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What's the difference between this one and the DWE745? Same price.
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What's the difference between this one and the DWE745? Same price.
Smilie

Since you couldn't bother to read the Questions in the Amazon listing, I'll post it here for you.
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The rip capacity of the dw745 is 20", the dw7480 is 24".
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Hmmm this or wait for a miter saw?
Both, depending on your needs. They are not a substitute for each other.
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Really, really, really tempted on this. But with Black Friday in just a few weeks, I'm wondering if there will be a better deal, or even one that includes a stand for the same price.
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Hmmm this or wait for a miter saw?
Depends on what you need it for. Why not both? Smilie

Oh wait...I never "needed" most of my tools! Smilie
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Both, depending on your needs. They are not a substitute for each other.
Thanks. Just for home use and couple of small dyi projects. Been using handsaw lol. I normally cut from 1x2 to 2x4 at most.
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If you primarily are just cutting 1 and 2 by 4s and don't need to rip them, go with a miter saw.
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Thanks. Just for home use and couple of small dyi projects. Been using handsaw lol. I normally cut from 1x2 to 2x4 at most.
You'd be better off starting with a tool kit and using the circular saw for that type of cutting. Table saw is more suited for sheet goods. If you have no saws, start with circular saw, then reciprocating saw, miter saw, table saw, jigsaw, oscillating (undercut) saw. That would be my order for general DIY. Varies if you are doing furniture building, etc
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If you primarily are just cutting 1 and 2 by 4s and don't need to rip them, go with a miter saw.
This is good advice. I've been in construction for 30 years and it's the first corded power tool I learned to use.
There's a very good reason for this, it's because 90% of cutting on a remodel is done with this saw in my experience.
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If you primarily are just cutting 1 and 2 by 4s and don't need to rip them, go with a miter saw.
Seconded. BUT, if you don't mind spending a bit extra, and think you might want to dabble into cutting bigger pieces, go for a Sliding Miter Saw. Similar to a typical miter saw, but gives you extra range in your cut.
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Completely different from miter saw. Chances are if you are using one, you will need the other!

I have this unit (and a couple of others) and this one is about as straightforward to use as it gets!
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Seconded. BUT, if you don't mind spending a bit extra, and think you might want to dabble into cutting bigger pieces, go for a Sliding Miter Saw. Similar to a typical miter saw, but gives you extra range in your cut.
I would suggest a sliding chop saw too before a table saw. If you need to rip some ply or boards once in a while, use a circular saw with a track or guide. That said, I continue to wait on my CL alert for a sawstop.
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Is this the lowest price this particular saw has been?
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