Mac Allister 1200W Router MSR1200

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5052931583409

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Mac Allister 1200W Router MSR1200

Product code:
5052931583409
Mac Allister 1200W Router MSR1200 Mac Allister 1200W Router MSR1200 Mac Allister 1200W Router MSR1200

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£47.00

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This router is great for pattern and groove cutting, trimming and shaping, chamfering in hard and soft wood.

  • 30000 rpm no load speed
  • Variable speed
  • Maximum 55 mm routing capacity and 55 mm plunge stroke
  • Includes 2x Collets (6.35mm & 8mm),1x Parallel guide, 1x Centre pin, 1x Dust extraction tube, 1x Depth guide, 1x Template guide,

Features and Benefits

  • Micro depth adjustment allows precise depth adjustment for increased accuracy
  • Flat top for easy bit change
  • Soft grip handle for increased comfort
  • 8 pre-set cutting depths for quick and easy adjustment to suit common biscuit sizes
  • 10000-30000/rpm

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Mac Allister 1200W Router MSR1200
Power output 1200W
No load speed 30000rpm
Speed control Variable speed
Maximum cutting capacity 55mm
Maximum plunge stroke 55mm
Depth adjustment Micro depth adjustment
Dust extraction Dust extraction facility
Handle type Soft grip handle
Locking device Spindle lock
Tool holder 6.35mm & 8mm collets
Cable length 3m
Weight 2.9kg
Carry case Box

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