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DEWALT

Model # D28715

Internet # 100634624

Store SKU # 533575

Store SO SKU # 1000897873

15 Amp 14 in. Cut-Off Saw

$199.00 /each

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DeWalt Hero
Feature 1

Big cutting power with 15 Amp, 5-1/2 HP motor

Feature 2

Fits materials in a range of sizes with QUIK-LOK vise

Feature 3

D-handle provides comfortable hand position, less user fatigue

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amperage

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15 amps

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max speed

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4,000 rpm

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cord length

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6 ft.

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Warranty

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3 year

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The DEWALT 4000 RPM 14 in. Cut-Off Saw provides power and overload capacity to maintain performance and durability on the industrial job site. It has an extra wide, solid-steel base that provides stability when cutting longer materials. The 5 in. round or 4-1/2 in. x 6-1/2 in. rectangle cutting capacity accommodates a wide variety of materials.

  • 15 Amp, 5-1/2 HP motor for powerful cutting action
  • QUIK-CHANGE blade change system for increased productivity by enabling you to change the wheels without having to use a wrench
  • QUIK-LOK vise that accommodates materials of a variety of sizes
  • Soft-start feature that helps extend the gear and motor's life by reducing startup torque
  • Adjustable 45 Degrees quikfence for fast and accurate angle cuts without having to use a wrench
  • Ergonomically designed D-handle that offers a comfortable hand position to help reduce user fatigue
  • Overload capacity to maintain performance and durability on the industrial job site
  • Adjustable spark guard that allows you to channel sparks
  • Easily accessible brushes for convenient servicing on the job to minimize downtime
  • 6 ft. cord length for an extended reach
  • 3-year limited manufacturer warranty
  • 1-year free service contract
  • 90-day money-back guarantee
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Diameter 
14 in 
Product Depth (in.) 
21 in 
Product Height (in.) 
15.75 in 
Product Width (in.) 
13 in 
Table Length (in.) 
21 
Table Width (in.) 
13 

Details

Amperage (amps) 
15 
Arbor Size 
1 In. 
Bench & Stationary Tool Type 
Chop Saw/Cut-Off Machine 
Bench or Stationary 
Bench 
Color Family 
Yellow 
Cord Length (ft.) 
Dust Collection Method 
None 
Maximum Cutting Thickness (in.) 
Maximum Speed (rpm) 
4000 
No Tool Blade Change 
Yes 
Power Tool Features 
No Additional Features 
Power Tool Product Type 
Bench & Stationary 
Product Weight (lb.) 
39 lb 
Reconditioned 
No 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Tools Product Type 
Power Tool 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
CSA Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Limited 3 Year Warranty / 1 Year Free Service Contract / 90 Day Money Back Guarantee 

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Do they sell a blade for this saw to cut wood?

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May 3, 2016
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This will be able to cut wood.
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Theoretically, you could put a 12" miter saw blade on it, since this saw has the same size 1" arbor as the wood miter saws. BUT, remember that this saw is not set up like a wood saw. Abrasive bladed saws like this metal chop saw have a clamp and table for cutting metal, and it makes a difference. Abrasive blades do not try to grab the material as bad as toothed wood blades. Wood saws have a full length Read More
Theoretically, you could put a 12" miter saw blade on it, since this saw has the same size 1" arbor as the wood miter saws. BUT, remember that this saw is not set up like a wood saw. Abrasive bladed saws like this metal chop saw have a clamp and table for cutting metal, and it makes a difference. Abrasive blades do not try to grab the material as bad as toothed wood blades. Wood saws have a full length back stop to push the wood against, and this minimizes binding and dangerous jamming issues. And while the metal chop saw does have a vise clamp, material could still try to jamb in it when using a toothed blade, especially if the table's miter clamp loosens up! -Then it will try to throw the material at you. There ARE toothed metal saws out there, but they are special saws that turn at slower speeds than the abrasive blade saws and wood miter saws, for this very reason.
SO, to answer your question in the strictest sense, yes, you could put a 12" miter blade on it and cut wood. Is it what this saw was designed for? Nope. For best results, you really need a saw for wood and one for metal. Keep in mind that trying the reverse of this (putting an abrasive blade on a wood saw) creates other problems, including the soft aluminum back stop and plastic table inserts being pitted, melted, and damaged by the hot metal sparks and heat from the blade... Miter saws should ideally be used for wood, and chop saws like this model should be used for metal. I have been both a professional metal and wood worker for over 30 years, and I have this saw as well as a DeWalt 12" double compound miter saw which I use for woodworking. Hope this helps! Read Less
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Is there a left handed model for this with the blade on the left side?

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April 25, 2016
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No there is not, not at this time.
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April 25, 2016
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No. If fact I have never seen one like that in 40 years of using these.
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Do they make a stand for this model?

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January 28, 2016
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot, Chad. There is not a stand for this particular saw, however you can view the DeWalt stands we carry that may suit your needs here:
http://www.homedepot.com/s/dewalt%2520stand?NCNI-5
We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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Can you cut 2x4 wood studs with this?

