D24000S Dewalt Tile Saw & Stand
Dewalt D24000S Tile Saw and Stand
The D24000 tile saw features a smooth conveyor cart system that allows for 24" rip cuts and 18'' diagonal cuts on porcelain tile. This saw cuts accurately, consistently, and angled cuts are easy with the integrated 45/22.5° miter feature. The saw also features a plunge-cutting head to quickly adjust to material height and application. Corner cuts are easily lined up using the edge guide with 2-position 45 degree guide. The heavy-duty 1-1/2 HP, 15A motor cuts though hard materials like tile, marble and granite with ease
Ratings & Reviews
DeWalt Saw A Cut Above
by 7DYWKND -
I love this saw! Been using an old rental that we had purchased and the Dewalt is like switching to a Mercedes Benz from a Pinto! Does everything it says it can do. The only drawback is that the slider tray has a groove towards the back edge that makes some cuts tricky to make as I was having problems with some countertop edging tiles falling into the groove. Don't waste your money on anything else - you get what you pay for! Quit thinking about it, put it in your cart and buy it now!
Couldn't be happier with another product
by Aaron Foreman -
Remarkable wet saw. Still amazed at the price I paid for such a profound product.
Low price, big help!
by John Wall -
I use this saw to cut tile for myself, my friends, and my family. It is easy to use, cuts the sizes I need it to, and was well worth the money. The lowest price dewalt d24000 I could find on the web! After the salesperson helped me with some technical info, i was all set.
Great for the price
by Dieter Schaefer -
Purchased this saw specifically for a home project that involved cutting 18x18 inch porcellain tiles - price was a major factor in the decision to purchase this particular. Initial setup and alignment are a breeze- just watch your fingers when folding the stand. While working with the saw, a few shortcomings became obvious - the table could be longer or use a back extension to fully support 18x18 in tiles placed diagoanally . The angle/rip guide is too short and has too much play when used in the 45-degree position; for large tiles, a longer and locking guide would be welcome. The water delivery system has it's quirks - a valve instead of the pinch clamp would be nice to control volume better and the dual system often diverts water to mostly one spout or away from the blade. All in all, well worth the money I spent on it.
Great saw, but some reliability issues.
by cabcallaway -
I bought one and loved it so much that I bought another a month later. The second saw had something wrong from the beginning....real loud and shaky. I used it for two weeks and had to take it for repairs....bad bearing but covered under warranty. I have owned many saws including MK, Rigid, Rubi, Imer, Gundlach, Felker and Raimondi and none of those saws have had better accuracy, speed of cut and water management systems all in one. Many of them cost much, much more than the DeWalt. If it happens to throw a bearing more often than normal, then I figure I'm still ahead of the game overall, even after repairs. If I have two saws set up on a large tile job, everyone wants to use the DeWalt and the other saw just sits there and rusts! If it weren't for the reliability issue, it would get 5 stars.
by Marc DeFrancesco -
I researched a long time and read a lot of reviews before making a decision to buy this saw and it was definitely worth the effort. For my first project I needed to cut 1/2" marble tiles; not only was I able to make precise cuts but the cuts were so clean I was able to minimize waste by using extra pieces to make edge trim. I'm a big fan.