May 18, 2021

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DeWalt 10-Inch Wet Tile Saw D36000

DeWalt 10-Inch Wet Tile Saw D36000

DeWalt 10-Inch Wet Tile Saw Offers High-Capacity Cutting in Light, Accurate, and Portable Package

A brand new DeWalt 10-inch wet tile saw is coming to retailer this spring. Referencing its lightweight, accurate, and portable build, DeWalt believes the D36000 will make a great choice for tile setters, remodelers, and landscapers who cut both small and large format tiles.

10-Second Summary

  • Model Number: DeWalt D36000
  • Up to 37″ rip cuts
  • Cuts 24″ x 24″ tile on a diagonal
  • 18″ cutting clearance to left of the blade
  • 8-1/2″ cross-cut capacity before the column
  • The cutting cart provides accuracy to within 1/32″ over 30″ rip cut
  • Optional 33 ft. laser square available
  • Available Spring 2020
  • Price: $1,149 (without stand); $1,199 (with stand)

DeWalt D36000 Highlights

The D36000 wet tile saw lets you make rip cuts up to 37″, as well as cut 24″ x 24″ tile on a diagonal. It offers 18″ worth of cutting clearance to the left of the blade and 8-1/2″ cross-cut capacity before the column.

DeWalt claims that their 10-inch wet tile saw provides excellent water containment as well, though we’ll have to wait till its release until we can verify that claim. In any case, DeWalt intends for this saw to see some use in finished, indoor spaces.

DeWalt 10-Inch Wet Tile Saw D36000

Featuring aluminum framing and stainless steel rails, the DeWalt 10-inch wet tile saw weighs in at a manageable 91 pounds. Nesting pans and accessory storage for your miter gauge and cart extensions make carrying the saw more convenient and DeWalt has included a strap to keep the pump in place during transit.

DeWalt 10-Inch Wet Tile Saw D36000

A stable, rubber-matted cutting cart is available as a kitted option for the D36000 as well. It provides consistent accuracy to within 1/32″ over a 30″ rip cut.

Additionally, you can opt to purchase DeWalt’s 33 ft. Laser Square (DW0802), which comes available in the spring as well. DeWalt has designed it to function with the D36000 with its 3 integrated mounting pins. It has IP54 protection, an aluminum base, and two red beams that project a true 90° angle. Expect it to run $49.99.

The saw itself should retail for $1,149 without the stand and $1,199 with it. It comes with DeWalt’s 3-year limited warranty, a one-year free service contract, and a 90-day money-back guarantee.

DeWalt 10-Inch Wet Tile Saw Side-By-Side Comparison

Here’s a quick glance at DeWalt’s D24000 compared to the new D36000:

DeWalt D24000DeWalt D36000
Blade Diameter10″10″
No-Load Speed4200 RPM4200 RPM
Bevel Capacity45º45º
Diagonal Cut Capacity18″ x 18″24″ x 24″
Rip Capacity 25″ 37″
Rip Capacity with Plunge 28″ 41″
Max Depth of Cut3-1/8″3-3/8″
Weight 69 pounds 91 pounds

Even though the blade diameter and no-load speeds are the same, there are some massive gains in capacity. Your diagonal cut capacity improves by 33% and rip capacity is up 48% (46% with plunge). There’s even a slight depth advantage for the D36000.

The trade-off comes as significantly higher weight and price. If you’re consistently working with larger tiles, it may well be worth the extra effort and cost.

DeWalt 10-Inch Wet Tile Saw Specs

  • Model: DeWalt D36000
  • Blade Diameter: 10″
  • Cut Capacity: Up to 37″ rip cuts (41″ with plunge)
  • Max Diagonal Cut: 24″ x 24″
  • Max Cut Depth: 3-3/8″
  • Weight: 91 lbs
  • Warranty: 3-year
  • Available: Spring 2020
  • Price: $1,149 (without stand); $1,199 (with stand)
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