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Can I use this saw (perhaps with a different blade) to cut 2x4 wood studs? I know its intended for metal, which I need to cut as well, but also have a need to cut 2x4 wood studs. If it can do this, can you set the angle like to cut at 45 degrees?
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No, the DeWalt D28715 was not designed to cut wood, and I would not recommend do so.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 26 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Dealt tools I have picked up 4 of these in the past year and there already done. I like dealt tools but I'm having a lot of trouble with the chop saws and the wall lasers not lasting very long at all June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Typical DeWalt Chop saw is strong and cuts very easy. Typical DeWalt quality. Saw is light weight and portable. This is a very good saw for the price. June 14, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Decent saw for the price The Dewalt chop saw does a good job for the price,with this caution,throw away the dewalt blade and buy the Home Depot blade.Dewalt blade is to thin and will flex and bend as you try to cut metal,making a straight cut impossible,also take the time to square up the blade,after I did those things,saw cut just fine,as long as you dont force the blade. May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dewalt Cut-off-saw spend the little extra.. *******QUALITY IS PRICELESS******* December 8, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Total disappointment I have owned quite a few Dewalt power tools. Right out of the box I put a 1 1/2x 1 1/2 angle iron in the clamp and the front edge of the iron was lifted up a 1/16'' of an inch. The cut was not even straight!, when I tried to do a 45 degree cut, the blade flexed and actually cut through the base for a 1/2 inch!. UNBELIEVABLE! Another reviewer said the same thing, I thought he must of been forcing the cut...........NOPE!! The blade can be moved (flexed) over a 1/4 inch. It is not the blade that is flexing, but the mechanism that holds the blade. totally unexceptable!!!! Harbor Freight quality at best with Dewalt prices DONT DO IT< YOU"LL BE SORRY!!!!! June 5, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pretty Good Deal Bought this unit yesterday afternoon. Used it last night. I had to chop some 1.25" aluminum plate down to size. It seemed to take forever, I mean over an hour. So I stopped what I was doing, and looked at the abrasive wheel that came with the unit. It said, "General Purpose/Metal". So I swapped it out for another metal abrasive wheel that I bought at the same time. 4 minutes later I was done. Sigh. This is a practical unit, good value (so far), the fast clamp works well, about a twelve inch grip, but a lousy abrasive wheel. Buy some more wheels when you get this unit and you won't go wrong. They cost $5-6 each, well worth the extra cost! As a side note, the "owners manual" is one sheet of paper that you have to unfold like a puzzle. And it's printed in a micro-font. For old eyes like mine, very difficult to read! I gave it four stars because of the blade, not for anything else. August 31, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Professional saw I have one of these in my professional welding shop. We manufacture iron fence and driveway gates. I use it as my main saw. Most of our material is pre-cut when it arrives, but we need to make cuts for the custom work. It is the best saw for the money I found. Highly recommend it. August 19, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not what it's cut out to be I had been using a combination of a Hand/angle grinder with cut-off wheels, a jig saw with metal blades and a Sawzall and had decided it was time to purchase a good stationary tool for metal cutting. I went with the Dewalt because it was a good established name, had a good warranty, a strong motor, quick clamp system and would lock down and store on a shelf when not needed. I also purchased some extra Diablo brand cutting to supplement the blade that it came with. Upon the first use using the stock Dewalt blade I could tell that the blade/disk was out of round and not flat. I verified this with a large flat milled carpenters level. It was not true by 1/3"!! I removed the stock Dewalt blade and began using the Diablo Blade which was flat. I bought this for cutting tubing, piping and angle iron. My first cut(s) were of a 1' square hollow tube that was 1/8" thick. The cut would start out perpendicular but then skew away from the base/stand and giving me a cut that was angled as opposed to 90*. I asked some people about this and they said I was using too much pressure and to ease up. I went back and tried to cut some 2" angle iron that was again 1/8" thick. In keeping minimal pressure on the blade a single cut took several minutes and really heated up the metal. I thought there must be a happy medium so I used a little pressure and again received an angle cut and not a 90* cut. I put on my full face shield and really looked at blade while it was cutting and came to the conclusion that no matter the thickness Diablo blade I was using, any pressure would cause the blade to wander away from 90*. This was really upsetting to me and was ultimately what made me return the saw and pay the difference for the Milwaukee portable band saw (which I have since fallen in love with). My observation of the saw while I used it was that the motor was very good and quite strong. It had enough torque that if you pulled the saw down and pressed the trigger it would want to torque up and away from the item. The miter gauge is only to be used as a ball park estimator and was not to be trusted for exact angles. I enjoyed having the easy set lever on the miter gauge. I also liked the quick set arm for the vise but the vise was only good at holding material that was at least an inch tall. When making miter cuts the blade would wander like crazy unless the piece was exactly centered under the cutting blade. I didn't have any issue with the base being stamped steel instead of cast iron BUT if I had kept it I would have welded on a flat sheet of metal to the base because the base has those shallow and wide grooves that make it difficult to make smaller pieces perpendicular to the blade. The spark guard collected roughly 1/2 of the sparks emitted. This was the first and probably only chop saw I will buy. Not necessarily Dewalt's fault as this motor and some features are good but I could cut something faster and more accurate with a jig saw, cut-off wheel or Sawzall. If one of those wont do for you you would be much better off buying a portable or stationary band saw as I did. I would like to add that Home Depot is wonderful for letting me return this tool used (with the emailed receipt) and purchase the (more expensive) Milwaukee band saw, however they said they would have also given me a full refund had I wanted that instead. I am a repeat customer because of service like that! August 7, 2015
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