DEWALT Chop Saw, 14-Inch (D28730)

DEWALT Chop Saw, 14-Inch (D28730)

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DEWALT Chop Saw, 14-Inch (D28730)

DEWALT Chop Saw, 14-Inch (D28730):at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I'm totally disappointed with this new saw.I do not understand why it comes with the cheapest and worst quality composite blade Dewalt offers. This is a good saw but can not perform as expected because of the pathetic DW80001 blade it comes with.Struggles to cut 1/8" flat bar.There goes my project until I find better blades.I'm not real happy for 0 bucks invested.gorgeous,max 47% off,max 81% offDEWALT Chop Saw, 14-Inch (D28730)
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  • 2300W motor of the chop saw provides overload protection
  • Ergonomically designed handle of the metal chop saw provides a more comfortable hand position, reducing fatigue and increasing productivity
  • Quick-Lock vise of the metal cutting saw allows for fast clamping on different size materials
  • 45 degree pivoting fence allows for fast and accurate angle cuts
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Product description

Style:Chop Saw - Black

The D28710 14-inch chop saw metal cutting is powered by a 15-amp motor for high performance without overheating. Ergonomically designed -inchD-inch handle helps reduce fatigue and increase productivity. The cut off saw features Quick-Lock vise for fast clamping.


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DEWALT Chop Saw, 14-Inch (D28730)

DEWALT Chop Saw, 14-Inch (D28730):at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I'm totally disappointed with this new saw.I do not understand why it comes with the cheapest and worst quality composite blade Dewalt offers. This is a good saw but can not perform as expected because of the pathetic DW80001 blade it comes with.Struggles to cut 1/8" flat bar.There goes my project until I find better blades.I'm not real happy for 0 bucks invested.gorgeous,max 47% off,max 81% offDEWALT Chop Saw, 14-Inch (D28730)