DeWalt power tools are designed and manufactured to be high quality, durable tools, capable of withstanding the real world conditions that they may come into contact with. They are continually optimized and tested to be sure that they are of the highest quality. Today the DeWalt Power Tools line consists of over 200 electric power tools and over 800 accessories including:
- Drills and hammer drills
- Circular Chop
- Table, Reciprocating and Jig Saws
- Impact Wrenches
- Die, Angle and Bench Grinders
- Plate Joiners
Drills & Fastening
Electric drills by DeWalt meet all the requirements needed by a professional and include pistol grip 3/8", 1/2" right-angle drills, 1/4", 3/8" & 1/2" spade handle drills and 1/2" and magnetic drill presses. Their line of drills are constructed from the highest quality components including helical-cut, heat-treated steel gears, premium switches, Jacobs chucks and industrial strength rubber cordsets. DeWalt drills were designed with the user in mind by offering the best ergonomics available, meaning lower user fatigue, resulting in greater productivity.
Hammers & Hammer Drills
DeWalt Hammer Drills and Rotary Hammers are built designed with for the professional contractor, focusing on their needs these hammer drill offer drilling speed, durability, ergonomics and good runtime (for cordless models).
DeWalt metal working tools are built for maximum durability and toughness against metal. This product line includes such things as:
- Chop Saws
- Multi-Cutter Saws
- Cut-Off Machines
- Bench Grinders
- Drill Bit Sharpeners
DeWalt offers a full line of cordless saws to satisfy the professional user. This line ranges in voltage from 14.4 volts to 36 volts of raw power and offers cordless circular saws, reciprocating saws and cordless jig saws. Designed with innovation, versatility and durability.
Saw Blade Terms
DeWalt offers a large line of blades and replacement saw blades.
Positive Hook AngleSlight positive angles (5° - 10°) for crosscutting
Aggressive positive angles (10° - 20°) for ripping
the slope of the tooth along the face is slanted forward. The higher the hook angle, the faster the cut, but the rougher the finish. Primarily used for ripping and crosscutting wood.
Negative Hook AngleIdeal for slide miter and radial arms saws
The slope of the tooth along the face is slanted backwards. The lower the hook angle, the slower the cut, but the finer the finish. Primarily used for cutting plastics, laminates and non-ferrous metals.
The thickness of the saw blade body.
The thickness of the carbide tooth. Thin-kerf blades produce less material waste and cut faster. They are a good choice for under-powered saws. Thick-kerf blades provide improved finish and greater cutting accuracy.