I have been using this saw fro a few months now. I love it. Fence is always dead on accurate and so fast to set up its amazing how well thought out everything is. JUST ONE THING MISSING. Electronic power switching keeps you from plugging in a saw that already has the power on. This means you can not lock it in the on position to power it from a power strip that also powers the dust collection. I use a shop vac that just sits under the saw but its a bit annoying to have to feel around for the switch on the vac. I like the electronic power switch, its a no-brainer safety thing, but why not include an aux plug that is powered by the same switch so my vac starts when I power the saw.
I really like the rip fence, and the portability of this saw. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
I have the older version of this saw and table, so this would be the perfect replacement..
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I got this saw a few months back and have not been disappointed. I do cabinet work for a living and use this saw out in the field and it works great. It is accurate and the wide rip it great [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
I have looked at all brands for a table saw. I landed on the dewalt because it has the highest rpm and largest rip capacity. I love this table saw. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Just purchased this Friday the 25th of October 2019.
It assembled without any problems not that I referred to the instructions but I did glance at them and they do need improvements. It took about an hour and 15 minutes (got a very bad back) because I had to take some sit down breaks. However..... changing the blade took 2 hours. Reason being the motor shaft had a indentation on the end of the shaft which I did not see and when the nut hit that point it came to a screeching halt. After a lot of lube and patience I finally got it off. The first 1/4" of the threaded motor shaft took a beating getting the nut off. I managed to clean the shaft and the nut up (thanks to dremel tools) and machinist file. But I did get the new blade on. I do however need to get the nut replaced. Squaring the saw and fence etc was very easy as when a product of this nature has a cheaply made table top they provided enough means to adjust the fence and blade with no problems. Since I'm not a cabinet maker anymore I just needed this to replace my SawStop saw for small projects. It had a great cast iron top which brings me to the top on this saws top.The right side has two belly points of .012. The left side it fine. But to sum it all up, I managed to set up the fence using a four foot piece of birch plywood and it was with .002" from end to end with about a half inch burn spot in the middle of one my test cuts, but there was a knot in the wood at that spot. The miter is fairly cheap but once again I managed to get that setup using the 5 cut method dead on. I just put a piece of birch plywood 3X9 on it and squared it up. So all in all, it's not a SawStop, but it works for what I need it for. I will call support on Monday and ask for a replacement nut and purchase a second just in case. Also I believe larger blade stabilizers are required. I will have to check if any are available.