The 305mm diameter blade gives you outstanding cutting performance. The DWS780 offers effortless accuracy from cutting small profiles to large section timbers up to 110 x 303mm. This is a heavy-duty machine, built for durability and fully adjustable to maintain accuracy over the life of the tool. Easy-to-use mitre and bevel controls make the tool fast and simple to change from one set-up to another. A quick release bevel stop helps set accurate bevel angles up to 49° left and right. A cam action mitre lock function makes mitre setting fast and easy for angles between 0° - 50° left and 0° - 60° right. The grooving stop allows you to cut grooves or rebates. The XPS shadow line cut indicator gives you a unique and accurate way to align the blade, at the same time illuminating the work. The large dual sliding fence gives plenty of support for tall workpieces at any angle. The electronic speed control lets you adjust cutting speed when cutting materials other than wood. Supplied with 60 tooth TCT blade, blade spanner, dust bag and material clamp.
|Bevel Angle Range||49° - 0 - 49°|
|Max Bevel Cut @ 45deg||268 mm x 63 mm or 345 mm x 44 mm|
|Max Compound Cut @ 45deg||212 mm x 76 mm|
|Max Crosscut @ 0deg||303 mm x 110 mm or 345 mm x 76 mm|
|Max Mitre Cut @45deg||211 mm x 112 mm or 244 mm x 76 mm|
|Mitre Angle Range||60° - 0 - 50°|
|Nett Weight||24.8 kg|
|Overall L x W x H||770 mm x 470 mm x 396 mm|
|Speed||1,900 - 3,800rpm|
|Blade Diameter||305 mm|
|Bore Size||30 mm|
24 February 2016
Well built, easy to adjust, smooth, accurate, fine cutting saw!Bought this two weeks ago and have been using it extensively to build several Georgian cupboards, for retrofitting in a restored Georgian townhouse, utilising very good tight resinous pine, both new and reclaimed. I have been very pleased but it has yet to stand the test of time, although I see no reason, other than abuse, why it won't - it is robust and well engineered.