DeWalt DWS535 Wormdrive Saw

The depth-of-cut scale is clearly visible on the DWS535's blade housing (left). Preset stops at 22.5 and 45 degrees make it easy to set common angles; a secondary scale has 1-degree increments (right). With a maximum bevel of 53 degrees, the DeWalt can cut steeper angles than other wormdrive saws.

An oversize rafter hook allows the user to hang the tool within reach. It can be folded out of the way when not in use.

Straight, accurate rips of up to 14 1/2 inches wide are possible with the DWS5100 rip-guide accessory.

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