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Model #DCS7485T1-EB

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FLEXVOLT 60-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushless 8-1/4 in. Table Saw Kit with (2) FLEXVOLT Batteries & Charger

  • (2) FLEXVOLT (6Ah at 20-Volt or 2Ah at 60V) Battery, Charger
  • 24" of Rip capacity for ripping 4x8 plywood or osb sheets
  • On-board storage for guard, fence and wrenches and miter gauge
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Product Overview

The DCS7485T1 60-Volt MAX eight 1/4 in. table saw is maximized for accuracy, capacity and runtime. The brushless motor delivers the power to cut all common materials, the rack and pinion fence allows for fast, easy adjustments and provides the capacity to rip 4x8 sheet goods. The DCS7485T1 comes with one 60-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion battery and fast charger.
  • Rack and pinion telescoping fence rails make fence adjustments smooth and accurate
  • 24 in. of rip capacity for ripping 4x8 plywood or OSB sheets
  • Run off of 20-Volt/60-Volt FLEXVOLT battery system for maximum portability
  • Tool free adjustment of the guarding
  • Power-loss reset prevents accidental re-starts following a power disruption when the switch is left in the on position
  • Metal roll cage base offer greater durability than plastic bases
  • On-board storage for guard, fence and wrenches and miter gauge
  • Table coating reduces friction for smoother cutting
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Price
$49900
$49900
$59900
$64900
Ratings
(200)
(203)
(375)
(402)
Cordless/ CordedCordlessCordlessCordlessCordless
Rip Capacity - Right2424.5 in24.5 in24.5 in
Work Table Surfacein. x in.in. x in.in. x in.in. x in.
Cuts ThroughMetal,WoodWoodWoodWood
Blade Diameter (in.)8-1/48-1/48-1/48-1/4
Included AccessoriesStandStand,Tool OnlyChargerAllen Key/Wrench,Anti-Kickback Prawl,Charger,Stand
Power Tool FeaturesBlade Guard SystemBlade Guard System,Lockout Power SwitchBlade Guard System,Lockout Power SwitchBlade Guard System,Lockout Power Switch,Stand Included
Blade LocationCenteredCenteredCenteredCentered
Table Tilt Left Max (degrees)45000
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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum Cut Depth @ 90 Deg.
2.5
Product Depth (in.)
26.75
Product Height (in.)
27.25
Product Width (in.)
14.188
Work Table Surface
in. x in.

Details

Amperage (amps)
0
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Table Saw
Blade Diameter (in.)
8-1/4
Blade Location
Centered
Blade Speed
5800
Color Family
Yellow
Condition
New
Construction Material
Metal
Cord Length (ft.)
0
Cordless/ Corded
Cordless
Cuts Through
Metal,Wood
Depth Control
Adjustable
Horsepower (hp)
0
Included Accessories
Stand
Maximum Cut Depth @ 45 Deg.
1.75
Power Tool Features
Blade Guard System
Product Weight (lb.)
58.54
PT Horsepower (Hp)
1-1/4
Returnable
180-Day
Rip Capacity - Left
12
Rip Capacity - Right
24
Table Tilt Left Max (degrees)
45
Table Tilt Right Max (degrees)
45
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
3 Year Limited Warranty1 Year Free Service Contract90 Day Money Back Guarantee

Questions & Answers

58Questions64Answers

Can you use the 120 volt adapter with this saw

Asked by SNR October 10, 2016
7
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No

Come with shown battery? Charger?

Asked by Hootzdog August 23, 2016
7
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Yes

Can it use the corded adapter like the sliding saw if needed

Asked by Bud January 8, 2017
7
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NO.

I would like to know if the Diablo blade, 8 1/4", with a kerf of 0.094, will work on this table s...

Asked by Petros May 19, 2017
7
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Yes.

Can you get a corded option

Asked by Apridmor November 13, 2016
7
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I don't think so.

Can this be stored sideways? I am planning on buying the DWE74911 stand and leave it attached wit...

