Internet #203054778

Model #D24000

Store SO SKU #615826

10 in. Wet Tile Saw

  • Effectively cuts porcelain, stone
  • Integrated rail system ensures accurate cuts
  • Adjustable dual water nozzles
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Product Overview

The 10 in. Wet Tile Saw has a powerful 1.5 HP motor allowing for the saw to cut hard materials such as porcelain and stone. It includes a cantilevering rail/cart system allowing for 24 ripping capacity and 18 tile on the diagonal. The saw weighs 69 lbs. requiring only one person for transportation and set-up. The stainless steel rail system is integrated into the saw frame ensuring each cut is an accurate cut. Dual water nozzles can be adjusted for optimal water placement on the blade in order to minimize over-spray and mist. The D24000 includes: wet tile saw and 5 Gal. water pan.
  • Cantilevering rail/cart system allows for 24 in. ripping capacity - 18 in. tile on diagonal
  • Only 69 lbs. - allows one person to transport and set up tile saw
  • Stainless steel rail system is integrated into the saw frame, ensuring accurate cuts
  • Integrated 45/22.5° miter feature for quick angled cuts
  • Plunge feature allows the user to make quick plunge cuts for electrical outlets and A/C registers
  • Dual water nozzles can be adjusted for optimal water placement on blade in order to minimize over-spray and mist
  • Rear and side water attachments help contain water run-off and blade spray
  • Removable cutting cart for easy cleaning of tile saw
  • Compact tile saw frame allows for easy transport and storage in vehicle - 34 in. x 26 in.
  • 3-1/8 in. depth of cut allows for cutting of most V-cap and pavers
  • Powerful 1.5 HP motor will cut hard materials such as porcelain and stone
  • 5 Gal. water pan allows for quick tile saw set-up and break-down
  • Edge guide with 2-position 45° guide allows for easy line-up of corner cuts
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Blade size (in.)
Blade Thickness (in.)
Diameter (in.)
10 in
Product Depth (in.)
Product Height (in.)
Product Width (in.)
Table Length (in.)
Table Width (in.)


Amperage (amps)
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Drill Press/Mortiser Accessory
Blade Type
Construction Material
Cord Length (ft.)
Cordless/ Corded
Cuts Through
Deck material
Dust Collection Method
Horsepower (hp)
Included Accessories
Maximum Speed (rpm)
Maximum tile cut size diagonal (in.)
Maximum tile cut size rip (in.)
Product Weight (lb.)
PT Horsepower (Hp)
Saw Blade Material
Tile Saw Features
Bevel,Plunge,Water Tray
Tool Type
Wet Tile Saw
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Voltage (volts)

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
3 Year Limited Warranty 90 Day Money Back Guarantee 1 Year Free Service Contract

Questions & Answers


Why dont you sell the stand?

Asked by olddoityourselfer September 3, 2020

Please contact your local Home Depot for availability options.

Is it strong enough to cut pavers???

Asked by Camba September 3, 2020

Yes, the cutting capacity to rip cut 25 in. or 28 in. with a plunge and cut 18 in. x 18 in. tile on a diagonal.

Will it mount to a rolling stand like the table saws are bundled with?

Asked by bailie August 22, 2020

Yes. I wanted to buy the bundle, but it was unavailable when I was looking, so I just purchased this saw and the stand (DeWalt D24000) separately.

Do it cut brick?

Asked by Ang March 13, 2020

Yes, it'll cut brick fairly simple. The problem u'll ha e to when u try to cut something thicker than 4". Its a great saw and u'll have plenty of use out of it. (If u ever get tired of cutting brick and want to see something unusual, try cutting some bigger rock into shapes or just to play with the possibilites.

Is a blade included?

Asked by Jeff February 2, 2020

A blade was included. I think its a general purpose for ceramic and porcelain but I don't know about brick or concrete or glass tile.

where do I buy the stand?

Asked by Walter December 19, 2019

I special ordered the stand online when I special ordered the saw because neither were a stock item at any local Home Depot store. They were both shipped to my local store with free shipping and I picked them up.

What is the start up wattage for this tile saw?

Asked by DAVID December 3, 2018

Don’t know specifically, but figured you’re concerned with tripping a breaker. I use my saw off a 15amp circuit with no issues.

Do you have a stand with wheels for this saw

Asked by Sean June 18, 2018

Yes they do Model # D24000S Internet #203054774 has a included stand for about 100 dollars more

Does this saw fit the dewalt folding stand for miter saws?

