Powerful, lightweight, accurate and easy to use saw encased in a steel roll cage. 20" of rip easily cuts a variety of larger shelving and trim materials and quickly rips through hardwoods. Rack and pinion fence rails make adjustments fast, smooth and accurate. Telescoping fence rails retract to create a small, portable package. Features adjustable rear feet designed to level the saw on uneven work surfaces and table coating reduces friction for smoother cutting. Supplied with TCT blade to enhance cut quality and prolong blade life.
Average Customer Rating:
(3 Reviews) 3
Rating Snapshot(3 reviews)
3 of 3(100%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for DeWalt DW745 250mm Table Saw 240V
"We have needed a table saw for a while now but wanted to buy a light weight portable one rather than the big heavy duty flip over saws, this dewalt model fits the bill perfectly.Initially we used it for ripping down softwood door frames & mdf skirting boards,cut through them like they were'nt even there saved us so much time.It is easy to use,lightweight & powerful possibly the best power tool we have ever bought."
"Chose this saw for DeWalt quality and for being lightweight. No problem lifting out of van to workplace. I especially like the rack & pinion gear on the fence - spot on accuracy! Powerful motor and low friction coating on table makes timber movement easy. I use mine lots when kitchen fitting, cutting fill-in panels, ripping plinth etc. Quite noisy but most of these small saws are. Very good dust collection when attached to a vacuum cleaner. The on-off switch could be better located but otherwise it's a great tool and highly recommended."
"having cheaper models replaced several times i decided to buy this, as usual it is expensive but well worth it. it has been designed for moving around and the sliding rip fence is solid, good locking down enables you to rip with confidence all tools are located on the sides and well secured. out of the box it is complete even the blade was fitted. a dust bag for the exhaust would have been a nice idea but all in all a good bit of kit"