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Tiger Mountain Tile Inc 02-09-2020 02:33 PM

New Dewalt D36000 Tile Saw
 
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Dewalt's got a new tile saw coming out.
  • 37 inch rip; 41 with plunge
  • 15 amps; 1.5 horse
  • 4200 rpm
  • 91 lbs
cuts a 24x24 diagonal

Dewalt D36000 Tile Saw

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cx 02-09-2020 03:01 PM

And with that they have just moved themselves from the "really useful tool" category with the D24000 to the "way too heavy for one old guy to carry" category with the old Felkers and Targets.

Diagonal cut on a 24x24" tile is still a straight edge and hand-held wet saw cut for some of us.

D & D Reno 02-09-2020 04:53 PM

Anxious to hear some reviews once people have it in their hands. Really bummed it doesn’t have wheels though. I’m not even that old, but I won’t buy any sort of stand saw (miter, tile, table, etc) unless it has wheels.

speed51133 02-13-2020 08:50 AM

so is the difference that is allows for larger tile due to the bed and the support arm having that deep notch in it?

ceramictec 02-13-2020 04:57 PM

nice mud flap.... I'll predict that arm sagging over time:scratch:

evan1968 02-15-2020 05:48 AM

Nice try DeWalt but i will keep my Imer 250/1000VA thank you.

Mr_Stop 02-18-2020 06:23 AM

The extra cutting depth to the left of the blade could come in handy. Hopefully the sliding table is a little less sloppy the the D24000 with those big tiles. That said, I'm not sure it's worth the extra 20+ pounds and increased size.

Tile & Stone Guild 02-18-2020 04:26 PM

If it wasn't for the screaming motor and less than stellar longevity I'd buy one.

ceramictec 02-21-2020 10:01 AM

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Originally Posted by Tile & Stone Guild (Post 1538357)
If it wasn't for the screaming motor and less than stellar longevity I'd buy one.

I've had my DeWalt 24000 now for 11 years, still running good. I did replace the plug due to that GFI box tripping. that was 5 years ago. My MK101 was heavy as a truck, but that lasted 16 years.

cx 02-21-2020 11:01 AM

Jeff, you should use an MK-370 for a while so you could appreciate the quiet running of the D24000. :D

ceramictec 02-21-2020 03:45 PM

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you should use an mk-370 for a while so you could appreciate the quiet running of the d24000

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Karls tile Inc 02-21-2020 08:13 PM

You would think that the arm would flex and the head of the saw would move.

ss3964spd 02-22-2020 08:23 AM

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Originally Posted by cx
Jeff, you should use an MK-370 for a while so you could appreciate the quiet running of the D24000.

So true. The MK370 is the only wet saw I've ever owned. Mine cuts impressively straight but does have many pros and cons.

But wow, that thing is loud. Hearing protect is mandatory.

cx 02-22-2020 09:31 AM

It proudly carries the well earned title of The Red Screamer, Dan. :)

speed51133 02-25-2020 08:27 AM

once it hits the shelves, i should be able to get it for about 40% off (assuming similar pricing to the DW2400).

if anyone wants to do a review.....


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