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DeWALT 15A 10" DWE7480 Table Saw $300 +tax FS CPO Outlets $299.99

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CPO Outlets has the DeWALT 15A 10" DWE7480 Table Saw $299.99 +tax

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Priced at $349 less $50 off this item Discount applied in cart. Shipping is free for items over $199.

This is only $20 more than the reconditioned item.

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About $40 cheaper than Amazon. Not a bad price but I think I am going to wait until black Friday or around that time.

Still not sure what the difference is between this and the DW745 other than 1k more RPMs.
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About $40 cheaper than Amazon. Not a bad price but I think I am going to wait until black Friday or around that time.

Still not sure what the difference is between this and the DW745 other than 1k more RPMs.
I think the difference between the DW745 and DWE7480 is the rip capacity and the rack and pinion fence rails.
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Screw this seller. Cancelled my last order and zero customer service.
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Screw this seller. Cancelled my last order and zero customer service.
What was the reason for cancellation?

My order for the reconditioned one arrived today.
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Can we cut meat and bones with this saw, just like butcher saw?
No, But this will work

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FYI - can't use a dado with this one.
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FYI - can't use a dado with this one.
I'll be able to use my router for any dado cuts that a dado saw can do right? Or am I missing something?
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I'll be able to use my router for any dado cuts that a dado saw can do right? Or am I missing something?
A router and a straight edge will get you good results. While not recommended you can stack 2 regular blades on the arbor, or do I saw on YouTube.

I have the 745. It lacks the rip capacity but does, indeed, have the rack and pinion fence. Good saw.
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I'll be able to use my router for any dado cuts that a dado saw can do right? Or am I missing something?
How often do people really need to cut a dado on their portable job-site table saws? But if you do need a dado for some reason, just use your router or multiple passes with the table saw or circular saw. I have a couple of nice full size saws but only take the time to swap in a dado stack if I'm doing a heckuva lot of them, so I wouldn't put much stock in the non-dado criticisms of these little job-site saws.
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How often do people really need to cut a dado on their portable job-site table saws? But if you do need a dado for some reason, just use your router or multiple passes with the table saw or circular saw. I have a couple of nice full size saws but only take the time to swap in a dado stack if I'm doing a heckuva lot of them, so I wouldn't put much stock in the non-dado criticisms of these little job-site saws.
I own a trim carpentry business and it is about once a month that I need to cut a dado. It is mostly to build fake beams, but when I need to do it, i drag out my slightly bigger DW744? dewalt saw.
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I own a trim carpentry business and it is about once a month that I need to cut a dado. It is mostly to build fake beams, but when I need to do it, i drag out my slightly bigger DW744? dewalt saw.
Pssst, use a router next time. You're welcome.
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Pssst, use a router next time. You're welcome.
Psst, I have been doing this for 30 years, I know how to use a router (and own more of them than I care to admit). It is quicker and more efficient to pull out a bigger table saw and dado blade than use a router.
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