|Item Weight||53.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 2 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||D24000S|
|Style||Tile saw and stand|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||3 Year Limited Warranty|
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DEWALT D24000S Heavy-Duty 10-inch Wet Tile Saw with Stand
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- Cantilevering rail cart system allows for 24-inch ripping capacity and 18-inch tile on diagonal
- Weighing only 69 pounds, one person can transport and set up
- 45 or 22.5 degree miter feature for quick angled cuts with dual water nozzles
- Plunge feature allows user to make quick plunge cuts for electrical outlets and A/C registers
- This product ships in two boxes and includes the D24000 saw and the D24001 stand
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DEWALT D24000S Heavy-Duty 10-inch Wet Tile Saw with Stand
The 69-pound D24000S 10" Wet Tile Saw allows a one person set up and transport.
Stainless steel rail system is integrated into the tile saw frame, insuring accurate cuts. Rear and side water attachments can be placed on tile saw to catch over-spray from large tile to keep the water in the pan.
The D24000S includes a 10" Wet Tile Saw with a stand that folds for easy transporting and storage.
The stand holds the 69-pound Wet Tile Saw and provides an ideal work space.
- Dual water nozzles can be adjusted for optimal water placement on blade in order to minimize over-spray and mist
- Rear and side water attachments can be placed on tile saw to contain water run-off and to catch blade sprayoverspray from large tile keeping the water in the pan
- Removable cutting cart for easy cleaning of tile saw
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|Item Dimensions||2 x 3 x 1 in||29.25 x 36 x 20.38 in||26 x 36.5 x 3.25 in||24 x 40 x 20 in|
|Style Name||Tile saw and stand||Tile saw||dry||wet|
Light, ultra-powerful, and a breeze to set-up, the D24000S from DEWALT is ideal for renovating bathrooms, cutting porcelain and stone, or tiling a kitchen back splash or floor. The D24000S ships in two boxes and includes the D24000 saw and the D24001 stand. The saw motor tilts and locks at 45 or 22.5 degrees for clean, smooth cuts without the need for an accessory cart block, and adjustable rollers help properly align the table. When tackling large projects, you'll appreciate the 24-inch ripping capacity (18-inch tile on diagonal). To ensure smooth operation, two adjustable water nozzles allow for the correct positioning of spray on the blade, while optional rear and side water attachments capture over-spray so water stays in the five-gallon pan. Additionally, a 3-1/8-inch depth of cut gives you the option of cutting the majority of V-caps and pavers, and an edge guide with dual position 45-degree guide makes it a snap to line-up corner cuts. There's also an efficient 1.5 HP motor, flip-style edge guide for 90 and 45 degree set-up, and a tub-style bottom with four molded sections that fit into the included stand. And because there's a fully integrated durable stainless steel rail system in the saw frame, you'll enjoy precise cuts every time. When you're done for the day, the removable cutting cart gives you better access to the saw so you can clean up quickly and easily.
Top Customer Reviews
Tip -, don't do with the directions say and put the water pump in the tray sucking up dirty water. But put it in a 5 gallon bucket of clean water. When the black tray fills up and you're out of water. Empty the black tray and fill the bucket back up and clean water. I never have water pump problems. Only pump clean water!
Immediately after receiving my DW24000, I started searching for a way to fix the alignment of this saw. Out of the box, it was misaligned for 24" cuts. I just couldn't get a straight/square cut to better than 1/16" consistently over a hard porcelain 24" tile (rip) and 18" diagonal (~25" cut). I was using the highly recommended T3 blade. I was using digital calipers to check the cut, but the 1/16" or more error was easily visible with a tape.
The tray wobbles more than a 1/16", where you would start the cut, so I had to mark everything. But even then, you don't know if you should start the cut with a little more twist to the left, center or right. So I needed to scribe every cut with pencil and straight edge. Then, I'd cut a light 1/16" deep score over the top of the tile, along the scribed line. Then a second pass a little deeper, and finally a cut-through. This take several minutes, 3 or more passes per cut, and eventually this frustration was enough for me to send the saw back to Amazon.
As the tray moves through the cut, you also feel light pressure each time the tray wheels go on and off the rails. The problem with this saw is the roller system. Right side track, Left side rod height, Left anti tip rail, etc. Anytime the third rollers (rear or front) come off the track, the table dips both in front and in the back such as when ripping 24". When the table dips, it has lateral instability (side to side wobble) And this is what will throw an otherwise true cut off. Forget about perfect radius with a profile blade. Yes, you can try to support the table and dampen the play by applying downward pressure at the end of your cut.
In the end, I spent way too much time tweaking with the center wheel alignment on the tray. Trying to tighten or loosen the top-side pressure holding the left-side wheels to the rail. Finally, trying to get the saw rails square to the cut.
In the end you learn, this saw CAN'T make reliable straight/square 24" & 25" cuts to 1/16" or better. If your cuts need to be within 1/16" to support a clean grout line in high-end custom showers and backsplashes, look elsewhere. In ~2008 when this saw was released, there were far less 24" tiles available than there are today. I presume, many of the great reviews for this saw were for jobs smaller than 18" and 24" which are the new norm today.
The blade that came with the unit is a DW4763. Excellent. I ordered two more spares for future, but I ordered DW4764s XP4 (supposed to last 4x longer than average blade). Today was my first day using this machine, and I cut over 20 13-inch tiles and it cut straight and fast.Why didn't I buy this years ago????
Today, I also made my own bullnose tile from the stock I was working with. I installed a MK-275 6-inch, 3/8-inch diamond radius blade without a problem. Once I got the settings where I wanted, I made 8 pieces of 13" x 3-1/4" and 8 pieces 13" x 3" bullnose in less than 10-minutes. Incredible. I will note with 6" blade, I had to move the tile forward off the pushing guide in order to complete the bullnose cut. Otherwise, the blade would strike the sled near the measuring tape. Notably, the fence/guide on a smooth sled is awesome. What a huge money/time savings in tile and convenience as I needed custom bullnose cuts.
The entire saw and stand are heavy, awkward to move altogether as one and it takes up some real estate. Fully-assembled, this unit is big. Portable, yes--but not easily. I break it down into 4 trips (plastic trays, pump and sled, motor unit, and folding table.
Conclusively, this is a fantastic tile saw. It performs really well: cuts repeatedly straight and clean. I'd recommend this unit to serious DIYers, professionals and contractors. It takes patience and basic mechanical skills to get everything setup, but this time together also helps you to get to know the machine including features, parameters and adjustments. Just make sure you check/confirm table is sliding smoothly (rail system) and blade is 90-degrees to table and parallel with cut channel. Once you get this dialed in, it's a pleasure to keep firing out great cuts with confidence and precision. There's PLENTY of power from this 1.5 hp motor (in fact, you'll need to wear hearing protection). Just be sure to take care not to break any of the plastic components or leave anything behind at a jobsite as moving everything altogether as one really isn't practical or wise. Put it this way, even if you could move it all by yourself, you'd never get it through even a 36" door alone. Anyway, there is potential to lose something if you're not paying attention to details, so be sure to keep track of things during moves. Great saw. I'd buy another if I needed it.
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