Dewalt D24000 10 in. Wet Tile Saw

Dewalt Model: dewnd24000
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Dewalt D24000 10 in. Wet Tile Saw Dewalt Model: dewnd24000
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Product Features & specs :

Dewalt D24000 10 in. Wet Tile Saw

Details Features:
  • Cantilevering rail and cart system allows for 24 in. ripping capacity and 18 in. tile on diagonal
  • At only 69 lbs. allows one person to transport and setup the tile saw
  • Stainless steel rail system is integrated into the tile saw frame, ensuring accurate cuts
  • Plunge feature allows the user to make quick plunge cuts for electrical outlets and AC registers
  • Integrated 45 degree and 22.5 degree miter feature for quick angled cuts
  • Dual water nozzles can be adjusted for optimal water placement on blade in order to minimize over-spray and mist
  • Rear and side water attachments can be placed on tile saw to catch over-spray from large tiles, keeping the water in the pan
  • Removable cutting cart for easy cleaning of tile saw
  • Compact tile saw frame (34 in. x 26 in.) allows for easy transportation and storage in a vehicle
  • 3-1/8 in. depth of cut allows for cutting of most V-cap and pavers
  • Powerful 1.5 HP motor will cut hard materials such as porcelain and stone
  • 5 gallon water pan allows for quick tile saw setup and break-down
  • Edge guide with 2-position 45 degree guide allows for easy line-up of corner cuts
What’s Included:
  • 10 in. Wet Tile Saw - D24000
  • 10 in. Porcelain Cutting Blade
Power Source
Max. Rip Diagonal Capacity
8 in / 8 in
Plunge Feature
Saw Blade Material
UL Safety
No-Load Speed (RPM)
CSA Safety
Wifi compatibility
Blade Diameter
10 in
Water System
Water Tray
Max. Bevel Capacity
45 Degrees
Bluetooth Compatibility
Material Cut
Power Switch
Dust Collection
Motor Type
Max. Rip Straight Capacity
25 in
Arbor Size
5/8 in
Edge Guide
ETL Safety
34 in.
26 in.
20.38 in.
69 lbs.
Warranty Term
3 Year

Reviews :

4.4 / 5.0
14 Reviews
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Yes (9)
No (1)
Easy To Use (8)
Powerful (6)
Amazing, the best saw on the market
Extremely happy with my saw, she’s a beast! Smooth cutter and a beautiful machine.
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November 18, 2018
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Best saw on the market.
I've owned few of these saws throughout the years and will always go back to it. Plenty of power yet light enough for one guy to handle. I can't even tell you how many 10s of thousands of square footage I've set with this saw. Other than changing blades I've virtually had no issues with reliability. I would definitely recommend this saw to anybody.
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November 12, 2018
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Would you recommend this product?
Easy To Use
Versatile, powerful, and decent build quality.
I can lug this thing around myself which is great but the overall footprint is kind of large and hard to store. I needed something that could do small format tile as well as pavers, this saw fits the bill. It is loud. Seems to have a similar motor as the one in Dewalt table saws which has power and rpm but is a little loud. My recon saw cut straight right out of the box and was at a great price point with free shipping.
July 30, 2016
Would you recommend this product?
Great Wet Saw For The Money
you also will need the matching stand
April 15, 2016
Would you recommend this product?
Easy To Use
Smoothest ever, worth every penny
Beautiful smooth cuts, not so loud, i tried three different other brands before this one, and the difference is huge.
December 13, 2015
Would you recommend this product?
Easy To Use
Great saw for doing tile!
This saw is powerful enough to cut the tile and yet light enough to be portable. Set up is easy on the water tray. Water pump is great at providing the cooling needed. I use it in a five gallon bucket so I always have clean water running through it. Then I drain the tray as needed. I love the fact that you can plunge cut for outlets and vents, has all the features that I need. Set up to cut tile at a slight skew works well when using the blade and the cutting line at the rear of the table for a guide. Blade just seems to last and last. Mine was true square after assembly. Fairly east to clean after use. I hose off the saw bed after removing the table, and then clean out the trays. Using a hose really works best. Although I have had to use the sponge method a time or two, just takes longer.
October 15, 2015
Easy To Use
Powerful and right size.
Has great power yet light enough to carry to work site. Fast set up and smooth table design. Has not disappointed me so far. Easy to use and see your cut makings. I have some rentals that I use it for flooring and back splash tile cutting. You can make cut outs for outlets/switches by plunging the blade and then turning over the tile and finish from back. Diagonal cuts 18". Really like this saw. Set up out of package was about 30 minutes.
September 23, 2015
Would you recommend this product?
Came as described.
Good value
September 4, 2015
Would you recommend this product?
Easy To Use
Best tile cutter I have bought becasue I can actually carry this machine in my own without have my kids have to help me.....AMAZING TILE CUTTER !!!!!! Love it....
July 30, 2015
Would you recommend this product?
Easy To Use
Not accurate/square 18" and 24" cuts
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. I just couldn't get a straight/square cut to better than 1/16" consistently over a hard porcelain 24" tile (rip) and 18" diagonal (~25" cut). I was using the highly recommended T3 blade. I was using digital calipers, but the 1/16" or more error was easily visible with a tape.

The tray wobbles more than a 1/16", where you would start the cut, so I had to mark everything. But even then, you don't know if you should start the cut with a little more twist to the left, center or right. So I needed to scribe every cut with pencil and straight edge. Then, I'd cut a light 1/16" deep score over the top of the tile, along the scribed line. Then a second pass a little deeper, and finally a cut-through. This take several minutes, 3 or more passes per cut, and eventually this frustration was enough for me to send the saw back to CPO.

As the tray moves through the cut, you also feel light pressure each time the tray wheels go on and off the rails. The problem with this saw is the roller system. Right side track, Left side rod height, Left anti tip rail, etc. Anytime the third rollers (rear or front) come off the track, the table dips both in front and in the back such as when ripping 24". When the table dips, it has lateral instability (side to side wobble) And this is what will throw an otherwise true cut off. Forget about perfect radius with a profile blade. Yes, you can try to support the table and dampen the play by applying downward pressure at the end of your cut.

In the end, I spent way too much time tweaking with the center wheel alignment on the tray. Trying to tighten or loosen the top-side pressure holding the left-side wheels to the rail. Finally, trying to get the saw rails square to the cut.

In the end you learn, this saw CAN'T make reliable straight/square 24" & 25" cuts. If your cuts need to be within 1/16" to support a clean grout line in high-end custom showers and backsplashes, look elsewhere.

In ~2008 when this saw was released, there were far less 24" tiles available than there are today. I presume, many of the great reviews for this saw were for jobs smaller than 18" and 24" which are the new norm today.
August 7, 2014

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