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DeWalt DCS520T2R-GB 54V XR FLEXVOLT 2x6.0Ah Li-ion Plunge Saw T-STAK - £516 using code @ folkstonefixings / eBay
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DeWalt DCS520T2R-GB 54V XR FLEXVOLT 2x6.0Ah Li-ion Plunge Saw T-STAK - £516 using code @ folkstonefixings / eBay

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Posted 7th Dec 2019

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DeWALT DCS520T2 Plunge Saw 54v gives the trade the power of corded and the freedom of cordless plus the 42 tooth blade gives fine, accurate finishing with very little breakout when cutting laminates.
Features of these superb FLEXVOLT Plunge Saws includes parallel plunge action allowing a smooth and constant hand position while cutting, an anti-kickback function that stops the saw from moving backwards along the rail and helps stop the saw from climbing out of the work piece when plunge cutting. 55mm depth of cut allows trimming and sizing covers most common sizes of door and the enclosed guard gives around 90% dust extraction capability.
Handy variable speed adjustment allows the correct speed to be set for various types of material to be cut plus easy rail adjustment allows the DCS520T2 to be adjusted quickly and accurately to the guide rail.
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3 Comments
This looks better than the corded dewalt one, as it has higher rpm. But you tend to use these with a vacuum, so can't see the point of a cordless plunge saw. Went with the Mafell one from FFX for £350 in this deal.
willllllllll08/12/2019 00:06

This looks better than the corded dewalt one, as it has higher rpm. But …This looks better than the corded dewalt one, as it has higher rpm. But you tend to use these with a vacuum, so can't see the point of a cordless plunge saw. Went with the Mafell one from FFX for £350 in this deal.


Cordless extractor too. Only thing is is the batteries get used up very quickly
I like DeWalt kit and have fairly bought into their 18v range, seen this a reasonably priced opportunity to break into their Flexvolt range....

I also though about dust extraction and concluded not all work/environments require use of dust extraction
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