Excerpt: Just put down 16x24 tile in a 25x12 kitchen. Could have not been more pleased with the saw. It was an excellent choice for me, and I would recommend it to anyone. Very easy to assemble. Ordering and shipping was fast and efficient.
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast Cutting Speed, Good Design, Great Blade, Powerful, Safe
Excerpt: I originally purchased a cheaper saw and damaged several tiles and the overspray completely soaked me and everything surrounding me. Decided to research and found recommendations for this saw, but the prices were out of Reach.. Came across this site and purchased a new saw for 1/3 the price of other places. Very satisfied with the product, ease of ordering, and fast delivery. DRY and SATISFIED.
Beware if you need accurate/square 18" and 24" cuts
S. Stewart, Amazon
7 August 2014
Summary: In short, if you need to cut 18", 24" and 18" diagonal AND you'd like those cuts to be visible with a 1/8" grout spacing (or less), this isn't the saw for you. If 80-90% of your cuts get covered with baseboard or trim, this is a great saw. Immediately after receiving my DW24000, I started searching for a way to fix the alignment of this saw. Out of the box, it was misaligned for 24" cuts.
Summary: As a residential builder I have noticed firsthand the trend of larger and larger floor tile. As the "open" floor plan continues to dominate the market it creates larger rooms that require proportionally upsized flooring. So I finally outgrew my two 7" tile saws (one MK Diamond, one Ryobi), and needed one capable of cutting 16-20" wide, 3/8" to 7/16" thick porcelain and 1-2" thick veneer stone.
Typical experience with Dewalt. Outstanding design and operation. ...
Amazon Customer, Amazon
3 July 2014
Summary: Typical experience with Dewalt. Outstanding design and operation. The closest competitor had a monster motor mounted on top making it heavy and unbalanced. Dewalt's universal motor is light and powerful. The cross cut platform can't be beat either.
Summary: This saw is Fantastic. It has so far cut through all materials that we have thrown at it (with the proper blades of course). The tray holds about 5 gallons of water, maybe a little more. As I state below I don't use the tray to pump water from, I use a 5 gallon bucket filled with fresh water. The saw doesn't throw a lot of water around which is really nice and would keep a work site clean.
Summary: This machine performs as it was reviewed to. It arrived promptly (far more promptly than I have reviewed it) I previously had a MKDiamond 100 and had a terrible time trying to get it to run true and eventually sold it because despite everything I did to it I couldn't get it to cut square. This machine is a dream to run. It's accuracy lets me cut a wafer thing piece from a porcelain tile from top to bottom with out breaking like a hot knife through butter.
Summary: I can't tell you how many wetsaws I've purchased in the past 10 years. They're all fine and dandy for cutting cheapo stuff, but we cut a lot of stone. This is, hands down, the only saw we will ever buy. We loved it so much after the first 6 months that we bought a second one and got rid of all the others. Stone often has to be cut PERFECT. The key with this saw is that you can tweek the rails until it's perfect.