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Makita SP6000J1 Plunge Saw 230v 165mm with 1.4m Guide Rail and Makpak £206.40 @ ebay / folkestonefixings
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Makita SP6000J1 Plunge Saw 230v 165mm with 1.4m Guide Rail and Makpak £206.40 @ ebay / folkestonefixings

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Posted 14th Jul

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Powerful Plunge Cut Saw from Makita
This high quality Plunge Cut Saw is the first model of cut saw produced by Makita, and this latest incarnation has a number of notable improvements and features. Its soft start and electronic speed control make it simple and easy-to use, whilst is powerful motor means that the cutting blade can keep a constant speed under load. This product is also easy to transport, as is comes supplied with a MakPac Type4 Connector case.

Also featured in this package is the 1.5m Guide rail accessory.

Features and Benefits:
  • Soft start
  • electronic speed control
  • Constant speed under load
  • Double Insulation

Technical Specification:
Input wattage 1300 w
Vibration cutting chipboard 2.5 m/sec²
Depth of Cut @ 90° 55 mm
Depth of Cut @ 45º 39 mm
Blade Diameter 165 mm
No load speed 2000 - 5200 rpm
Bore 20 mm
Vibration K factor 1.5 m/sec²
Noise sound power 102 dB(A)
Noise sound pressure 91 dB(A)
Noise K factor 3 dB(A)

Supplied With:

MakPac protector case
1500mm Guide Rail
Specialised Plunge Cut Blade - B-09298
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Great Deal. Brilliant Saw
Great price for a professional saw. Would easily buy this over the Workzone I bought.
xciv14/07/2019 15:13

Great price for a professional saw. Would easily buy this over the …Great price for a professional saw. Would easily buy this over the Workzone I bought.


How much is the Workzone?
Wizzfizz14/07/2019 15:17

How much is the Workzone?


It was £80 with 2x 700mm rails (it’s a rebadged Scheppach). Not sure if it’s still available (Aldi special buy).
Edited by: "xciv" 14th Jul
Brilliant price. I think I paid £350 with 2 tracks and a track case. Voted hot.
Used in the past Festo Plunge Saw with guide rail when they still owned the patent. However that’s over and you can save some money as the guide rail is absolutely fantastic. I do not think that you can go wrong with Makita.

Heat added!
At work I use predominately Makita stuff (reciprocating saws and circular saws) and let me say that they are mostly bullet proof.

Cannot go wrong at this price, especially when the saw alone normally costs more than this.

I would get one, but already Bosch Pro regular circular saw and guide rails.

Plunge is nice to have if you need it though!
Edited by: "Ripperoo" 14th Jul
Code PARTY?

Ain't no party, like a plunge saw party.
Pualle14/07/2019 17:47

Code PARTY?Ain't no party, like a plunge saw party.


Wince
Been considering one for a while, now at this price I've taken the "Plunge"

Thanks
Really good price.

Unbranded rails itself costs from £55 up
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