Tuesday, December 23, 2008

New Dewalt Power Tool - The Tracksaw

Dewalt is launching a new exciting product simplify the process of making long straight cuts. Gone are the days of measuring the distance between your blade and the guide and clamping a straight edge onto your material.


I haven't had a chance to use one, but this product looks very handy indeed. The product details from Dewalt are below.

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DeWALT LAUNCHES CORDED & CORDLESS TRACKSAWS

New Precision Saw System Allows Users to Quickly Cut Large Sheet Materials

August 2008 – DeWALT, a leading manufacturer of industrial power tools, announced the launch of its corded and cordless TrackSaws (DWS520 and DC351). The DeWALT TrackSaws provide a new option to finish carpenters, woodworkers, and contractors looking for a portable tool to make straight, splinter-free, precise cuts. Winner of a 2008 International Design Excellence Award, the TrackSaws combine the precision and cut-quality of a table saw, the capacity of a panel saw, and the portability of a circular saw.

The DC351 and DWS520 TrackSaws travel along an anti-slip aluminum track allowing users to make clean, straight and precise cuts. The zero-clearance track features anti-splinter edges indicating the exact cut location, so cut positioning is fast, intuitive, predictable, and accurate. The track’s underside has two friction strips to “grab” the material – keeping the track from moving without the need for additional clamping. The top side of the track has four low-friction glide strips, enabling the saw to smoothly travel along the track. Tracks are available in several lengths. All wear components are user-replaceable and will be available as accessories.

The DWS520 features a DeWALT-built, 1,300 watt motor, providing enough power to cut though hardwoods, and all common woodworking and construction materials. The straight plunge mechanism enables the user to make clean, straight, and splinter-free inside (plunge) cuts. A Continuous Anti-Kick-Back feature may be engaged as well – providing additional control by only allowing the saw to move in a forward direction on the track and thus preventing kickback.

The DC351 and DWS520 also have a dust management system with a universal 1¼” dust port that collects up to 90 percent of excess dust and debris. A 6-1/2” 48-tooth woodworking blade with a laser cut plate and precision ground teeth provides exceptional cut quality. Cutting depth (on the track) is 2-1/8” @ 90º, and 1-5/8” @ 45º bevel, allowing users to cut through all common materials.

The DC351 offer users the flexibility of a cordless TrackSaw option powered by DeWALT’s 28V Lithium Ion battery. The 28V TrackSaw provides users the same accuracy, capacity, and quality of cut as the corded version – and cuts more than 121’ of 5/8” plywood on a single charge.

Available in Q4 2008, the new TrackSaws are designed for cabinet makers, remodelers, finish carpenters, general contractors, furniture makers, and hardwood floor installers. When cutting sheet-goods, paneling, or doors, the new TrackSaws will make straight, splinter free cuts at nearly any angle in practically any location.

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home Renovation said...

This Dewalt Power Tool can be use in home renovation. This will help contractor in making precise cuts on wood. It will now be easier for them to cut more woods and other wood working construction materials that will results in clean and straight cut woods. But still a good contractor that will do the job is the most important factor here. It is good to know that it is already available online. Better to check it out.

Roel Bobis said...

Hi great article anyway did you know any affordable industrial power tools