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Model #D24000S

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10 in. Wet Tile Saw with Stand

  • Powerful 1.5 HP motor easily cuts through tough materials
  • Stainless steel rail system ensures each cut is accurate
  • Adjustable dual water nozzles for optimal water placement
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Product Overview

The D24000S 10 in. Wet Tile Saw with Stand 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 saw includes a stand that adjusts to four height positions for user comfort. The D24000S includes: wet tile saw, blade, stand 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 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 can be placed on saw to catch overspray from large tile - keeping the water in the pan
  • Removable cutting cart for easy cleaning, includes folding stand
  • Compact 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 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 set-up and break-down
  • Edge guide with 2-position 45° guide allows for easy line-up of corner cuts
  • Blade included
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Blade size (in.)
Blade Thickness (in.)
Diameter (in.)
Product Depth (in.)
36 in
Product Height (in.)
20.4 in
Product Width (in.)
29.2 in
Table Length (in.)
Table Width (in.)


Amperage (amps)
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Tile Wet Saw
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.)
155 lb
PT Horsepower (Hp)
Saw Blade Material
Tile Saw Features
Bevel,Plunge,Stand,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


Whats the lrgest size of tile that i can cut with this saw

Asked by Dalio October 11, 2020

24" is the recommended largest size square tile because the reach of the blade to the support column is about 13". Having said that if you figure out a way to work with a longer tile that would be lifted by the back lip of the sliding table you could rip up to 12-1/2" off a tile longer than 24" but you wouldn't be ale to split tiles in half larger than 24". The Dewalt Model# DWC860W Wet Tile Circular Saw is a better choice.

what size is the hose from the pump to the blade

Asked by john October 1, 2020

Hi. Just looked at my saw that is about 2 years old. It looks like thin wall pvc tubing. The ID is 1/4 inch. OD is 3/8 inch

Is it normal for the saw blade to wiggle/vibrate slightly? not a lot maybe a 1/32 of an inch? -My...

Asked by fred September 8, 2020

No, you ought to replace the damaged blade!

Will this saw cut a 36 inch marble tile?

Asked by Jose April 8, 2019

If it is 36"x36", the answer is "no". One of the dimensions should be 24" or less!

Could you rip 48" tiles with this saw? If so, how? The specs say that you can rip up to 24" tile....

Asked by SMoore December 18, 2018

It depends but there are wet tile circular saws available for large format cuts. The Dewalt D2400 has a max reach of just about 13" so they state you can rip a 24" tile in half. To rip a few inches off a larger tile the long direction is possible in theory but not recommended. It would cause water to run off the piece to the floor and would require two people not to mention potentially causing damage to the saw itself. The Dewalt Model# DWC860W Wet Tile Circular Saw is a better option.

What is the startup wattage for DeWalt D24000?

Asked by DAVID December 2, 2018


Is this saw available to rent? If yes, what would it cost to rent by the day?

Asked by Mac July 26, 2018

call a local tool rental shop

Can I fit a profile wheel in the housing to make my own bullnose?

Asked by Bryan May 17, 2018

It takes blades that fit a standard 5/8" arbor and spins at 4200 RPM. The outer half of the blade guard comes off very easily (you have to remove it to change blades). I added some photos. There is not a lot of extra length to the shaft. You could probably remove the stiffener plate - and that might get you 3/8" to 1/2" total thickness.

Will this saw cut a standard brick paver (full brick)? And how easily does it do it? Has anyone u...

Asked by RWilliams April 9, 2018

yes. like butter

Which blade does the saw come with? Is it the DW4761 ceramic or DW4762 porcelain ?

Asked by JimF March 1, 2018

I have owned my saw for about 2 years. Mine came with a DW4764 blade that is labelled as XP4 (abrasive) for use with Ceramic, Porcelain, Granite and Slate