Asked by Crew August 11, 2017

I would say no. There are simply notches in the bottom of the saw reservoir pan that fits the collapsible stand made for the saw. There would not be any mounting holes to attach to a typical mitre saw stand that I'm used to.

where do I buy sliding tray and water pan tile saw 24000 type 2

Asked by bob February 6, 2017
Answers You can likely get any part associated with the saw there.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
    out of 55 reviews
  • 87% recommend this product
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This saw is all as described and more! I bought this saw cause my smaller 8" saw could not cut 12...
This saw is all as described and more! I bought this saw cause my smaller 8" saw could not cut 12" tiles on the diagonal. This saw is capable of cutting much larger tiles. Its easy to setup and take down. I used the blade that came with the saw and it worked flawlessly. It cuts straight and square right out of the box. The actual saw is a bit cumbersome and heavy if you are not used to heavy objects. This is definitely a professional grade saw. It came highly recommended by a pro tile installer I know. I did take advice in regards to the pump in that I have a separate clean water 5 gallon bucket that pumps water to the saw reservoir then when needed, i empty the reservoir and fill bucket with clean water. This practice is to give the pump more longevity. When purchasing, DO NOT FORGET to order separately the support stand specifically made to fit the bottom of the saw reservoir pan. The saw box is huge making someone think the stand is in it but its not.
by Steve
D24000 is the ideal saw for an advanced DIYer
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] As an advanced DIYer, I found that tiling projects offered not only a functional outcome, like fixing a broken bathroom wall or floor, but an interesting artistic opportunity. When I replaced carpeting with a hardwood floor, I had the opportunity to improve the quality of the installation, but also to include designs or wood combinations that added interest to the project. I had put in tile floors using rental wet saws, and rentals simply did not accommodate my two-demand priority: functional and artistic. After a thorough read of tiling websites (including the well known and highly valuable John Bridge forum), the D24000 seemed to be a very highly regarded wet saw with lots of benefits. So I took the plunge (no pun) and rationalized I could pay for it by doing only a couple of modest projects. I have now had it for nearly a decade and have realized the accrued financial benefits as well as utility in a broad range of applications. My biggest project so far was a master bathroom project using porcelain tile on floor, walls, tub, and shower. This project included multiple tile sizes (up to 1'x2') and types, mosaic sheets, and decorative border sets (bathroom near final photo attached). The combinations required adjustments in cutting angles, depth adjustments, smoothing angular cuts, and other exotic ways to use a saw. I am not a professional, so learning on the D24000 was a straightforward and accessible goal. The standard cuts were easy, accurate, and clean without incident on the D24000. The rails were sturdily constructed leading to repeated accurate and smooth cuts. With porcelain, you will just need to change blades when see tipping beginning to occur. Once the rails were set, repeated cuts were remarkably accurate. Water control was so well controlled compared to "professional" rental units. Even with a relatively large footprint, it was easy to fit in the bathroom being renovated (on the DeWalt stand) and easily moved about room through the project, and portable enough to carry (even for someone in their 60s). The excellent water control meant that using it in the room did not create problem wet areas. There were no anomalies of operation and a quality product from DeWalt. Even after ten years, there are no signs of wear or fatigue in construction. Since I have two more bathrooms to re-do, it is somewhat surprising that I am looking forward to the sheer delight in using the D24000. It was well worth the financial investment even for a DIYer (especially if you have multiple projects where you want quality outcomes). No guarantee on our design elements, but they will be unique, for sure. Thank you DeWalt!
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The only defect is the weight of the saw...
The only defect is the weight of the saw
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The saw overall is made with durable materials and has...
The saw overall is made with durable materials and has all of the necessary features you need for tiling work. Compared to the Ridgid R4092, you can tell it's much more heavy duty. Even doing a few test cuts, you can tell the motor is much more powerful. However, I've received two units that have had visible blade wobble that is translated into the cut on the tile. You can see the cut line is "flared out" as the blade first enters the tile. Tried 2 other brand 10" blades and same issue. Took a long time to get a hold of Dewalt support and their best option was ship it to a service center or return it to the store. Where's the quality control?
by db
Response from DewaltProductExpertOct 1, 2020
We appreciate your feedback on the D24000and are sorry to hear about the issue you are having with your product. This is not the kind of performance we expect from our products and would like to speak to you about this issue so we can assist you in resolving this to your satisfaction. Please contact support at 800-544-6986 reference case #12379283. We look forward to hearing from you.
Thank you
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Good piece of equipment...
Good piece of equipment
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