Asked by Archie November 22, 2017
6
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Yes

Does it come with a stand

Asked by DewaltGuy July 2, 2016
6
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It does not

The charger is Bi-Volts 110V/220V?

Asked by SERGIO December 5, 2017
6
Answers

Just 120

How loud is it? Anyone able to measure dB?

Asked by Jefe November 14, 2017
6
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With the brushless motor, it is much quiter than the plug in models

How long will the battery last on a full charge?

Asked by POSTpackship March 2, 2019
5
Answers

It all depends on what your using it for, but I have 2 larger batteries, and I can work continuously, because if one runs out, stick it in the charger, and it’s easily charged long before I need it.

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What a fantastic tablesaw. Light weight and compact. The dust...
What a fantastic tablesaw. Light weight and compact. The dust collection is fantastic. I really like the battery power vs. dragging around a bunch of cords. If there was one knock, that would have to be that it’s not multi-power meaning battery and a plug-in option.
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Awesome saw wish it was a little lighter but then it wouldn't be as well built right
Awesome saw wish it was a little lighter but then it wouldn't be as well built right
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Super easy to use. Great safety features. Fully loaded very nice unit. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
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This is a great setup!! Ripping 2 x 4's lengthwise was a breeze. I was shocked.
This is a great setup!! Ripping 2 x 4's lengthwise was a breeze. I was shocked.
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I had such great results from my Cordless Dewalt Miter Saw I didnt hesitate to look at their Cord...
I had such great results from my Cordless Dewalt Miter Saw I didnt hesitate to look at their Cordless Table Saw. Overall works great! I haven't had to swap batteries yet. I'm building a deck currently.. then on to aquarium cabinets.. This deal was great with the 2 batteries and charger for only $120 more than the bare saw! Also had and HD coupon so I couldn't pass it up!
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This table saw is awesome! Very light for a saw of this kind, cuts are clean and fast. Would defi...
This table saw is awesome! Very light for a saw of this kind, cuts are clean and fast. Would definitely recommend to someone looking for a table saw.
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I had been looking at the various brands and models of portable table saws for about a year. Hon...
I had been looking at the various brands and models of portable table saws for about a year. Honestly, this saw has the best of all the worlds; cordless capability with the quality of Dewalt. The miter gauge is kind of cheesy, but other than that, this saw awesome. I mounted this to the Dewalt portable rolling stand too. The combination works great! If you're shopping for a small, portable table saw, forget the 15A corded ones. Spend the few extra dollars and buy this one. You won't regret it.
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I'm a union professional carpenter with 10 years of experience, and my range of work is primarily...
I'm a union professional carpenter with 10 years of experience, and my range of work is primarily commercial. I used the corded version of this saw for the last couple of years, and it has to be my favorite jobsite saw. After the last job, which required a lot of moving of cut stations and crossing over cords, I began to see a lot of potential for cordless stationary tools like a tablesaw or a chopsaw. So today I got to put the saw through its first test, cutting up panels for cabinet drawer faces and cabinet doors. I made about 24 cuts with the 6AH battery, and noticed that after about 30% depletion, the saw began to sound like it got a little less power. Checking the battery, it still had plenty of juice. I swapped it for a 9AH battery 3/4 of the way through and noticed it sounded reved up the way it needed to be. The blade was not very impressive for finish work. I noticed that it had more tear out than I'd like. I didn't run with the guard on, but the guard seemed to be an exact match of its older brother, very easy to put on and off (and the splitter is easily adjustable as well). I checked the saw table right out of the box for straightness, and it seems like its a little bit out.. almost 1/16. This probably is just fine for residential and commercial contractor purposes (including finish work), but if you are planning on doing fine wood work with this--I don't think this is the saw for you. The flip down fence has some sharp edges, and I noticed that it was scratching my panels. Those are going to have to get gently filed down a little with an aluminum file. My greatest pet peeve of the saw was the On/OFF switch, which is different than