DeWALT Brushless Cordless Planer

DeWALT Brushless Cordless Planer

DeWALT Brushless Cordless Planer

DEWALT Announces 20V MAX* Brushless Planer
Premium performance offered for woodworking applications
 
Mississauga, Ontario (May 16, 2016) – DEWALT announces the new 20V MAX* Brushless Planer, ideal for use in scribing cabinets and countertops, leveling framing lumber, chamfering handrails, post beveling door edges, as well as shaping and tapering wood trim.
 
The 20V MAX* Brushless Planer (DCP580B) features a brushless motor for maximum efficiency and that helps to maintain speed under load. With a 3-1/4” width capacity with 3/32” adjustments, a rebate capacity of 5/64”, and up to 15,000 RPM, this tool offers premium performance for a variety of woodworking applications. Ergonomically designed, the 20V MAX* Brushless Planer (DCP580B) has a comfortable grip and is well-balanced for horizontal and vertical planing. The planer weighs 6.7lbs** and operates off of the DEWALT 20V MAX* battery system. Lightweight and cordless, the planer can be easily transported around the jobsite without the hassle of a cord.
 
The 20V MAX* Brushless Planer (DCP580B) is designed to withstand tough jobsite conditions and is built to withstand tough applications. The 20V MAX* Brushless Planer (DCP580B) offers a twin blade drum, a carbide reversible blade. The tool also comes with an edge guide and features convenient onboard key and blade storage and one chamfer groove. Additionally, the planer features a dust port that is compatible with the DEWALT universal dust connection system (sold separately).
 
DEWALT’s new 20V MAX* Brushless Planer (DCP580B) is available where DEWALT products are sold and will retail for approximately $279 MSRP without a battery. The 20V MAX* Brushless Planer (DCP580B) comes standard with a 3 year limited warranty, 90 day money back guarantee, and 1 year free service contract.
 
*Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts. Nominal voltage is 18.
**Tool only.

DeWALT.com
 
Wednesday, June 8, 2016