- 15 Amp motor quickly rips through hardwoods with ease
- Rack and pinion fence rails make fence adjustments fast, smooth and accurate
- Telescoping fence rails retract to create a small, portable package
- 16-inch of rip easily cuts a variety of larger shelving and trim materials
- Metal roll cage base offers greater durability than plastic bases; Blade can be adjusted 0 – 45 degrees for bevel applications
The DEWALT versatile 10-Inch Jobsite Table Saw features the Site-Pro Modular Guarding System for application-specific setups that result in quick, accurate cuts. It pairs a portable design with a powerful 15 amp motor and large16-inch rip capacity. This saw comes with blade guards, a miter gauge, a push stick, and a dependable 10-inch, 24-tooth carbide blade to get your project started right away.
This saw features a dependable 15 amp motor that delivers a no-load speed of 3,850 rpm. View larger.
Weighing just 45 pounds, the table saw comes with a folding stand for easy setup and tear down. View larger.
Consistent, Powerful Performance
Thanks to a 15 amp, high-torque motor, this DEWALT table saw delivers the power you need for tough jobs like cutting hardwood and pressure-treated lumber. The saw’s 10-inch blade spins at a no-load speed of 3,850 rpm for quick, clean cuts–no matter what the application.
Convenient Site-Pro Modular Guarding System
The DEWALT versatile Site-Pro Modular Guarding System makes it easy to set up for a variety of applications by allowing tool-free adjustment of application-specific guarding components.
The saw’s exclusive fence configuration enables a huge 16-inch rip capacity. Rack and pinion fence rails make fence adjustments fast, smooth, and accurate. The fence’s telescoping design allows the rails to move out to 16 inches to rip full sheets of materials or be retracted for a compact design that’s easy to transport.
In addition to offering large rip capacity, this saw features a maximum cut depth of 3-1/8 inches at 90 degrees and 2-1/4 inches at 45 degrees. Its table surface is coated to reduce friction for improved cut quality across the board, while a metal roll cage base provides a sturdy setup and improved durability when compared with plastic bases.
Portable Design for Use Anywhere
This DEWALT table saw weighs just 45 pounds which, along with the folding table saw stand makes for easy setup and tear down. You can move it from your workshop to the worksite with ease.
For added convenience, on-board storage provides easy access to the Site-Pro Guarding components and the push stick when they’re not in use. A handy 2-1/2-inch dust collection port allows you to connect the saw to a Shop-Vac for efficient dust extraction and a cleaner work area.
This 10-inch jobsite table saw with Site-Pro Modular Guarding System also comes with a DEWALT warranty package that includes a three-year limited warranty, a one-year free service contract, and a 90-day money-back guarantee.
What’s in the Box
DW745 DEWALT 10-Inch Job Site Table Saw, 10-inch 24-tooth carbide blades, miter gauge, push stick, blade guard.
|Housing fits snugly
around stand base
|Lock mechanism fits on
top of table stand
Modular guard system protects hands and fingers
List Price: $ 714.00
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can a regular table saw be used for masonry work?
I was wondering if a table saw can be used for masonry work if you put a masonry blade on it. Or do you need an actual masonry saw?
Suggestion by kravdraa
Best to have a masonary saw since the cutting of the masonary creaste tremendous amount of HIGHLY abrasive dust.
A good masonary saw will have a water feed for blade cooling and that will also reduce the dust.
I think you could really mess up a descent table saw cutting masonary on it.
Suggestion by Mark
No. The motor is not totally enclosed for one (dust will kill the motor). You should use a water cooled saw to extend the life of the blade (and control dust), so it is not water proof either.
Suggestion by cheezyhill
Can you? yes you can, however how many cuts are you planning on making? How often do you anticipate this need?
If just cutting a stone or 3 go for it.
If you have a lot to do for one project, then consider renting a wet saw. It may not be that much more than a good masonry blade.
If you want to do this on a regular basis, well the right tool for the right job.
Suggestion by Tyler Durdin
do you like your table saw?