The DeWalt DWS774 216mm Mitre Saw has a classic saw design improved and updated for the modern user. New 1400 Watt motor for powerful cutting in all materials (1400 Watt Low Voltage version UK Only) XPS Shadow line cut indicator provides fast accurate alignment of the blade while illuminating the work piece for increased productivity no adjustment required.
Improved Dust extraction efficiency
The base and fence have been machined to meet the accuracy requirements of the most demanding applications
New head lock function allows the head to be fixed, restricting the traverse function for trim applications and ease of transportation
Integrated positive mitre stops at 15°, 22.5°, 30°, 45°, quick release mitre mechanism up to 50°
Fixed left & right hand fences with measuring scale for improved material support and management
Compact internal rail design for huge cutting capacity in a highly transportable format
Carry side handles for east transportation
Designed for wood cutting only and must not be used to cut any metal (Ferrous or Non Ferrous)
1 x DWS774 Mitre Saw
1 x TCT Tooth Saw Blade
1 x Blade Spanner
1 x Material Clamp
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Great piece of kit. I've wanted one for ages, so glad I finally purchased one as it made the fitting of my kitchen much easier. The only slight downside for me was the circumference of the grip/starter lever too big. As a women, I found it difficult to press then button and hold the starter lever at the same time. Maybe it's time manufacturers realise that in some households it's the women that does all the DIY and make the grips slightly smaller!!
Man this saw rocks, I have used this to make up I mitre joints for a hexagon acoustic panels so far and it really shines. Never had another so can’t compare it but I’m very happy with it.This saw is perfect for a keen DIY hobbyist or woodworker.
What I really like about this saw is that because it slides into itself like a trombone it takes up less space and even more so because it stores tilted to 45 degrees. It's also really easy to calibrate to make sure that the cutting angle is correct and the system is robust enough to hold the angle once set. The way you get a shadow of the blade to indicate where the cut will be is a nice touch. On the negative side it does not cut very wide (ie the max width of a plank that you can put in it is not very big) and because the slide is not fixed and therefore not parallel to the deck you can't adjust the depth of cut (on my old machine I could choose to not cut all the way through which was really handy for making parallel cuts that could then be chiseled out to form a groove for a joint. I do miss this feature.
I struggle to hold the handle,button and switch all at the same time.
This mitre saw is much lighter than my old Makita one. Easy to use, quick to set up & cuts lovely. Great tool.