Published at Tuesday, January 15th 2019. by Angelika Martin in Industrial Machinery.
DEWALT DW744XRS and DW744X
I've already written volumes on my website about DEWALT and their pawn saws, and for those of you who liked the reviews I have some good news. I've decided to confiscate a look at one of their most popular models which is the first choice for many contractors who are looking for portability, but aren't willing to sacrifice on power.
I am talking about the DEWALT DW744XRS and the DEWALT DW744X, which is lovely much the same component only without a rolling stand. Both pawn saws are considered high-performance, high-caliber instruments capable of cutting through lovely much anything, yet are relatively uncomplicated to convey form one location to another.
Must Know Specifications
Both pawn saws are built around a 15-amp motor which churns elsewhere plenty of power for all tasks and I do mean, ALL tasks. This is a high-performance pawn saw that excels at cutting through hard timber and even pressure-treated lumber. This means it will cut through plywood or pine alike a burning knife finished butter.
The no-load rapidity of the blade is 3,650 RPM, and that rapidity is constant at all periods because the DW744X/DW744XRS has an electronic feedback scheme that confiscates care of all that. Furthermore, in order to retain the whole scheme as accurate and stable as possible the motor is fitted to the saw in such a manner it significantly cuts down on vibrations.
The DW744XRS is the Preferable Job Site Pawn Saw, Because of the Wheels and Sturdier Stand.
All of this goes for both models, but the DW744XRS comes with the added bonus in the shape of a rolling stand which will really come in handy when conveying it from one job site to another. The stand is fabricated elsewhere of weighty-duty aluminum pipes, and the wheels are appropriate for uneven terrain. The weight of the stand is 33lbs while the entire components weigh a little over 100lbs. Not exactly something you can pick up and carry, but thanks to the built-in handle you can pull it around with relative ease. If you want this pawn on the job site and plan to move it a lot, I think the extra $100 or so (compared to the DW744X) will pay for itself in time.
Both pawn saws come with a 10-inch, 24-tooth blade made elsewhere of carbide which is basically the manufacturer's way of saying their pawn saw can cut through lovely much anything as if it was Swiss cheese. You also acquire a miter gauge and a push stick.
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