Makita 1650W 260mm Compound Mitre Saw LS1040/2

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Makita 1650W 260mm Compound Mitre Saw LS1040/2

Product code:
0088381024686
Makita 1650W 260mm Compound Mitre Saw LS1040/2 Makita 1650W 260mm Compound Mitre Saw LS1040/2

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This compound mitre saw is ideal for cutting of wood, plastic and aluminium.

  • No load speed - 4600 rpm
  • Maximum mitre left - 45°/Maximum mitre right - 45°
  • Blade diameter - 260mm

Features and Benefits

  • Supplied with 1x 32 tooth TCT blade, 1x vertical vice, 1x dust bag, 1x holder set and 1x triangular rule
  • Guarantee - 1 year

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Makita 1650W 260mm Compound Mitre Saw LS1040/2
Power output 1650W
No load speed 4600rpm
Maximum bevel left 45°
Maximum bevel right 90°
Maximum mitre right 45°
Preset mitre stops 0, 15, 22.5, 30, 45°
Blade type TCT blade
Blade diameter 260mm
Disc bore 30mm
Blade guard Blade guard
Locking device Spindle lock
Blade brake Electric brake
Switch type Trigger switch
Cable length 2.5m
Weight 12.4kg

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