How to Use dewalt dwx724

What's the difference between a DeWalt miter stand and a dwx724?

DWX723 can hold up to 400 pounds, DWX724 can handle 500 pounds, DWX726 caps out at 300 pounds. The next big difference is their pillar length and length of material the stand can accommodate. DWX723 has a 60-inch pillar and allows for a 16-foot piece of material. DWX724 has a 40-inch pillar and accommodates 10-foot long pieces.

What's the difference between a DeWalt dwe7485 and dw745?

As long as you don’t abuse it, the rack and pinion telescoping fence is one of my favorite features in the line up. The DWE7485 also has a 5800 RPM motor compared to the 3850 from the 10″ DW745. Smaller blades mean higher RPM’s though. Despite the smaller saw blade, the DWE7485 weighs 10 lbs. more than it’s 10″ DW745 brethren.

What can you do with a DeWalt table saw?

DeWALT Job Site Table Saws are the workhorse of the woodworking and construction community for a reason. They get a lot of things right. On board storage is fantastic for your push stick, fence, riving knife, cord and miter gauge. As long as you don’t abuse it, the rack and pinion telescoping fence is one of my favorite features in the line up.

How big is a DeWalt miter saw beam?

The DWX724 Compact Miter Saw Stand is designed to work with all brands of miter saws. Compact design and lightweight aluminum construction (29.8 lbs.) allows for easy transport and leg lock levers allow quick set up. 40" beam extends to support up to 10 ft. of material and up to 500 lbs.

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