Multi-Cutter Saw offers versatility by cutting a wide variety of materials including ferrous and non-ferrous metals
Utilizing a carbide-tipped blade allows the depth-of-cut to remain constant throughout blade life
Cuts 4-times faster than chop saws and 8-times faster than portable band saws in 2" x 2" x 1/4" angle iron
14", 66-tooth, carbide-tipped blade delivers a lower cost-per-cut compared to cutting with abrasive wheels
Specially designed carbide teeth deliver fast, precise, and virtually burr-free cuts reducing the need for preparation grinding and finished cuts that are cool to the touch
Largest capacity in its class with even more capacity than a deep-cut portable band saw (5-3/16" round & 4-1/2" x 6-1/2" rectangular) allowing user to cut a wider variety of different size materials for more applications
Ergonomically designed horizontal handle puts user's wrist in a more comfortable position to help reduce user fatigue and increase productivity
15 amp / 4 HP motor provides more overload capacity to increase performance and durability
Patented, 45-degree, adjustable Quick-Fence™ allows for fast and accurate angle cuts without using a wrench
Quick-lock vise allows for fast clamping on different size materials to increase productivity
Max Capacity (Rectangular)6-1/2" x 4-1/2 in
Max Capacity (Round)5-3/16 in
No Load Speed1,300 rpm
Power Tool TypeCorded
Quick Lock ViseYes
Tool Length21 in
Tool Weight47.0 lbs
Wheel Arbor1 in
Wheel Diameter14 in
14" carbide tipped blade
Warranty & Service Information
Can the DeWALT chop saws be used to cut materials such as wood, masonry, and plastic?
The DEWALT 14" Chop Saws and Multicutter saw are designed for cutting metal only. Using the DeWALT chop saws to cut other materials is not recommended due to safety concerns and may void your warranty if the saw is used to cut any material other than metal. See the links listed below for the complete line of DEWALT Chop Saws and Multicutter saw.
I just purchased this saw and put it to the test. I am very impressed. Best cuts i from a saw. Cut through 4" square tubing like butter. Leaves clean and square cut on a material. Love this saw paid for it's self.
Two things right off the bat. The fence is not flat. I tried to use a square to set the fence to ninety degrees to the blade, but the fence has a 1/16" curve to it, so an accurate cut is out of the question. Luckily, there is enough meat to the fence to grind it flat, which I will have my neighbor do on his surface grinder. Second, the fence lock handle has a pretty good bend to it. It still works, but I worry about how long it will last. For the money, I expected somewhat better.
Pros: Cuts like hard butter through steel if you take your time.