How to Use dw745

Can a DeWalt dw745 be used on a job site?

With the out feed table it really extends the functionality of the dw745 and other small job site saws quite a bit. Here is a shot of it set up in my shop when not in use on a job site.

Do you need a feed table for a dw745?

I use a rousseau stand that extends the rip capacity with a t style fence to 27” but can go further with extension tables. With the out feed table it really extends the functionality of the dw745 and other small job site saws quite a bit.

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

The DWE7485 also runs at a much higher 5800 RPM compared to the DW745’s 3800 RPM, which should lead to smoother cuts. To confuse things even more, there are five different versions of the 7485. There is the standard wired DWE7485. DWE stands for DeWalt Wired (what the E stands for, I don’t know!).

What's the difference between DeWalt dw745 and dwe7491 table saw?

But I’ve done some research, and I’ll do my best to explain the differences, so you can hopefully make some sense and pick the DeWalt table saw that fits you best! To start with the basics, all of DeWalt’s table saws are one of three basic models, namely the smaller DW745, the bigger DWE7491 / 7492, and the newest DWE7485.

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