The DW872 14" Multi-Cutter Saw cuts a wide variety material at a constant depth throughout blade life and cuts four times faster than chop saws.
- Multi-Cutter Saw offers versatility by cutting a wide variety of materials including ferrous and non-ferrous metals
- Utilizing a carbide-tipped blade allows the depth-of-cut to remain constant throughout blade life
- Cuts 4-times faster than chop saws and 8-times faster than portable band saws in 2" x 2" x 1/4" angle iron
- 14", 66-tooth, carbide-tipped blade delivers a lower cost-per-cut compared to cutting with abrasive wheels
- Specially designed carbide teeth deliver fast, precise, and virtually burr-free cuts reducing the need for preparation grinding and finished cuts that are cool to the touch
- Largest capacity in its class with even more capacity than a deep-cut portable band saw (5-3/16" round & 4-1/2" x 6-1/2" rectangular) allowing user to cut a wider variety of different size materials for more applications
- Ergonomically designed horizontal handle puts user's wrist in a more comfortable position to help reduce user fatigue and increase productivity
- 15 amp / 4 HP motor provides more overload capacity to increase performance and durability
- Patented, 45-degree, adjustable Quick-Fence™ allows for fast and accurate angle cuts without using a wrench
- Quick-lock vise allows for fast clamping on different size materials to increase productivity
- AMPS 15.0 AMPS
- MAX CAPACITY (RECTANGULAR) 6-1/2" X 4-1/2 IN
- MAX CAPACITY (ROUND) 5-3/16 IN
- NO LOAD SPEED 1,300 RPM
- POWER TOOL TYPE CORDED
- QUICK LOCK VISE YES
- SPINDLE LOCK YES
- TOOL LENGTH 21 IN
- TOOL WEIGHT 47.0 LBS
- WHEEL ARBOR 1 IN
- WHEEL DIAMETER 14 IN
- 14" carbide tipped blade
- Vertical Clamp
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Flimsy clamp and base.
This is not a reflection on Wise Line Tools but Dewalt. After using this saw for a while not I find the vise is not very strong. They must know this because they added a moveable clamp that pushes down on top of the workpiece. If the vise was strong enough this wouldn't be needed. The other weak part is the base. This should be way heavier and made of cast and milled flat like my rigid wood chop saw. But this is thin, stamped steel that they had to form beads on the base to give it false rigidity. My Rigid saw is a cast iron base that is milled flat and will never twist or break. I will be l making my own base in the future with a real vise on it. Poor product DeWalt.