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The LS1019L 260mm slide compound mitre saw is ideal for tradespeople working across a number of sectors – including carpenters, joiners, shopfitters and builders. The LS1019L includes Makita’s DXT technology, which, thanks to a larger cutting capacity, allows operators to cut larger size workpieces with greater accuracy.
Designed with ease of use in mind, the LS1019L includes Soft Start technology for smooth start up and its Forward Rail System design means that the tool offers a smooth cutting motion. For versatility and flexibility, the unit’s bevel angle adjustment is located on the front of the saw, which means operators can adjust the bevel left and right quickly without having to reach around to the back of the machine.
For improved operator safety, this mitre saw includes dual stage dust extraction. This means that dust can be collected from behind the fence and behind the blade, making dust collection more efficient, regardless of the size of the cut or the material.
Makita’s EK6100 disc cutter is ideal for use over extended periods of time – an excellent power to weight (8.5kg) ratio with low vibration levels makes it ideal for working on longer jobs. Ease of operation has also been improved by a reduction in the rapid start pull force required to start the machine (compared to alternative machines) and fuel primer for easy starting.
To ensure operator safety, the EK6100 is equipped with 61cc 2-stroke engine with a stratified scavenging system, to minimise emissions and comply with all known exhaust emission regulations. The EK6100 also includes a cyclone pre-separation system, which works to effectively remove dust particles from intake air and reduce dust stuck on the filter.
Always be prepared! This cordless tool kit is a useful addition to any tool bag, suiting the needs of all tradespeople – the kit includes the DHP482Z combi drill, DTD152Z impact driver and DC18RC charger.
The DHP482Z and DTD152Z are powered by Makita’s innovative 18V LXT Lithium-ion battery technology. LXT means that these tools deliver outstanding performance, as well as industry-leading run times and charge times. With LXT, the batteries used to power the DHP482Z and DTD152Z do not need to be drained down before re-charging.
With the DC18RC, LXT batteries can be charged in as little as 22 minutes (3.0Ah) to 55 minutes (6.0Ah). With CPU, Makita batteries can communicate with the DC18RC – this means that the charger can analyse the condition of the battery and identify issues such as overheating or over discharging. This keeps batteries working at their optimum for longer.
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