|Item Weight||22.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||17.6 x 12.6 x 12.4 inches|
|Item model number||DC351KL|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Warranty Description||90 Day Money Back Guarantee|
DEWALT DC351KL 6-1/2-Inch 28-Volt Cordless Lithium-Ion TrackSaw Kit
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- Zero clearance track saw cutting system delivers precise, straight, splinter-free cuts
- For use with track saw dual-edged tracks for perfectly straight cuts in both directions
- On-track cut depth: 2-1/8-inch (54-milimeter) at 90 degrees, 1-5/8-inch (41-milimeter) at 45 degrees.
- 28-volt cordless system delivers the same cut quality and accuracy of a corded track saw. Cuts over 150-inches (46-centimeters) of 5/8-inch (16 milimeters) plywood on a single charge
- Continuous Anti-Kickback mechanism and riving knife prevent kickback when engaged
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I received this saw on Nov 28,2011. That was 2 day shipping and it looked to be in great shape. But as luck would have it 1 of the batteries was defective. It would not charge. No big deal I'll just contact the seller for a replacement. They said, "They could replace the defective battery but couldn't guarantee it would be any better." WTF!!!
They also provided the address of my local Dewalt service center and suggested I get a replacement under the warranty. So much for after sale service from them.
So I went to Dewalt Center and they informed me that these batteries had been out of production since 2007 and they have been out of stock for almost that long. They also said any battery I found that was selling as new would be no newer than the 2007 items. Meaning they would have been sitting on a shelf somewhere for 4 to 5 years. I did find them on the web including Amazon but at a price point of $130 and up. That's just to pricey for an old battery.
So thinking I might yet salvage this transaction I called a local electronics supply house about getting individual cells so I could rebuild the battery pack myself. I've done this before. But no luck they don't carry the A123 Li-Ion cells these packs are made with. When I asked why they said "They are not readily available."
Again in attempt to salvage the deal I contacted a national firm that rebuilds battery packs for tools.Read more ›
The reviewer who complained about the unavailability of batteries is simply wrong. The two batteries that came with my saw are model DC9280. Google that DeWalt model and you'll find lots of them available. Moreover, I believe you can have the batteries rebuilt with new cells. Batteries Plus does it for most tool batteries, but I haven't asked them about this model specifically. If you're concerned about it, check it out. My batteries go longer on a charge than I anticipated, and they produce plenty of power when cutting.
My kit came with the 59-inch track. I subsequently bought the 46-inch track and the connector so I could make a full 8 foot cut on sheet goods. I cannot recommend the connector set up. I wish I had spent the money on the 102-inch track instead. On the other hand, I highly recommend buying the track clamps. They work very well with the track and make it easy to secure it on long cuts.
I also have the router adapter, but I cannot recommend it. I have been unable to get it to slide smoothly on the track in a perfectly straight line.
Now the review.
I love this saw and if you work with sheet materials, especially away from the shop and on the job site, you will too. This saw makes beautiful and precise cuts and is far more portable than a job site table saw. You can even do things like take it on the roof to trim the roof sheathing panels if you need to. Try that with even a portable table saw! This saw goes to the work, rather than having to have the work go to the saw. It doesn't sound like much, but that can be a real time saver on the job and is really convenient. Especially since it usually eliminates the need for the job site table saw. I loved my lightweight Dewalt table saw, but now that I have this it gets far less use. This thing is great for cutting sheets of plywood, Melamie, or other sheet materials on the job site or in the shop. It is also good for precision cabinet making because the cuts are clean and splinter free, or for things like trimming the bottoms of doors which happens a lot in tile work.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great system; it's so easy to get a perfect cut. The power is excellent, when matched with a super sharp blade, it cuts like butter. Read morePublished on August 31, 2011 by Robert H. Haberkorn
Picked up the saw in september not knowing about one issue which renders the saw useless to professional. Read morePublished on December 9, 2010 by arthur h pislewicz