the chorded version. In the chorded version you simply pull up the red lever to turn on, and push down to turn off. Here, it is a button system similar to big stationary saws. There are two ON OFF buttons and the lever is more of a safety cover. The problem is its a little bit of a pain to turn on if you're doing lots of cuts, and the lever can easily turn the saw off just by being dropped on its own to fall down. At first I thought there was some kind of issue with the saw, but you have to gently let the lever down. I prefer the old switch. Out of the box, there's been some improvements to its bigger brother. The saw is lighter, it has no chords, and the fence extends out to a full 24 inches instead of 23.5 (something that always annoyed me). The holes for mounting the saw to a stand are different, 1/4" instead of 5/16", so if you buy a dewalt table saw stand you may need to go to the store and buy 5 bucks of bolts, nuts and washers (I use stainless for weather.. it rains all the time here). The battery is the smaller 6AH battery, which isn't worthless, but a 9AH performs significantly longer. The cells are higher quality. Always remember, bigger batteries not only have better electrical capacity, but better electrical efficiency. All tool companies use cheaper cells on small batteries. There seems to be plenty of power for small workloads, but this tool doesn't strike me as nearly as powerful as its bigger brother. I cannot imagine this thing being on all day long and keeping up in a head to head competition. If you are running a jobsite, you need a corded table saw. I see this saw as more of an auxillary saw. Its nice for small, light duty jobs like residential trim or punchlist. The demands for commercial construction seem to favor corded tools for now. Moving this saw around was really nice. I never realized how much of a chore it is to roll out a 25' chord for a few cuts. Need to move it to a different spot? no problem! I thought about the saw size on this saw and it definitely doesn't hinder my work. I don't think most people are going to use this kind of saw for cutting anything more than 2" thick material, so don't let the blade size drive you away. How often do you use the full height of a jobsite blade anyway? So Pros: Cordless (really convenient for moving around from place to place), more fence extension, quiet, light weight. Comes with a fast charger. Fence stores on board. Comes with blade installed ready to go. Cons: Saw table is not machined flat. Only one guide dado making sleds that ride guides almost impossible. The saw comes with a 6AH battery instead of a 9AH. Bolt holes don't match the bolts for the table saw stand. Fence has some sharp edges that need to be sanded or filed for finish work. power seems a little exaggerated by Dewalt. Really awful switch redesign. The takeaway: This job is more than adequate for light duty work, odd jobs, homeowners, handymen, punchlist guys, jobs that require moving saws around. For a contractor who needs to cut material all day long at times, this saw is not the tool. Its nice to have, but its designed for a cut here and there.. not ripping up bunks of material. Pick up a 9AH battery or the corded adapter for it. **85%**
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Great table saw but you will probably need another batter
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This table saw is powerful and precise. Exactly what I needed for DIY projects. The battery is as powerful as the cord but on my first project, about 15 six to eight foot long cuts drained it by 2/3 so if you are a pro or doing a larger project, have more batteries on hand. I used the saw to make a mold for a concrete countertop I poured. It cut the melamine board like butter and I was pleased with every cut. The saw is 56 lbs but I can still comfortably carry it around. The rack and pinnion fence is great. The fence was often more accurate than my tape measure and it stays put. For safety, I removed the battery whenever transporting it or when making blade adjustments. It is a bit of a learning curve without the cord. Speaking of safety, the saw has several features I noticed. One the blade stops within a second after you turn the saw off and two, the off button is very sensitive. The guard for the button will turn the saw off when you drop it down. This was a bit of a nuisance as I needed to gently drop the guard down. The push bar is great as well. Most of the saw dust exited the bottom port so I see a shop vac working well there. The FlexVolt battery is pretty awesome as I can use it with 60 and 20 volt tools. My only gripe with the saw is that I wish it had a corded option. The battery is powerful and the portability great. But you never know when you'll need a cord.
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I purchased this at my local home depot today and have been playing with it ever since its awesome I cant believe its finally here only time will tell if its all I hoped it would be but so far it seems like a winner!
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