Dewalt DW715 15 Amp Single Bevel Compound Miter Saw Review

Dewalt DW715 15 Amp Single Bevel Compound Miter Saw Review


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DIY is not for everyone. There are some people out there who are just born naturals and can fix almost anything you throw at them with the minimum of fuss. Then there’s the rest of us, the mere mortals who don’t really have a clue what to do in these situations. Luckily for those of us in the second bracket, there are a lot of tools out there whose sole aim is to assist us in our building endeavours. You can now get tools for any occasion and project size, and most of them are very easy to use. This is the case for the miter saw, and as a result these tile and wood cutting pieces of equipment have really taken off over the last few years. Today we are going to take a look at the Dewalt DW715 Single-Bevel Compound Miter Saw to see exactly what it can do.

What features does it have?

The best place to start when looking at this saw is with the new, precise miter system Dewalt have put in place. This should ensure that your cutting is more accurate and you’ll get a better finish as a result. The design team have also added a handle for easy portability, but the most impressive features are yet to come. This saw has the miter dented override that allows you to override it when necessary, and adjust to the desired setting without the saw falling into the miter detents. It also has an adjustable stainless steel miter detent plate with 11 positive stops. As for measurements, the Dewalt has a crosscut capacity of up to 2×8 inch dimensional lumber and the four hardened steel bevel stops at 0, 33.9, 45 and 48 degrees.

What are the Positives?

Many customers who have bought the Dewalt themselves have complimented it on its longevity and ability to get the job done and done well. They have said that even after a constant stream of heavy duty use it still worked to perfection, with the sharp blades slicing through whatever material was placed in front of it. On this note, the Dewalt also performs strongly with a variety of pieces of DIY equipment such as 2×4’s, laminates, acrylic, it is not picky, it will cut them all up for you!

What’s bad about it?

Dewalt seem to have removed an element of what made their other models great, i.e. the laser pointer, and this has had an effect on some customer’s views of the product. They have said that this takes away from the overall allure of the product as it makes it a lot harder to accurately line things up when cutting. If you want to find out more information about this saw and many others you can do so at .


This saw is a good introduction to DIY for those who may be currently unfamiliar with it. It is simple to use and will get the job done, even if the company has decided to leave out an important element that was on previous models. It is by no means a perfect machine, but it sure can help you out when needed!