Makita LS1016L 260mm Compound Mitre Saw with Laser - 110V
Makita LS1016L 260mm Compound Mitre Saw with Laser - 110V
£509.95 (£424.96 Ex. VAT)

Makita LS1016L 260mm Compound Mitre Saw with Laser - 110V

Code: 952740

£509.95 (£424.96 Ex. VAT)

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Makita LS1016L 260mm Compound Mitre Saw with Laser - 110V

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Bevel Angle Range 45° - 0 - 45°
Dust Bag Included
Dust Extraction Outlet 65mm
Electric Brake Standard Feature
Max Bevel Cut @ 45deg 279 x 58mm
Max Compound Cut @ 45deg 197 x 58mm
Max Crosscut @ 0deg 279 x 91mm
Max Mitre Cut @45deg 197 x 91mm
Mitre Angle Range 52° - 0 - 60°
Model LS1016L
Nett Weight 24.1kg
Overall L x W x H 718 x 640 x 671mm
Power 1,510W 230V & 110V
Rating Industrial
Spindle Lock Standard Feature
Blade Diameter 260mm
Bore Size 30mm
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Overall rating 2.4 out of 5 based on 1 review

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Ben Furbank

2 May 2016

It cuts well, however........

This saw is yet to cut a square piece of timber, a mitre let alone a good compound angle. The sliding bars and the weight of the saw and motor cause a strange ripple effect and inaccurate finish because of the movement that occurs when pushing down. There is no way to adjust the preset angles as both 45 degree cuts in mine are wrong but in the opposite way. It's now only capable of cutting stud rough cuts and fire wood. It should be so much better for the money.

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