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DeWalt : Heavy-Duty 14″ Multi-Cutter Saw DW872

May 8, 2012

The DeWaltDW872 Heavy-Duty 14” Multi-Cutter  Saw is a strong multi-cutter that offers you a ton of options and versatility, by performing cuts in a wide variety of materials, which include ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Ferrous metals meaning a metal or alloy that has some iron in it and will become magnetized and stick, when put in close proximity to a magnet, a non-ferrous metal simply put  is a term to describe metal that has no iron and is not easily magnetized. The DW872 utilizes durable carbide tipped blades aiding in the depth of cut, keeping it constant and continuous throughout the blades life span. The Multi-Cutter DW872 earns its heavy-duty title in its ability to make cuts 4 times faster than the leading chop saws and 8 times swifter than a portable band saw using a 2″ x 2″ x 1/4″ angle iron.

The DW872 features a 14″ 70-tooth carbide tipped blade, which delivers a lower cost-per-cut compared to cutting with abrasive wheels, and is specially designed with carbide teeth that offer a fast, precise, and virtually burr-free cut, this cuts down on the time it takes to prepare for grinding and provides finished cuts that are cool to your finger tips. The DeWalt DW872 is currently the largest in overall capacity in its class, with even more increased capacity than a deep-cut portable band saw, thus allowing you to cut a wider variety of differing sized materials for extensive applications. An ergonomically designed horizontal handle keeps your wrist in a comfortable position in order to help decrease user fatigue and increase your daily productivity.

Included in the DeWalt DW872 Heavy-Duty 14” Multi-Cutter Saw is a whopping 15.0 AC/DC Amps, a no load speed of 1300 RPM’s. A strong 14″ carbide tipped blade, a wrench, and a vertical clamp.

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