DEWALT DW364K 7-1/4-Inch Circular Saw with Electric Brake Reviews

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  • Rear pivot depth of cut adjustment allows your hand to remain behind the tool at all depth of cuts
  • Powerful 15.0 Amp, 2,075 MWO motor made for long life and difficult applications
  • Heavy-gauge, high-strength aluminum alloy base for increased durability on worksite
  • 50 degree beveling capacity increases capacity in various applications
  • Electric brake stops blade after use

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This DeWalt circular saw is a rugged tool designed with professional carpenters’ needs in mind. It has a 15 amp motor that produces a whopping 2,075 watts, which is equivalent to 2-3/4 horsepower. In less scientific terms those numbers mean this saw can slice through lumber like a tornado through a trailer park. If that’s a little too fast for you, it also comes with an electric brake for quick stops. The generous 5-1/2-inch base pivots for depth of cut and bevels on a ball-joint mechanism that

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  1. Egar says:
    23 of 24 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great saw, but get a good blade!, January 13, 2004
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    Egar (Fairfield, OH) –

    This review is from: DEWALT DW364K 7-1/4-Inch Circular Saw with Electric Brake (Tools & Home Improvement)

    Well, I have yet to buy a DeWalt tool that I haven’t been happy with, and this saw is no exception. This saw makes consistent cuts and has a ton of great features. I would make two suggestions when buying it that some people may overlook:
    First, I would buy a quality blade for use with your intended projects rather than the one included (it cuts, but as with most blades included with saws, probably isn’t going to satisfy your needs)
    Second, I would strongly suggest picking up the optional rip fence (DW3278). You can usually find it up for around $10.00, and it makes long straight cuts infinitely easier. Definitely a good investment!
    Nevertheless, I am extremely happy with this saw. THe only reason it got 4 stars instead of 5 was because of the included accessories (and lack of an included rip fence).

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  2. Caslo Cranston says:
    21 of 22 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Finest professional grade circular saw at any price, May 23, 2006
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    Caslo Cranston (New Orleans, LA USA) –

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    This review is from: DEWALT DW364K 7-1/4-Inch Circular Saw with Electric Brake (Tools & Home Improvement)

    Update 8/19/07 – I have recently discovered that there is a fence/shoe adjustment that allows you to precisely align the blade and shoe for all of your speed square cuts. To my knowledge – this feature is not available on any other saw.

    Several years ago I had a chance to use a friend’s Dewalt DW364. It was so amazing that I hoped my venerable Makita 8 1/4″ contractor saw would die. The Makita is still running strong (it’s 22 years old) but I finally bought a DW364 anyway.

    This saw was not designed for the homeowner but for the professional carpenter.

    It will be too heavy for the casual board cutter and the great design features will only be apparent to skilled pro’s.

    Circular saws have been built following the same basic design for years. Expensive circular saws had strong, durable motors and heavy duty fences while the cheapies had poor fences and poor motors. The depth and angle adjustments in either group were at best a suggestion of precision.

    Dewalt to their credit decided to build a better saw and succeeded masterfully. The other saw manufacturers are still doing things the same old way.

    What’s great – Heavy duty fence, clear view of the cut point from the left hand side of the saw, notch to position power cord so it is out of the way on rips, clear and precise depth and angle adjustment, unbelievably smooth and powerful motor.

    What’s not – it’s heavy yet it’s mass makes it stable, although not as stable as a worm drive.

    Caslo

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  3. Two Fish Renovations says:
    14 of 15 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Almost perfect, March 26, 2002
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    Two Fish Renovations (Rockport, ME United States) –

    This review is from: DEWALT DW364K 7-1/4-Inch Circular Saw with Electric Brake (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I picked up this saw/kit about 6 months ago and have used it inside and out up here in Maine. While I like the inside weather, it never cared how think the ice was on the lumber. I am a bit biased toward yellow tools anyway but I am really satisifed with this saw. A few notes though that keep me from giving it a perfect score. It arrived mis-adjusted, and it took some time to get it right. But that is also an advantage. To have a saw with a built in tracking adjustment is well worth it to be able to true up your saw blade with the base plate. Unfortunately, I can no longer use the pre-stamped cutting marks as I had to move it quite a bit to get things square. Secondly, the guard spring is way too tense. I build a lot of stairs and any cut that is more than a few degrees off of 90 to the wood, the tight guard spring will pull the saw off line. Since the saw is hefty, this really makes your wrist tire after a cutting a few ten step stringers. I’m going to take mine apart and loosen up that spring it is really way too tight. The weight does get to you after a few days of swinging it around and fighting that guard tension but I’m telling ya this thing cuts like wood like butter. By the way, do the right thing and break in the brushes like it says – otherwise the blade break will not work properly.

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