The DEWALT DW735 features a 13-Inch wide planer table with a powerful 15-amp motor. Its three-knife cutter head and two-speed gearbox deliver 96 or 179 cuts per inch (cpi). Use 96 cpi when dimensioning material and 179 cpi for a finer finish. A turret depth stop saves you time when setting the machine at commonly used depths. The planer's material-removal gauge and extra-large thickness scale help ensure every pass is accurate. A four-column carriage lock drastically reduces the movement that causes material damage, or snipe, when planning near the end of a board. This sturdy planer weighs 80 pounds. It offers a maximum cut depth of 1/8 inch, a depth capacity of 6 inches, and a width capacity of 12-1/2 inches.
This Tool Is NOT FOR USE WITH SALVAGED OR RECLAIMED WOOD. Nails and Staples will damage and destroy the blades of this tool. For this reason, the use of salvaged or reclaimed materials is not allowed with this tool.
THIS TOOL IS VERY LARGE AND VERY HEAVY. Overall weight is nearly 100lbs. Please bring a vehicle and person(s) capable of safely loading and transporting this tool.
Please use the proper PPE with the correct safety ratings for the work you’re performing. This includes, but is not limited to, safety glasses, face shields, ear plugs, dust masks, close-toed shoes, and other proper attire. Never wear baggy clothes, jewelry, or have long hair down and unsecured while operating a tool.
Please note that you can only renew a tool once, and after 14 days the tool must be returned back into stock in order to let other people have a chance to use it. Users who renew tools for an additional 7 days will need to wait at least one week before checking that tool out again. Renewal of tools can be done between days 5-7 of your rental as long as another customer does not have the tool reserved during that time.
Please be sure to return tools on your listed due dates to avoid service interruptions to other customers. If a customer has a history of late returns, we may put your account on probation until good customer standing can be reinstated.
Users who pose problems with timely returns, or problematic behaviors such as circumventing bans or our terms of service in any way may be subject to denial of service without warning or explanation.