Makita LXT 2mm Planer DKP180Z - BARE

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Makita LXT 2mm Planer DKP180Z - BARE

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Batteries sold seperately. Accepts Makita 18V Li-ion batteries

  • 14000 rpm no load speed
  • Up to 2mm planing depth, up to 9mm rebate depth and 82mm planing width
  • 1 chamfer groove for cutting bevels and chamfers
  • Dust extraction facility and Right chip ejection to keep your workspace clean

Features and Benefits

  • Sprung loaded foot on base to protect both work piece and base plate.
  • Rubberized soft grip
  • Enhanced chip ejection.
  • Ergonomic angle and shape for easy gripping and handling.
  • Great for shooting in doors

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Makita LXT 2mm Planer DKP180Z - BARE
No load speed 14000rpm
Planing depth 2mm
Planing width 82mm
Voltage 18V
Blade type Double sided tungsten carbide tipped blade
Number of chamfer grooves 1
Dust extraction Dust extraction facility
Chip ejection direction Right chip ejection
Cooling type Fan cooled motor
Weight 3.4kg
Brush type Replaceable carbon brushes
Switch type Trigger switch
Handle type Soft grip handle

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