DeWALT DW861W 4-1/2" Tile Saw (Open Box)

DeWALT DW861W 4-1/2" Tile Saw (Open Box)

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DeWALT DW861W 4-1/2" Tile Saw (Open Box)
Description

Description

The DW861W wet / dry masonry saw is designed to cut various ceramic and stone materials. Featuring a 12.5 amp motor, no other 4 wet saw on the market can match the DW861W's power. The saw comes with a high-quality 4-1/2 diamond blade which will produce a depth of cut at 3.3 cm creating the capacity necessary to cut popular 3cm granite slab for counter top fabrication. The blade can be used to cut tile and stone dry or wet. The saw comes equipped with a 13 foot water feed line with a dispenser that places a controllable flow of water to both sides of the blade. The DW861W's shoe bevels to 45 degrees for controlled angle cuts. The shoe can also be adjusted and locked to various positions for a consistent and precise depth of cut. In addition, the DW861W tile saw offers a lock-on button for production cutting applications.
Features

Features

Incredibly Powerful 12.5 amp motor to cut through concrete, porcelain, granite and other stone materials 13' water line keeps water flowing to the blade helping decrease dust and increase blade performance Premium 4-1/2" diamond blade Bevels to 45 degrees Lock-on button helps reduce user fatigue Adjustable depth of cut
Specifications

Specifications

120 Volts
12.5 Amps
No-Load RPM - 11,500
Blade Size - 4-1/2"
Arbor Size - 20mm
Bevel Capacity - 60 Degrees
Weight - 6 lbs.
Includes

Includes

DW861W Saw 4-1/2" Diamond Wet/Dry Blade Wrench
Manuals

Manuals

Videos

Product Video

Reviews

Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

Big Sky Tool Reviews
Very pleased with purchase. Wish I had purchased this saw several years ago. I started a dry stack tumbled bluestone wall and used a cold chisel and friction saw blade to shape stones. The tile saw made work of preparing several pieces to split in two. The stones are thicker than the working depth of the saw blade. I cut the pieces and let them fracture on the cut line. Had I used this saw originally I would have been finished much sooner and with far less effort.
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Review by Philip Barnes / (Posted on 10/30/2012)