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.8
    out of 110 reviews
  • 95% recommend this product
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Great Saw —Probably More than I need
Great saw, probably much more than I need, but I have 4 tile projects to do in my house. It cut through 12x24 porcelain tile like a hot knife through butter. Everything was square out of the box, set up was a breeze. The saw made my cuts look like a pro did them.
by jrb_229
I bought the Dewalt D2400 10" Wet Tile Saw because I have numerous projects planned and was tired...
I bought the Dewalt D2400 10" Wet Tile Saw because I have numerous projects planned and was tired of renting or borrowing saws. The saws quality and capacity to cut larger tiles were features that made the choice to buy Dewalt an easy one. I just completed a small ceramic tile floor and it exceeded my expectations as far as ease of set up and how easily it tucked aside for the night in the garage. The dust control water tubes for the saw blade are adjustable which was very helpful and safe to swing out and back mid cut. There are a lot of comments about recycling the water versus setting up a clean water system. I am used to letting the water recycle and don't have concerns because the sediment settles while you cut and by the next morning the sediment from the previous day settles down permanently. The large pan with this Dewalt saw makes a difference compared to smaller saws where the water clouds up more during use. Attaching the right side and back spray pans is easy without tools which I like because I remove them and wipe them down at the end of the day. The sliding table is smooth and the rails just need a quick wipe down at the end of the day. The straight cuts were dead on accurate front to back. The extension table and 45 degree angle fence are nice options although several of my cuts were at odd angles where I did not need the provided 45 degree fence. The rubber table surface is sticky enough to hold tile in place during odd angle cuts. The blade provided with the saw was good for the basic 12" ceramic tile I installed and caused no chipping or rough edges after 40 cuts. I ordered the Dewalt D24001 stand separately to save a few bucks at the time and highly recommend the Dewalt stand as it is sturdy and adjustable. The feet on the stand have holes to add casters directly or for attaching to a plywood base with larger casters. Keep the original box to store the stand in as the stand folds up easily and can be placed in the box upside down. The cost is recoverable in less than three smaller jobs or one or two larger jobs. I have dozens of Dewalt 20V and 60V cordless and some larger corded power tools so my expectations for this wet tile saw were met. I expect high quality and safety in all Dewalt products and the D2400 wet tile saw is up to the task.
by jayjaspersgarageonebay
A+ performance, but...
I have owned this unit for 1.5 years. I am working in my 4th bathroom project with it. The performance and cutting tollerance is excellent however today one of the bearing studs snapped. This throws off the saws ablity to cut 24” pieces. This puts me in a jam to finish my project.
by Crashton
Great saw/great job
Tired of playing games with a substandard tiles saw. Shopped around and looked at a lot of products. Many reviews stated "I should have bought the DeWalt" I finally pulled the trigger and I'm glad I did. My sons used the saw and commented on how much better it is than the old table saw I was using. A little bit of to set up. Easy to take down afterwards to clean. I especially like the removable plastic trays below the sliding table. They are keyholed and held in place with allen bolts. All you do is squeeze one end slightly and pull forward and the tray comes off. All the debris that accumulates in there doesn't go into the water tray for the pump to suck up. All the reviews I looked at didn't mention this but I think it is a great idea and they made it so easy to service when you slide off the table.
by TopTech
The Dewalt 10" wet saw is the best saw on...
The Dewalt 10" wet saw is the best saw on the market right now & has been for awhile. The iQTS244 10" Dry Cut Saw would of been my first choice, which Home Depot does not sell. But with a price point of the iQ at $1,590.00 made the Dewalt mine. Waited 30 days to long for in store pick up !
by Smith
Our Favorite Wet Saw EVER
What's Great About this Saw: - I've gotten smooth cuts on ceramic, porcelain, and even non-gauged slate tiles. There's plenty for power for all of it. The cuts were accurate. - One of the best features is the phenomenal rail system. The tray moves back and forth extremely smoothly. It allows for a much safer way to cut for pro's and especially DIYs. It is also steel and seems very high quality. - You can easily make miter cuts. There are pre-cut out grooves in the rail tray and the saw tilts with 22.5 and 45 degree cut indicators. I had someone who had never used a wet saw before make a miter cut and there were able to easily do it with no assistance. It is that easy and effortless. - The saw also moves up and down for plunge cuts for outlet cut outs. This saw allowed for the easiest plunge cuts we've ever done. - Clean up was a breeze and no water ended up on the floor. Believe it or not, the side and back trays caught all the excess spray. You just pull the plug in the water tray and your water drains below into a bucket. Cons: - It is expensive. - It does not have a laser guide. No biggie, but I'm surprised a saw with this many features didn't have one. - The saw and tray does not screw into the stand anywhere. It just sits on top of it. We were concerned at first about this, but with use it is apparent that it is sturdy even without this. Not really a con, but worth mentioning. Overall, I would recommend this saw to pro's and even those new to tiling mostly because I feel the dependable rail system allows for a great safety feature that manually pushing tile through a saw does not have. This saw will do just about everything that you might need.
by KatieKat
5 people found this helpful
Worth the money, quality, heavy, no need to buy any other saw!
I have done tile work before but always hired tile contractors for the big jobs, i.e., shower/shower pan. I have had great experience with Dewalt tools, so after frustration over my last bathroom tile job, I decided to get this saw for the complete redo of our house. Because of the size of the project and the duration, it was cheaper to buy a saw than to rent. First, this saw is heavy, not inordinately but I needed my husband's help to set it up on the stand. Also, make sure that you set it up where you want because the stand is stationary (no wheels). Again, not a negative, but an FYI. The quality of the saw is impressive. For someone like myself who does a whole house remodel every couple of years, I don't see the need to buy another saw. The saw works on 18" tiles and is very easy to use (even without readying the manual ;-). It cuts great - on both ceramic and porcelain tile. The other tile saws I used, I always seemed to get wet, not the case with this saw. An added bonus since I was doing tile work on a covered porch in 40 degree weather! Also, other saws I rented only had a single water line going to the blade, this one has two. I would assume that this will help it from getting hot and wearing out. Based on the price and capabilities, and if you are like me on usage, I would recommend this over a smaller or larger saw. The saw is as pictured and here is the shower I did with it.
by Franztini
7 people found this helpful
Great saw.....Period.
I have been installing tile professionally for about 20 years. This saw is by far the best I have owned so far...and I had a Felker Tilemaster before this one. The weight of the saw is one of many things that sets it apart from the other saws out there.
by Avsfan
22 people found this helpful
by Carlos
Very easy to put together. Cut stone and glass tiles...
Very easy to put together. Cut stone and glass tiles with ease and kept dust to an absolute minimum. Cleaning the saw and emptying the trays was a breeze. Very happy with this purchase.
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