. This DEWALT saw's sturdy, stainless steel rail system is integrated right into the saw frame, ensuring the accurate cuts you need while also offering excellent durability.
The cantilevering design of this saw's rail and cart system allows for 24-inch ripping capacity. It also allows for accurate diagonal cuts when working with tiles that measure up to 18 inches making it ideal for small and large tiling projects.
A convenient miter feature is also integrated into the saw frame and offers stops at both 45 degrees and 22.5 degrees. Also, the saw's unique edge guide makes it incredibly easy to line up corner cuts.
Dual Water Nozzles and Five-Gallon Pan for Easy Setup
A wet saw keeps your saw blade and your tile cool, which is especially important for jobs that require lots of cuts or involve extra hard materials. A wet saw helps prevent excess downtime that results from waiting for blades to cool and contributes to more professional results by preventing the type of friction that can damage tools or materials.
This DEWALT saw's dual water nozzles can be adjusted to deliver optimal water placement on the blade, minimizing messy over-spray and distracting mist. Rear and side water attachments help contain water runoff and blade spray for a cleaner, easier-to-manage work space, while the saw's five-gallon, durable ABS water pan allows for quick setup and takedown.
Built to be Compact, Convenient, and Durable
Portability is essential for a tile saw, and this DEWALT fits the bill. Weighing 69 pounds with a compact frame measuring 34 by 26 inches, you can easily transport, store, and set up this saw at home or at a jobsite. And when it's time to pack up, the removable cutting cart makes cleaning this tile saw quick and easy.
This 10-inch wet tile saw 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.
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DEWALT 10-Inch Wet Tile Saw.
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Top Customer Reviews
Having done tile work for years using mostly MK brand tile saws, when this saw came on the market, its benefits were obvious. Here's an analogy. At a car show when mini-vans were still a new concept, a salesman was showing his model, which had a sliding door on one side. Next to his display was a competing mini-van with sliding doors on both sides. He knew immediately that his mini-van was an obsolete design.
Compared to this wet saw, every other model near this price point is an old-design.
1. DeWalt made this a LARGE capacity saw, but light enough for one person to carry. Although the tool is only 70 lbs., you never have to lift that much. DeWalt advertises "two trips" to transport the tool:
Trip 1: Tub (water trays, miter and table extension, stored inside) and the fold-up tool stand.
Trip 2: Saw assembly with rolling table locked in place, and water pump. (54 lbs., total).
Rather than carrying an awkwardly shaped 54 pounds, I transport the tool in three trips:
Trip 1: Saw assembly minus the pump and sliding table. (44 lbs., total.)
Trip 2: Tub (with water trays stored inside) and a 5-gallon bucket holding the water pump, table extension, and miter gauge. The water pump is supposed to be secured to a slotted "mini-table" on the saw-assembly when being transported. Instead, a quick-release connector on the water line of my saw allows removal of the 3 lb. water pump. Click on customer photos.
Trip 3: Custom made tool stand and a customer-made wooden carrying case with the 7 pound rolling table. The table has three sets of double rollers which could be damaged if it's dropped. The case protects the table when it's being stored or transported. Again, click on customer photos.
2. The team that designed the water-containment system must have been told they'd get 50 lashes if it didn't work, because it's very effective. Other large wet saws regularly spray lots of water to the front, and drip water off the sides. Consequently, they make a mess of the areas surrounding the saw. Install the forward and right drip trays on this saw and nearly all water is trapped and routed back into the tub, with only minor dripping. (The trays are not as robust as they should be, so you have to be careful not to break the tabs that hold them on.) Most water spray is actually caught at the cutting point by the excellent rubber apron on the back side of the blade guard.
There are, however, two cases where all water will not be contained. One is when the motor is tilted to cut tiles at an angle; in this case, some water will be sprayed to the left of the machine. Also, if cutting very large tiles that extend beyond the right extension tray, some water will run across the top of the tile and drip on the right side of the machine; you can stop most of this, while cutting, by skimming your hand on that tile to scoop the water back into a tray.
