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DeWalt 10" Benchtop Tablesaw #DW745

Average reader rating
out of 5


Site-Pro Modular Guarding System allows for tool free adjustments of the guarding components appropriate for each application
15 Amp motor quickly rips through hardwoods with ease
Rack and pinion fence rails make fence adjustments fast, smooth and accurate
Telescoping fence rails retract to create a small, portable package
On Board Storage provides easy access to the Site-Pro Guarding components and push stick when not in use
16" of rip easily cuts a variety of larger shelving and trim materials
Metal roll cage base offers greater durability than plastic bases
Blade can be adjusted 0 - 45 degrees for bevel applications
Weighing only 45 lbs, the DW745 can easily be moved on and off the job
Adjustable rear feet designed to level the saw on uneven work surfaces
Dust port allows for 2-1/2" vacuum hook up and minimizes clean up
24T carbide blade enhances cut quality and prolongs blade life
Table coating reduces friction for smoother cutting

Amps 15Amps
No Load Speed 3,850rpm
Blade Diameter 10"
Arbor Size 5/8""
Dust Port Diameter 2-1/2"
Depth of Cut at 90° 3-1/8"
Depth of Cut at 45° 2-1/4"
Max Rip To Right Of Blade 16"
Max Rip To Left Of Blade 12"
Max Width of Dado N/A"
Tool Weight 45lbs

Reader Reviews

A workhorse of a saw in a small package

Review Summary

I bought this saw to supplement my cabinet saw, especially when I'm working on a job at church or for charity. (I do a lot of that.) I bought the stand that comes with the DW744 and it mounted easily. I really like that stand, didn't want the basic X-wing stand. I don't know why Dewalt tries to steer people away from this stand for the DW745 saw. Anyway, the saw has plenty of power, even when cutting 8/4 oak or 2x treated pine.
The fence is easy to use and moves side to side by turning a knob. I wish it had a bigger table for more capacity to rip, but that's what the bigger Dewalt saw is for. This one is great for about $150 less than DW744.

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