|Item Weight||90 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||24 x 22 x 19 inches|
|Item model number||DW735|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Power Benchtop Drill Presses, Drill Presses, Woodworking|
|Warranty Description||3 Year Limited|
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DEWALT Thickness Planer, Two Speed, 13-Inch (DW735)
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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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13", heavy duty, portable 2 speed thickness planer.
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.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.
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DW735 DEWALT 13-Inch Thickness Two-Speed Planer with Three-Knife Cutterhead, dust-hose adapter, and dust-ejection chute.
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All the features are as advertised. Two speeds with fabulous results on most woods with the faster speed. I haven't done boards longer than 24 in. so have not considered the optional feed trays.
It's noisy but not alarmingly so. I was obliged to rig an exhaust set up as the blower overwhelmed my dust/chip vacuum system, as the instructions said it would. A lidded bucket with an intake fitting and a screened hole to let the excess air out and I was good to go.
I had borrowed some time on a friend's cast iron monster planer from the '50s and this works better, faster, smoother, quieter, more portable, and vastly cheaper than his.
You can't go wrong with this unit.
First, the exhaust attachment is mind dumbing, I don't know what shop vac attachment can attach to it but after a trip to Home Depot I decided tape would have to suffice. annoying.
Second, on the non-finishing speed, the exhaust will constantly get clogged. I'm talking on every other pass. annoying.
A secondary dust collector has to aid in the exhaust process otherwise it will clog on every run. I can only use the finishing speed setting otherwise, you guessed it, it clogs.
not sure why I spent all this money for all this aggravation. Do yourself a favor and go with a different brand.
I’ve been using the machine for a few days and it does a fine job however the snipe is annoying. I’ve run thousands of feet of wood through my old Delta planer with almost zero snipe. I know how to support your work piece both on the in feed and out feed but the DW735 likes to snipe. After some tweaking I was able to improve to my results but I’m still seeing .003 snipe on leading and trailing 2.5 “that I can’t eliminate unless I use sacrificial wood. (see pic) Overall, it’s a very nice planer and its dust ejection is way better than other small units. I haven’t used it long enough to speak to the longevity of the knives but there is the option of going to the Shelix head. The controls are easy to operate and the on-board tool makes it a snap to change blades and maintain the machine. The dual speed feature is handy and other than the snipe the 3 blade cutter does a great job leaving a very smooth flat surface. The manual is minimal in the extreme.
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1. Table extensions are an $80 option...a) they are Not optional and b) they cost Dewalt $5 to make.
2. Low quality blades...I read dozens of reviews commenting on the soft edges and how the planer was fantastic once New carbides were purchased. By the end of my first 5 boards of softwoods the blades needed to be flipped.
3. The overpriced, optional table extensions from complaint #1, can't fold up to remain on planer so have to be removed for transport and storage.
If Dewalt wanted, these issues could be very easily remedied at minimal cost.
Otherwise it's a very well made planer.
The adjustments are easy to make using the large wheel and the guides are fairly accurate.
This thing is pretty noisy though so you won't be planing at midnight in your condo. And the chip fan is extremely powerful - it's no joke. It will shoot chips easily 15 feet from the machine so you better use it outside or have some heavy duty dust collection. I could not use my Shop-Vac on it as the fan was more powerful than the Shop-Vac's suction and chips were being blown back in. I eventually rigged up a large garbage can with a cloth filter on top to catch the chips.
I highly recommend getting the infeed and outfeed tables though (DW 7351). Wish I had bought the kit that had those included.
It does create snipe, but you just have to accept that and plan your piece's length to either cut it out or use other means of flattening it. Feeding multiple boards at a time - head to toe without a break - allows you to limit the snipe to the start of just the first board and end of the last board.
It's very heavy - which is a GOOD thing in stationary tools. But I don't recommend planning to carry it around frequently (to and from underneath a bench, or to jobsites (like I do)). I'm 28, I consider myself fairly strong, and I don't mind exerting myself, but I don't enjoy carrying this around when I need to. With that being said, I also wouldn't do it any differently, or with a different machine.
Delivered as promised on time and in excellent working order.
I immediately set it up and started running about 30 board feet of cedar. Likely will need to invest in a dust / chip collector beyond my shop vacuum. Oh well, more toys!
Overall, I'm very pleased with this and I saved $225 by ordering through Amazon as opposed to getting it in a big box store 😀
UPDATE: an observation after using it for a few weeks, it is performing real well but the blades that came with it are crap. I had nicks in them after only planing 3 short (approx 3 foot) walnut boards down to 3/4" from the original 1". Walnut is an extremely soft wood so I don't think this should have occurred.