3. This saw does plunge cuts; e.g., for electrical outlets or registers. Without this feature, about the only way to cut a square in the middle of a large tile was to use a portable (e.g., 4.5") wet saw. With this DeWalt, loosen the plunge lock, align the tile under the blade, and lower the blade as it cuts. Do this four times, once per side of the square/rectangle, on each side of the tile, and you've got a clean hole.
4. Powerful direct drive motor. It's very loud, so use ear protectors on every cut. DeWalt made it 15 amps, probably so it can be plugged into any 110v outlet without blowing a breaker. Direct drive means there are no gears to wear out, which is why my previous wet saw died.
5. Huge capacity for a saw in this price range and weight. 24 inch rip and 18 inch on the diagonal. You won't need that much on every job, but it's great to not be limited by the tool. Impressive to be able to cut 24 inch square slate. Most amazing thing is cutting a 3.5" thick concrete paver in one pass, leaving a glass smooth cut. I've cut slate pieces so heavy, I could hardly lift them onto the table. I've also ripped a 36 inch long, inch and a half thick piece of slate, by setting one end on top of the table stop and cutting half the paver's length, then flipping the slate end over end to complete the cut. There is 13" between the blade and the motor support, so you can cut up to 13" from the side of a tile.
6. The motor easily tilts and locks at 45 or 22.5 (degrees), so cuts are possible without using an accessory cart block. These are the only angles mentioned by DeWalt, because the table has slots to receive the blades for these angles. However, you can actually cut any angle (e.g., on half-inch thick material) between 0 and 45 degrees if you lift the blade and tile above the table so the blade misses those slots.
7. The rolling table has thick rubber bonded to the top to prevent slipping tiles. A great innovation. The table can be put onto the saw assembly, or removed, quickly and easily. The table has a slide-lock to keep it from coming off the saw and can be "locked" into two other positions, for transporting on the saw assembly. The machine's parts are either aluminum, stainless steel or other non-rusting materials.
8. Saw comes with a reversible 90 or 45 degree (flip-over) miter which clamps to the table and works well. The aluminum miter ruler/scale riveted to the table, however, is in 1/8" increments, and can't be adjusted. The scale on my saw is a bit off, so I typically just make a pencil mark on the tile to be cut.
9. The excellent water pump is rated at 170 gallons per hour, which is more than adequate. Search on "little giant 518200" via Amazon or Google Products, for more details.
The DW24001 tool stand is designed specifically for this tool. The tub bottom has four molded sections that fit into the stand top. Since I'm tall and wanted the wet saw several inches higher than the DW24001 allows, I made my own stand.
The tool has adjustable rollers to align the table for sliding smoothness and squareness to the blade. My tool needed no adjustments.
As with any wet saw, cleaning is no fun. If the job is large, there will be tile "sludge" in the tray bottom that you'll need to scrape out with a putty knife. I use a garden hose to rinse off the various parts, being careful to keep water out of the motor.
The box this thing comes in is huge. It's very well packed and protected, and there was zero delivery damage to the tool.
It can handle very large products (24” ripping and 18” diagonal) which is very handy and has the ability to do plunge cuts which makes cutting out outlets and such very easy.
The rear and side water attachments also keep this saw very tidy and keep the water spray down to a minimum. If you are someone on the go you will love how the unit transports and how light it is compared to some of the other models available. The only downfall of this saw is the noise, because the motor is direct drive it is very loud.
I have used this saw to do (3) remodeling projects and have cut granite, porcelain tiles and stacked quartz stone. The saw handled all of them with ease and has been a great addition to my work force.
IMO; pros in a nutshell: Huge cutting capacity, 26" rip and 18 3/8" diagonally. Fairly light weight, 70 lbs. Smooth and accurate cutting tray. Exceptional water containment, saw can be setup inside a house with a minimal protection. Cons? Nothing major so far. Those little fastening hands on the extra trays are quite delicate and could break if handled roughly?