DeWalt DW872 Review, Blades, Fixture Plates and Accessories!

DeWalt DW872, Recommended Blades, and Accessories

DeWalt DW872
DeWalt Stand
SMW DW872 Replacement Base
Stick on measuring tape for precise cuts
Aluminum Replacement Blade for DW872

DeWalt Clamp Adapter!

This new SMW product adapts the factory DeWalt 872 vise for use with the SMW DeWalt Fixture Plate!  We will  be offering a small batch at a discounted price for those willing to ‘beta test’ the clamp adapter. Please fill out the form below and we will reach out to you!

The product includes the adapter and necessary fasteners and hardware for use.  User must provide the factory Dewalt vise and already own an SMW DeWalt fixture plate

DeWalt DW872 Review

The DeWalt DW872 14-Inch Multi-Cutter Saw is an awesome tool for the machine shop or garage.  It is unique for a saw because it can cut aluminum and steel (a.k.a. ferrous and non-ferrous metals).

We use it at Saunders Machine Works daily to cut aluminum for our machine shop.  We also manufacture an upgraded DeWalt DW872 saw base that improves the ability to workhold and clamp parts and material with the DeWalt DW872


Customer Reviews & Comments:

“I’ve been wanting a good solution to cutting raw materials and save $1 per cut at my local metal supplier. In a previous life, we had a horizontal band saw, but it was messy and they take up a lot of floor space. I didn’t want that in my small garage/shop and needed a better solution. I watched John’s videos on the Dewalt 872 and decided that was the way to go.

I received [the saw, SMW fixture plate, and clamps] late last night and this morning mated it with a Dewalt DMX726 Folding/Rolling Miter Saw Stand. The SMW fixture plate fits perfectly on the stand and setup was a breeze.

John was not kidding. This thing cuts through 6061 like a Chicago winter wind cuts through a winter coat! Cuts in 5/8″ & 3/4″ X 1-1/2″. Almost burr-free and near-perfect square cuts.-Bill S.

I love my SMW Dewalt Fixture Plate!!!! I am very limited in my shop for space so i have my setup on a rolling metal restaurant shelf behind the mill.” – NYC CNC Forum user selphb